Avian & Exotic Pet Care

Avian & Exotic Pet Care

The AMC provides state-of-the-art routine preventative and surgical health care for birds and a variety of exotic pets.


AMC to the Rescue

Through AMC TO THE RESCUE, rescued pets like Toby can receive the critical specialty care they need to facilitate finding a forever home.

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AMC’s board certified specialists provide the highest level of care for your beloved companion animals.

What's New


Until Bob Mackie signs on to be her official designer, AMC’s nursing staff has agreed to stand in and have a bit of fun with Clover’s ever-changing bandages, while she heals from a number of wounds sustained as a stray. Clover was found in Suffolk County, Long Island about 3-4 weeks ago, and is presumed to be about 7-8 weeks old now. 

Xylitol, a natural sugar alcohol sweetener, popular for its low glycemic index but known to cause hypoglycemia and hepatic necrosis in dogs, is now also found in several specialty peanut and nut butter brands. Learn more...

African tortoise undergoing surgery

We are pleased to announce the addition of two new members of the Avian and Exotic Pet Service: Jessica Grodio, DVM, PhD, and Kyle Donnelly, DVM, MPH, who will be doing a specialty internship in Avian and Exotic Pet Medicine.

Allogenic Stem Cell Study

This study is evaluating the use of adipose derived stem cells for the treatment of chronic kidney disease in cats. This study is using donor cat stem cells that will be injected intra-arterially, using minimally invasive techniques, into the renal artery of the patient for evaluation of renal function over the course of 1 year. 

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The AMC Blog

Pathologists are the invisible specialists; at least they are invisible to pet families.  Despite the fact that the American College of Veterinary Pathology is the oldest veterinary specialty college, I would be willing to bet you never got to meet the pathologist who read your pet's biopsy. I would also bet you don’t even remember the pathologists name on the bottom of the biopsy report. But, pathologists are not invisible to...