Barred Owl Eats a Mouse…YUM! – Exotic Pet Vet Uncut

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A vet tech at Avian and Exotic Animal Care in Raleigh holds a Barred owl who munches down on a delicious mouse! YUM! Dr. Dan is one of the three vets who star in the new series, Exotic Pet Vet. Please visit for more info.

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Baby Serval Wellness Exam – Exotic Pet Vet

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Dr. Stacey Leonatti (Dr. Leo) from Avian and Exotic Animal Care in Raleigh, NC gives a wellness exam to a baby Serval. Servals are wild cats and require a lot of care. They are not a pet for everyone! Dr. Leo is one of the three vets who star in the new series, Exotic Pet Vet.
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Exotic Pets : How to Adopt a Squirrel

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Squirrels are considered wildlife in most states, and within these states, they can’t be adopted without a rehab license. Find out why a person should never handle an orphan squirrel with information from a veterinarian in this free video on exotic pets and pet care.

Expert: Dr. James Talbott
Bio: Dr. James R. Talbott is a staff veterinarian at Belle Forest Animal Hospital and Kennel in Nashville, Tenn.
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Will Ferrell, Exotic Animal Expert

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Zeus is a domesticated Serval which means it is different than the Servals living in the wild in Africa. Even though these cats have the same DNA and look the same there are some differences. A Domesticated Serval has been domestically bred in captivity for multiple generations going back to the 1960’s. None of the Serval cats you see in homes today were taken out of the wild. They have all been hand raised for years in loving homes. It does take a special educated open minded and patient animal person to own a Serval. A serval is a medium sized African species averaging 20-60lbs and standing 15-30 inches at the shoulder. The Serval has been domesticated for over 5000 years, the ancient Egyptians not only had these majestic cats as pets but they worshiped the serval for its grace and power. This is a highly intelligent animal and as a pet is very much dog like.
Servals DO NOT MAKE GOOD PETS. Saying they dont make good pets doesnt mean they cannot make good pets.. Servals Require much more attention devotion responsibility time and money than any domestic pet or hybrid.
A Serval is solitary by nature and will roam up to 4 square miles which it claims as its own territory. ALL Servals (male and female) SPRAY to mark their territory wether they are altered or not. So yes, they will spray your house, your whole house. Doors, walls, clothes, furniture, even you and your family. They will never use the literbox completely. Which means you will have areas in your home where the serval will relieve it self wether you try to train them not to or you put things in the way to try to get it to avoid it.
The Serval will live up to 20 years old and needs zoo-like outside/inside facilities with a large enough exercise area to run, a pool in which to swim and dive, and an area with lots of climbing possibilities. Servals will escape from anything that is not totally secure and are unlikely to return once having escaped. Servals are solitary by nature and like to travel many miles when hunting. They require a special all natural RAW diet with vitamin supplements and special health care.
Even if hand-raised and tamed, a Serval will never be a “lap cat”.
Servals are only legal in 4 States and STILL require a permit and have guidelines for the size and type of cage that they need. Check with your state and local authorities.

My Exotic Pet Royal Ball Python INDIA

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Royal ball python are popular pet in snake
In Indian there are only few hobbist who keep them as pet
They are not venomous or poisonous they dont even attack
This is Exotic Pet
They just need one hiding place and water bowl some papers down
And A tight lid they are good escaper
They need weekly mice to feed them it’s part of there life they survive on it
Guys i am bad in shooting still trying my best getting good reponse on my bad shooted videos aswell

A day in the life of an exotic bird veterinarian

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See how birds are treated at one of Canada’s only avian hospitals

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Exotic Pets – Colorado River Toad

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Exotic Pets – Colorado River Toad – as part of the expert series by GeoBeats.

This is a Colorado River Toad. These are found in Arizona, New Mexico, and Mexico. They get rather large. They are a rather active toad. They are carnivores, as all frogs are. This one, in the wild, would eat small insects, small birds, small reptiles, small mammals. In captivity, we feed these lots and lots of crickets, and they will also eat very small mice. They are also cannibals, they will eat smaller versions of themselves. These are very well known for the bufotoxin they secrete from these glands behind their eyes. These are tremendously toxic animals. There have been recorded deaths from humans who have tried to consume these animals.

They are known for their psychedelic properties, which I have never really understood. But they are very very neat animals. This is a large adult male. They do get a little bit bigger than this, but for the most part, this is full grown. To set these up in the wild, I mean in captivity, you would want to try to duplicate the wild the best you can. And they are found, usually, around open water, so you would want a large water bowl, with some coconut bay for dirt in the bottom of the cage. Give them something to hide under. And they usually do really good with a temperature of about 70-75 degrees. And they are very long lived, and really easy to keep, and they will eat right out of your hands. And once they get used to you, they are pretty neat.

A dangerous animal I have. You have going to make sure you wash your hands for the sake of the animal before you touch it. But make sure you for sure wash your hands after you have handled this animal, because they are highly toxic, and should not be kept in homes where any small children would have access to them.

Capybara – an exotic pet

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The capybara is the largest rodent can weigh up to 140 pounds, but they sure are cute! They’re semi-aquatic animals, so if you’re looking to adopt a capybara, they’ll definitely need access to water in order to swim around.
Although mostly adorable and sweet, capybaras can be a challenging pet. They do better in groups, so pet owners should avoid getting a single capybara.
This semi-aquatic rodent is legal to own in Texas and Pennsylvania. In some states they are legal but require licenses. If you’re unsure, check with your local registration before deciding to bring home a capybara as a pet.

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DDD Singles Club 01: Exotic Pets – Meteor or Matador

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Volume 01 of the DIE DAS DER Singles Club.

“A series of split 7″ singles from of the most intriguing and exciting bands from Birmingham and beyond…”

And EXOTIC PETS. Drawn together in the crucible of Birmingham from the 3 corners of the UK – mercurial songs with biting lyrics, flung from sticks, picks and vocal ticks. Variety and dexterity showing that the presence of levity does not preclude hidden depths, and depth of emotion. ‘Meteor Or Matador’ scales high heights from humble beginnings – climaxing in a perfectly formed hammer drill powered solo. These Pets bite back.

Exotic Pets is: Dave. Becky, Adam.

releases March 15, 2019

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Recorded and Mixed by Jimm Zorn at the Black Country Recording Company, Wolverhampton, UK
Mastered by John McBain at JPM Mastering, San Francisco, USA

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