In exotic animal medicine, we frequently encounter birds that require C-sections to remove eggs lodged in the birth canal, ferrets that have a toy lodged in their intestines, rats with large tumors, birds wht broken wings, tigers with tears from scuffles with other tigers… and random other things… like the hamster that needed a hysterectomy because of uterine cancer.  We do it all.  While all surgery is risky, exotic species present greater challenges, but we feel no one is as effective or as successful at tackling these cases.  View some of our success stories at .