Green Iguana

The definition of the word “pet” has evolved over the last few decades. No longer are we welcoming only cats and dogs into our homes. As our pets have changed, so too has the face of veterinary medicine.

The professionals at the Plaistow-Kingston Animal Medical Center are well-trained and knowledgeable in the field of exotic pet care. We offer advice and care for all of your small creatures, including birds, rabbits, rodents, sugar gliders, ferrets, snakes, frogs, turtles and lizards.

Our founder Dr. Wallace has taken a special interest in reptiles and other exotics over the last twenty years, and is always ready for his next  exotic challenge. From advice on habitat and husbandry to surgical care, the Plaistow-Kingston Animal Medical Center is your one stop in caring for all of your pets.

Some helpful resources are listed below:

The House Rabbit Society is an international nonprofit organization that escues rabbits from animal shelters and educates the public on rabbit care and behavior.

The American Ferret Association promotes the domestic ferret as a companion animal through public education.

Guinea Lynx is a comprehensive medical and care guide for guinea pigs. is an informational site for more about amphibians and reptiles.

Parrot Pages is a great site for parrot information.