Is it necessary to cover a bird's cage with a blanket or towel at bedtime? The answer to that is …it depends on the situation. Some birds prefer to remain uncovered during bedtime; where as ot ...View Article
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Going out of town and don't know what to do with your precious bird or exotic pet? Family members or friends are often uncomfortable or unfamiliar with caring for exotics. Leave your pet in the care of those who work with them every day!
Your pet will enjoy a relaxed atmosphere of quiet and calm accented with supervised playtime and out-of-cage time. Remember, we only work with birds and exotics here at SCAEP, so no barking dogs or meowing cats will stress your pet while staying with us.
Our boarding room is upstairs and a floor away from any ill animals that may come into the clinic. It has separate heating and cooling controls to ensure that our guests are always comfortable! Our cages have been carefully chosen and outfitted so that we are able to provide for any pet - whether it be a macaw or a chameleon!
If your pet needs medication, we are here to help! Our doctors or technicians will make sure your little one gets each dose on time every day.
Feel free to call and schedule a tour of our boarding facility, ask further questions, or reserve space for your pet. Our cages can be specifically reserved for any period of time. We do recommend calling at least a few weeks ahead of your departure day so you can reserve the cage of your choice, be it "Waldo's Chameleon Canopy," "Chip's Condo," "Hobo's Hacienda," "The Sahara Suite," or any of our other very popular accommodations! You may also bring your own cage if you feel that your pet will be more comfortable in their own space.