Sugar Gliders and Marsupials

2020-07-22T12:16:22-05:00

Sugar Gliders and Marsupials by ​Deanne Strat-Zenoni, DVM Pictures by Susan Horton, DVM Sugar gliders are marsupials (warm-blooded animals with a pouch like the kangaroo and wallaby). Gliders originate from New Guinea and Southern Australia where they spend most of their time living in the trees. They possess a [...]

Sugar Gliders and Marsupials2020-07-22T12:16:22-05:00

Snakes

2020-09-02T13:33:11-05:00

Source: https://crestwoodvethospital.com If your snake looks like the ones pictured below, you need to call us! Pictured below are two beautiful Retics we saw recently.

Snakes2020-09-02T13:33:11-05:00

Kinkajous

2020-07-22T12:15:13-05:00

Kinkajou Care (Potos flavus) by ​Erica Mede, CVT Natural History Kinkajous, often called honey bears and night walkers, are found throughout much of South America ’s rainforests.  There are several subspecies of kinkajou which vary in size from 2 lbs all the way to 12 lbs in the pet trade. [...]

Kinkajous2020-07-22T12:15:13-05:00
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