Terry Animal Hospital
Providing exotic pet care and veterinary treatment for Glenview Illinois residents. Call today for the care of your Hamster, Bird, Reptile, Rabbit or other exotic pet.
1419 Lake Ave
Wilmette, IL 60091
HIGH QUALITY EXOTIC PET MEDICAL CARE NEAR GLENVIEW
Family Owned & Operated
Accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association
Veterinary Care for your small mammals, reptiles and birds. Now accepting new patients from Glenview Illinois.
Care for Your Exotic Pets
Terry Animal Hospital offers veterinary care for your exotic pet. We are proud to offer diagnostic services and medical care for a number of exotic pets including: Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Hamsters, Gerbils, Rats, Mice, Ferrets, Turtles, Snakes and small to medium birds. Be sure to follow us on Facebook for exotic pet care tips & uplifting content.
We do not treat animals that are illegal to own in Illinois as well as the following; raccoons, opossums, skunks, bears, foxes, wolves, venomous reptiles, monkeys, and domestic pigs.
- Small Reptiles
- Guinea Pigs
- and more
Exotic Pet Care: What We Can Do
The first thing we will do is work with you to establish a patient history; where the patient came from, how it is housed, what it has been eating, etc. Then we are able to provide advice on proper housing, diets and lifestyle. A physical examination will be performed and a discussion over our findings will be had. In necessary cases we may recommend blood tests, parasite checks and additional diagnosis.
When it comes to medical treatment for exotic pets, we at Terry Animal Hospital believe that every life has value. As a loved member of your family, your exotic pet may offer emotional value far surpassing their original purchase price. That is why we offer treatment to every pet, no matter their size or expense. That being said, we also never pressure exotic pet owners to accept or pursue aggressive treatments if they are not comfortable in them.
If your exotic pet is facing a serious or life threatening disease or injury we will do what we can for him or her. If a cure isn’t an option, we will always do everything we can to prevent suffering and unneeded discomfort. We may offer palliative treatment to keep the pet comfortable for as long as possible, and if that is not an option we do offer humane euthanasia.
Emergency Exotic Pet Care available near Glenview
If your pet is experiencing a medical emergency during our regularly scheduled business hours please call us 847-256-1131 for immediate assistance and care. Terry Animal Hospital is fully equipped with some of the latest state-of-the-art diagnostic tools and equipment such as; ultrasound, x-rays and same day lab testing.
In the event that your companion pet has an after-hours emergency or needs care beyond our equipment or capabilities we will work to refer your care to the nearest provider.
Frequently Asked Questions
During your visits with our veterinary staff at Terry Animal Hospital we strive to always keep pet owners well informed by means of ongoing communication. Whether you are a new client or a long standing client with our animal hospital, feel free to reach out to us with your pet related questions. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions we receive.
What Are Your Office Hours?
Monday 8:00 am – 5:30 pm
Tuesday 8:00 am – 5:30 pm
Wednesday 8:00 am – 5:30 pm
Thursday 8:00 am – 5:30 pm
Friday 8:00 am – 5:30 pm
Saturday 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
What Animals Do You Treat
Our Veterninarians are available to treat most companion animals, including: dogs, cats, and other small mamamals.
We also commonly treat exotic pets such as: Gerbils, Guinea Pigs, Ferrrets, Snakes, Lizards, Parrots and more small reptiles and birds.
Do You Offer Microchipping
Yes, at Terry Animal hospital we highly recommend having your dogs and cats microchipped. Michrochipping can help in the recovery of your pet in the event that they are ever lost or stolen.
Can You Assist with Unwanted Behaviors
We are happy to offer Pet Behavior Counseling to our pet familys. In extreme cases we can refer you to specialists for your particular needs.
Common Pet Behavioral Problems:
- Agression toward other animals or people.
- Seperation Anxiety
- Thunderstorm or loud noice phobias
- Excessive barking, digging, jumping,etc