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  • sunnysideup
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    Just a follow up. Called Adobe Animal Hospital. Dr. N works at the South Bay location in Los Gatos. Read his bio and he seems very knowledgable - even does surgeries on reptiles. Next available appointment is a week from now. Thanks for posting this!!!

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  • sunnysideup
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    Hi. Appreciate you posting these resources. However, (and I know this isn’t gecko-related), I saw Dr Singh for my dart frogs last December and he was absolutely clueless about what to do and ordered a slew of unnecessary meds which ended up causing more harm than helping them. He admittedly said he hadn’t seen many amphibians (even though his website says he sees them). I found more helpful info on the internet and from fellow hobbyists than from him. I felt he was dismissive of my concerns because my pets weren’t furry. I was told Dr. Singh was the reptile/amphibian specialist, but IMHO he barely gave my sick frogs the time of day, had poor bedside manner, and didn’t seem to know about well-known fecal tests that could be done. I’m not sure I’d trust him with my geckos. He may have more experience with other reptiles, but based on my experience, I’m steering clear of him.

    I’ll look into Curt Nakamura. Thanks for posting!

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  • Knichtus
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    Any texas vet recommendations? Mainly near the Fort Worth area?

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  • rjcav87
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    The Odd Pet Vet
    500 Columbian st
    S. Weymouth MA
    Dr. Greg Mertz, DVM

    Attached the the new england wildlife center
    He is really nice and has good pricing policy's for an exotic specialist.
    "An exam fee is $65. If you have two of the same animal, the exam fee is still $63 (that is not a doubling of the fee, but a two for one offer). If you bring three animals or more, the cost is $23 per animal. If you have twenty of the same animal call us and we will work out an hourly rate."
    And all money made goes to the NEWC for the care of wildlife and training the next gen of specialist vets

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  • GlowingGecko
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    Northern California/ North Bay Area

    Montecito Veterinary Center
    4900 Sonoma Hwy
    Santa Rosa, CA 95409
    707-539-2322

    http://www.montecitovets.com/veterin...pet-resources/

    Dr. Lynne Lankes is the exotics specialist. She's fantastic and has been treating my animals for years!! They do dogs, cats, birds, small-n-furry, reptiles, lots of critters. One vet for all my pets.

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  • eric_the_girl
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    In Bournemouth, UK there is Natterjacks vet practice.
    http://www.natterjacksvet.com/
    for any UK members in the south...

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  • Koné
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    Moncton NB Canada

    http://www.riverviewanimalhospital.c...Fa5DMgodKzAAvg
    Ask for Dr. Cook, he knows his stuff, saved my leachie from a eye problem

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  • Lija
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    If you are looking for vet in your area here is a list of ARAV members or you can contact the association for advise on where to go.

    http://www.arav.org/find-a-vet/

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  • MistyC
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    Rochester, NY area
    Dr. Heidi Licata, East River Veterinary Hospital
    http://eastrivervet.com/
    5152 E. River Road • West Henrietta • NY • 14586 • (585) 334-3110

    Very highly recommend her!
    She listens to her human patients very well in regards to species specific care, needs, and symptoms, and is incredibly caring and knowledgeable. She has helped me with my snakes and geckos, and even preformed successful hemipene amputation surgery on one of my beloved leachies.

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  • cassicat4
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    Park Veterinary Centre in Sherwood Park, Edmonton, Alberta

    101 Broadway Blvd.
    Sherwood Park, AB
    T8H 2A8

    http://www.infovet.ca/parkvet/showCl...5&itemId=2457&

    3 reptile vets on staff, all excellent.

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  • K9SARchick
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    Avian Exotic Animal Clinic of Indianapolis

    www.exoticvetclinic.com/‎
    9330 Waldemar Rd Indianapolis, IN 46268
    (317) 879-8633

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  • KolbyCrest
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    Upstate South Carolina/West Spartanburg

    HealthPointe Veterinary Clinic
    740 Shoals Rd
    Duncan, SC 29334

    http://www.healthpointevet.com/

    Dr. Wiltsie is more of the reptile vet (she also has cresteds of her own, which made me feel better) and Dr. Hurlbert is more avian.

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  • leaveittoweaver
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    The Village Animal Clinic
    70 School Rd
    Voorheesville, NY
    518-765-0111

    Dr.McCarthy is the reptile vet at the clinic. He is amazing and has worked with reptiles for years. He's also great with exotic mammals.

    There are two other vets on staff, one is new and I have yet to deal with her. But the other vet Dr Cheever is an awesome vet for kitties and dogs. I've had great experiences at this clinic and they are VERY reasonably priced.

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  • HermesandBruno
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    Dewinton Pet hospital,
    412 Pine Creek Road De Winton, AB T0L 0X0
    (403) 256-7297

    Dr. Eva is really great with reptiles.

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  • Kayla
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    Anyone know a good vet in Ontario Canada? (south western/ greater toronto area)

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