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Re: Herp vets in Pitt area


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Posted by Todd Evans on April 17, 2001 at 21:19:28:

In Reply to: Re: Herp vets in Pitt area posted by BTL on April 17, 2001 at 15:23:23:

The Pittsburgh herp society has a list of herp vets on their website. You can find a link to their site on our page. The thing is, we do not know these doctors, and cannot attest to their knowledge. Most of the Pittsburgh society's members keep the normal stuff like iguanas, boids, and common colubrids. I'm not sure if any of the doctors would treat a chameleon. The thing is, they have a tendancy to be difficult, and this scares away most doctors. Not to mention a chameleon is a little odd, and might be too exotic for them to treat. Your best bet might be to find out what the problem is on your own, by researching, reading books about chameleons and their ailments. Try e-mailing a breeder and asking if they ever have this problem and what they did. If you diagnose it yourself, then a vet might be able to handle it, or you never know, you might be able to take care of it, or find out that it's not a real problem.


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