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    GTA reptile vet (Halton region preferably)

    Young boa seems to have symptoms of an RI (minor click when breathing, and yawns/mouth breathes occasionally if I take him out).

    Hasn't stopped eating, no mucus or irregular behaviour but I want to be sure. If he yawns there doesn't seem to be any build up in his mouth.

    Anyone know of a vet in the Oakville/Burlington area that has some experience with snakes?

    (My husbandry is good, 90/80 55%RH in a PVC enclosure on a herpstat2 and radiant heat)

    Thanks!
    Andrew
    Last edited by UpNorth; 12-18-2012 at 05:41 PM.
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    1.0 Pastel Ball Python (Newman) ----- 1.0 Sqauretail Het Albino BCI (Lloyd)

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    Re: GTA reptile vet (Halton region preferably)

    I googled "burlington ontario reptile vet" and came up with this - hope the info is current and they can help you! Keep us posted - thanks
    Askey Animal Hospital
    WE ARE OPEN 24-HOURS-A-DAY INCLUDING WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS
    3525 Fairview Street
    Burlington, ON
    L7N 2R4
    905-634-9088
    Dr. Gesa Kohn-Gould
    Veterinarian and Hospital Owner
    Dr. Kohn-Gould is the owner of six veterinary hospitals in Burlington and surrounding area. She has a special interest in surgery, and performs all of our orthopedic, and many of our complex or emergency soft tissue surgeries. Dr. Kohn-Gould also treats avian, rodent, reptile, and other non-traditional pet species. She is a registered wildlife rehabilitator and provides medical care to injured or orphaned wildlife.

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