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Broward Avian & Exotic Animal Hospital

Broward Avian & Exotic Animal Hospital Practice is limited to birds, rabbits, ferrets, reptiles, and other special species. If you have found out about us from Dr. K's Exotic Animal ER on Nat Geo WILD, first off, thank you for watching.

If you are seeking medical advice for your exotic pet please note that we cannot provide you anything over the phone, email or internet. Medical problems have to be assessed in person by an exotic veterinarian. If you are not sure how to find the appropriate veterinarian in your area, please use the links below to find the right vet for you. Association of Avian (Bird) Veterinarians - www.aav.org

If you are seeking medical advice for your exotic pet please note that we cannot provide you anything over the phone, email or internet. Medical problems have to be assessed in person by an exotic veterinarian. If you are not sure how to find the appropriate veterinarian in your area, please use the links below to find the right vet for you. Association of Avian (Bird) Veterinarians - www.aav.org

Operating as usual

🐰For all our bunny lovers and future rabbit owners! 🐇 Easter is coming up, and sadly multiple rabbits are given as gifts...
03/31/2022

🐰For all our bunny lovers and future rabbit owners!
🐇 Easter is coming up, and sadly multiple rabbits are given as gifts during this time of year.
🐰 Many of those animals end up in rescues or are abandoned after their family loses interest or decides it's "too much".
💜 Animals are NOT toys! Owning a pet must be an educated decision.
💙 Rabbits are a long term commitment and they deserve a loving family. Do not give rabbits this Easter!
🐇 Wand to know more about rabbits? Don't miss this online event! Thursday April 7th at 4pm!

03/22/2022

‼️ATTENTION RABBIT PARENTS‼️
We are still having vaccine clinics for the RHDV virus. For this who may be unaware:

1️⃣ RHDV is a highly contagious viral disease that can affect both wild and domestic rabbits
2️⃣ Sometimes the only sign of this disease is sudden death or blood-stained body orifices
3️⃣ It is possible that the virus may be spreading through hay products or even walking outside can bring potentially it in
4️⃣ The best way to protect your rabbit is prevention

Our vaccine clinics are on Saturdays at 12:30pm for the following dates:
🐇 March 26
🐇 April 2, 9, 19, 23

If you have any questions or would like to be added to our vaccination list, please call us at 954-968-7171

We will be closing early on Nov, 24th @2 pm and will be CLOSED on Nov, 25th for Thanksgiving. So our WONDERFUL employees...
11/16/2021

We will be closing early on Nov, 24th @2 pm and will be CLOSED on Nov, 25th for Thanksgiving. So our WONDERFUL employees can have the opportunity to enjoy the holiday with their families. We are open regular hours on Nov, 26th.🦃

11/16/2021

RHDV-2 Vaccines are in! We are having vaccine clinics to help get all rabbits vaccinated. Please call 954-968-7171 to reserve a slot for our next vaccine clinic Saturday, December 4, 2021, starting at 2pm. The total cost is $96. This includes a brief physical exam, microchip, and the vaccine with certificate.
Protect your pet rabbits!

Attention Rabbit parents, We are on top of the RHDV situation. We will be able to offer the vaccine to our current clien...
09/17/2021

Attention Rabbit parents, We are on top of the RHDV situation. We will be able to offer the vaccine to our current clients soon.
SOME FACTS...
Rabbit hemorrhagic disease (RHDV2) is a highly contagious viral disease that can affect both wild and domestic rabbits. As of the latest official update there has been one reported case of this disease in the state of Florida, however this disease has affected rabbits across multiple states, including Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, Texas, Georgia as well as northern Mexico and Cuba.
Additional resources about Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease (RHDv2) can be found here:
rabbit.org - RHDV Details
fdacs.gov - Disease Update
aphis.usda.gov - Online Map
aphis.usda.gov - Facts Sheet

As of September 2021:
Many rabbit owners have been calling us about their growing concern for Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHDV). Here are a few things rabbit owners should know about RHDV:
Rabbit hemorrhagic disease is an extremely contagious viral disease of the European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus), this disease is thought to have emerged in the 1970s or 1980s in Europe and in 1984 a major outbreak in China killed 14 million domestic rabbits within 9 months. There was a rapid spread throughout most of the world by the late 90s, but really affected mostly European Countries. • For detailed information about RHD please visit:https://www.cfsph.iastate.edu/Factsheets/pdfs/rabbit_hemorrhagic_disease.pdf
https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/27/7/21-0005_article
https://rabbit.org/rhdv/

02/10/2021

It makes our day to hear from happy skilled keepers all over the country....Just look at this amazing Gecko.

We are so fortunate to have such talented and caring veterinarians join our staff on their journey to their dream Jobs, ...
02/05/2021

We are so fortunate to have such talented and caring veterinarians join our staff on their journey to their dream Jobs, or as interns. Dr. Swanns' heart yearns for conservation and education medicine...We will miss him and wish him every success in his new position.

Please welcome Dr. Faith Burgos to the BAEAH family! She was raised in Colorado, Graduated from Kansas Wesleyan Universi...
02/02/2021

Please welcome Dr. Faith Burgos to the BAEAH family! She was raised in Colorado, Graduated from Kansas Wesleyan University and has practiced in Chicagoland and Texas!!

We love having our visiting Externs with us...sharing, nurturing ,and learning from each other.  It's so rewarding being...
12/30/2020

We love having our visiting Externs with us...sharing, nurturing ,and learning from each other. It's so rewarding being a part of their journey as they become stellar veterinarians.

Siesta is a two year old Standard Rex mix and she’s very smart. She’ll stand up on her back legs on command as long as y...
11/11/2020

Siesta is a two year old Standard Rex mix and she’s very smart. She’ll stand up on her back legs on command as long as you have a treat and she’ll eat right out of your hand so that her whiskers tickle you! She’s spayed, microchipped, and fully vetted. She has such a sweet personality, every night her foster will just sit there and hold her and she’ll nuzzle her or hop right into her lap. Siesta is an independent bunny if you’re away from home but when you want to be around her she’s always ready to cuddle! She is dog, cat, children, and other rabbit friendly and she’s also litterbox trained. She has a very gentle personality and is just looking for somebody to love her.

Apply to adopt her here: https://gkarma.wufoo.com/forms/ssex27414s94kx/

Happy Monday!
11/09/2020

Happy Monday!

Woman Sets Up a Bird Feeder Cam In Her Yard And The Photos Are Extraordinary

Source Ostdrossel
Do check out - www.ostdrossel.com where you can watch a livestream of the bird bath. She also has an Instagram.

Our favorite “fan artist” strikes again! We just LOVE getting these special handmade cards!! Thank you!!!
10/27/2020

Our favorite “fan artist” strikes again! We just LOVE getting these special handmade cards!! Thank you!!!

As the old saying goes, veterinarians have to wear many hats... especially true for our exotics vets.  Dr. Navarro made ...
09/30/2020

As the old saying goes, veterinarians have to wear many hats... especially true for our exotics vets.
Dr. Navarro made a new friend while doing an annual wellness exam on this beauty “Loco”.

Elba, Peaches, Sandra and Julia getting their cuddles in before the weekend 🐰🐇
08/21/2020

Elba, Peaches, Sandra and Julia getting their cuddles in before the weekend 🐰🐇

FUN FACT FRIDAY!!! Did you know??
08/21/2020

FUN FACT FRIDAY!!! Did you know??

Our favorite “FANtastic artist” strikes again! We absolutely LOVE receiving these hand painted cards 💜🐰🐇
08/20/2020

Our favorite “FANtastic artist” strikes again! We absolutely LOVE receiving these hand painted cards 💜🐰🐇

For the love of the animals!!
08/15/2020

For the love of the animals!!

08/11/2020

Attention BAEAH FAMILY!!

Our building was struck by lightning over the weekend and our phone lines and internet access has been gravely affected. Comcast is on it and hopes to have the problem resolved within 48 hours.

Please bear with us during this time 💙

08/07/2020

FLASHY FRIDAY!

Hendrix the B E A U T I F U L panther chameleon 🦎

This little lemur got a fear free wellness exam with Dr. Pardini today 🐒
08/04/2020

This little lemur got a fear free wellness exam with Dr. Pardini today 🐒

Please read!!
08/02/2020

Please read!!

With a storm with potentially high winds approaching us please remember any HEALTHY found baby squirrels (be they pinkies or furred) can be reunited with their mom squirrels. DO NOT FEED OR GIVE WATER. Put them in a shoebox with a soft cloth inside. Put a plastic water bottle filled with hot water under the cloth and place the baby(ies) next to the bottle on top. Leave it on the ground where you found the squirrel babies or secure off the ground in the tree nearest to their found location. Mama squirrel always has a backup nest for emergencies. Bring in all dogs, cats, and humans so mom won't be afraid to return. TIP: GENTLY tap the bottom of a baby's foot to cause it to call out and alert mom. Check back in two hours to replace the hot water if necessary and give two more hours for mom to return if she has not yet. Usually, she has carried her babies home. Please give mom this chance. No one can teach her babies better how to survive in the wild than a wild baby's mom. Please call a trained squirrel rehabilitator concerning any INJURED baby squirrels.
PLEASE READ, HEED, AND SHARE, SHARE, SHARE TO SAVE AS MANY SQUIRREL BABIES AS POSSIBLE IN THE COMING STORM.

We have the best fans!! Enjoy some FAN ART FRIDAY!!
07/17/2020

We have the best fans!!

Enjoy some FAN ART FRIDAY!!

These cute little sisters came in for their wellness exams 🐹❤️
07/14/2020

These cute little sisters came in for their wellness exams 🐹❤️

Dr Pardini, Dr Kelleher & Dr Swann with their patients :)
07/02/2020

Dr Pardini, Dr Kelleher & Dr Swann with their patients :)

Have a safe weekend!
07/01/2020

Have a safe weekend!

We love our babies Wednesday!! Even though we take care of your pets all day we still cant wait to run home to snuggle o...
07/01/2020

We love our babies Wednesday!! Even though we take care of your pets all day we still cant wait to run home to snuggle our own 🐶🦉🐹

Dr K getting some piggy cuddles in while Gracie is boarding with us 🐷
06/16/2020

Dr K getting some piggy cuddles in while Gracie is boarding with us 🐷

05/19/2020

Our beautiful tegu friend, Lily🦎

B E F O R E A N D A F T E R
05/08/2020

B E F O R E A N D A F T E R

04/22/2020

Happy Earth Day 🌍🌏🌎Please share with us what you did to celebrate Earth Day and what tips you have for regular maintenance of our resources. We love to hear about it.

04/18/2020
Zoo Miami

Zoo Miami

Today is #InternationalBatAppreciationDay and we're throwing it back to this time last year, when Bruce, a Florida Bonneted Bat, joined our Zoo Miami family. We helped nurse this lil guy to be strong enough to be released back into the wild.

Bats are very important to the environment around us as they play a critical role in pest control and plant pollination. Today, we're celebrating Bruce and his fellow Florida Bonetted Bats. 🦇

Zoo Miami Conservation & Research

04/15/2020

Greetings everyone. Blessings to all of you to stay safe. As many of you already know, we are limiting flow of pet parents into the clinic and are meeting in the parking lot to gather histories and take your family members inside. Please let us know here in comments what your needs are and how we can help you.

What you can do to help us help you:

Bring all pets in a secure carrier - especially flighted birds.

Bring all medications with you or have a list of them with you.

Be able to use a cell phone or WhatsApp to communicate with us once we have assessed your pet in the clinic.

Have a list of all your questions and concerns typed out and brought with your or written out as best you can.

We will use this forum to try to monitor as many suggestions and responses as we can. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your trust in us, your compassion for your family members and the patience and grace you have given us in these new way of interacting. Social distancing is challenging for all of us, but we will get through this together.

Best wishes,
Dr. K

Can you guess what kind of animal this eyeball belongs to?!?!
04/10/2020

Can you guess what kind of animal this eyeball belongs to?!?!

Broward Avian & Exotic Animal Hospital's cover photo
04/04/2020

Broward Avian & Exotic Animal Hospital's cover photo

Address

1101 S Powerline Rd
Deerfield Beach, FL
33442

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Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 6pm
Tuesday 8am - 8pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm
Thursday 8am - 8pm
Friday 8am - 6pm
Saturday 8am - 2pm

Telephone

(954) 968-7171

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If you found out about us from Dr. K's Exotic Animal ER on Nat Geo WILD, first off, thank you for watching. If you are seeking medical advice for your exotic pet please note that we cannot provide you anything over the phone, email or internet. Medical problems have to be assessed in person by an exotic veterinarian. If you are not sure how to find the appropriate veterinarian in your area, please use the links below to find the right vet for you. Association of Avian (Bird) Veterinarians - www.aav.org Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians - www.aemv.org Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians - www.arav.org

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🐰For all our bunny lovers and future rabbit owners! 🐇 Easter is coming up, and sadly multiple rabbits are given as gifts during this time of year. 🐰 Many of those animals end up in rescues or are abandoned after their family loses interest or decides it's "too much". 💜 Animals are NOT toys! Owning a pet must be an educated decision. 💙 Rabbits are a long term commitment and they deserve a loving family. Do not give rabbits this Easter! 🐇 Wand to know more about rabbits? Don't miss this online event! Thursday April 7th at 4pm!
‼️ATTENTION RABBIT PARENTS‼️ We are still having vaccine clinics for the RHDV virus. For this who may be unaware: 1️⃣ RHDV is a highly contagious viral disease that can affect both wild and domestic rabbits 2️⃣ Sometimes the only sign of this disease is sudden death or blood-stained body orifices 3️⃣ It is possible that the virus may be spreading through hay products or even walking outside can bring potentially it in 4️⃣ The best way to protect your rabbit is prevention Our vaccine clinics are on Saturdays at 12:30pm for the following dates: 🐇 March 26 🐇 April 2, 9, 19, 23 If you have any questions or would like to be added to our vaccination list, please call us at 954-968-7171
RHDV-2 Vaccines are in! We are having vaccine clinics to help get all rabbits vaccinated. Please call 954-968-7171 to reserve a slot for our next vaccine clinic Saturday, December 4th, 2021, starting at 2 pm. The total cost is $96. This includes a brief physical exam, microchip, and the vaccine with certificate. Protect your pet rabbits!
We will be closing early on Nov, 24th @2 pm and will be CLOSED on Nov, 25th for Thanksgiving. So our WONDERFUL employees can have the opportunity to enjoy the holiday with their families. We are open regular hours on Nov, 26th.🦃
RHDV-2 Vaccines are in! We are having vaccine clinics to help get all rabbits vaccinated. Please call 954-968-7171 to reserve a slot for our next vaccine clinic Saturday, December, 4th 2021, starting at 2 pm. The total cost is $96. This includes a brief physical exam, microchip, and the vaccine with certificate. Protect your pet rabbits!
RHDV-2 Vaccines are in! We are having vaccine clinics to help get all rabbits vaccinated. Please call 954-968-7171 to reserve a slot for our next vaccine clinic Saturday, December 4, 2021, starting at 2pm. The total cost is $96. This includes a brief physical exam, microchip, and the vaccine with certificate. Protect your pet rabbits!
Attention Rabbit parents, We are on top of the RHDV situation. We will be able to offer the vaccine to our current clients soon. SOME FACTS... Rabbit hemorrhagic disease (RHDV2) is a highly contagious viral disease that can affect both wild and domestic rabbits. As of the latest official update there has been one reported case of this disease in the state of Florida, however this disease has affected rabbits across multiple states, including Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, Texas, Georgia as well as northern Mexico and Cuba. Additional resources about Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease (RHDv2) can be found here: rabbit.org - RHDV Details fdacs.gov - Disease Update aphis.usda.gov - Online Map aphis.usda.gov - Facts Sheet As of September 2021: Many rabbit owners have been calling us about their growing concern for Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHDV). Here are a few things rabbit owners should know about RHDV: Rabbit hemorrhagic disease is an extremely contagious viral disease of the European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus), this disease is thought to have emerged in the 1970s or 1980s in Europe and in 1984 a major outbreak in China killed 14 million domestic rabbits within 9 months. There was a rapid spread throughout most of the world by the late 90s, but really affected mostly European Countries. • For detailed information about RHD please visit:https://www.cfsph.iastate.edu/Factsheets/pdfs/rabbit_hemorrhagic_disease.pdf https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/27/7/21-0005_article https://rabbit.org/rhdv/
I always enjoy your show. What you and the staff do for animals is amazing. I watched an episode tonight when Dr Swann drained an access from the lower jaw of a Guinee Pig. There was no diagnosis of the origin of the abcess. It was "drained" but given the location of the abcess I highly suspect the origen of the abcess should be further explored. It is very likely of dental origin associated with a necrotic tooth.
It makes our day to hear from happy skilled keepers all over the country....Just look at this amazing Gecko.
I live in NJ and don't normally make posts in Facebook, but I had to after a great call with BAEAH! I called with an issue with my leopard gecko, and the person who answered the phone, Serenity, was more than helpful. She was patient and understanding, and answered all of my questions. I thought she would just say "sorry we can't help you" or "I'll forward you to our voicemail". She gave some excellent advice! When I asked to make a donation to their practice (since I can't visit them and schedule an appointment), she asked her manager Sandra for any ideas. Sandra informed me that they don't have anything set up for donations or similar, but instead suggested donating to any local conservation efforts. Sandra also helped me and gave more great advice for my leopard gecko. The fact that both Serenity and Sandra took the time and effort to help me, even though I'm sure they're booked solid with appointments, truly shows what a wonderful organization this is. Please keep up the great work! Jeff
We are so fortunate to have such talented and caring veterinarians join our staff on their journey to their dream Jobs, or as interns. Dr. Swanns' heart yearns for conservation and education medicine...We will miss him and wish him every success in his new position.
Please welcome Dr. Faith Burgos to the BAEAH family! She was raised in Colorado, Graduated from Kansas Wesleyan University and has practiced in Chicagoland and Texas!!