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CSU veterinarians rehabilitate ailing African lion

Specialists treat Guero's broken neck and damaged teeth with steroids and dental surgery.

Good as new: CSU Veterinary Hospital’s grizzly patient settled at new home

7-year-old Marley underwent surgery for two broken elbows after being rescued from a roadside park in Georgia.

New research reveals fish are smarter than we thought

Discovery of 'parallel vision' in zebrafish may offer insight on treatments for stroke, ADD.

Is your ego bigger than a giraffe?

Don’t assume you know how to handle every exotic case that falls in your lap.

Conference calls for collaboration between human and veterinary doctors

Organizers hope conference will encourage translational medical programs

Exotic-animal medicine

Educate exotic pet owners using dvm360 client handouts

Exotic animals deserve excellent veterinary care. Help clients get there using these dvm360 resources.

The exotic pet care toolkit

Whether your practice sees exotic pets or you simply field a phone call every now and then, arm your team to educate clients on exotic pet care using these tools.

Boarding exotic animals for better business

Even if exotic pets aren't your thing, have you considered giving your veterinary business a boost by boarding these special pets?

U.S. exotic pet ownership statistics may surprise you

Data from the AVMA shows that the popularity of exotic pets continues to grow.

Six tips for your veterinary clients with backyard chickens

These gentle birds are a great way to start with avian species.

Avian medicine

The exotic pet care toolkit

Whether your practice sees exotic pets or you simply field a phone call every now and then, arm your team to educate clients on exotic pet care using these tools.

Six tips for your veterinary clients with backyard chickens

These gentle birds are a great way to start with avian species.

A teratoma in a turkey's eye

Take a peek at how this turkey with a tennis-ball sized tumor was successfully treated.

Veterinarians should alert clients to the top 5 toxins in companion birds

These common household items could put your veterinary clients' pets at risk of illness—or even death.

Video: Poultry practice: From the backyard to your clinic

Follow this advice to expand your expertise in this area of avian medicine.