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We are a primate veterinary clinic located in your city. We provide medical care for all kinds of primates including monkeys, lemurs and apes. Read below to learn more about our services.

What services do you provide?

We offer wellness exams, vaccinations, sick visits, surgeries, dental cleanings and more. Our experienced veterinarians can treat any medical issues your primate may have.

Do you treat exotic pets?

While our focus is on primates, we do see other exotic pet species on occasion. However, we recommend finding an exotic animal veterinarian for cats like rabbits, reptiles, birds and rodents.

What are your hours?

We are open Monday to Friday from 8am to 6pm and Saturdays from 9am to 1pm. For urgent after-hours care, call our emergency line.

Do you provide boarding and daycare?

Yes, we have facilities for boarding primates either long term or just for a day or two. We can also arrange for daycare while you are away during the day.

Is financial assistance available?

If cost is a concern, we provide payment plans and work with several care credit programs to make payment more affordable. Just ask us about your options.

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