Briarcliff Animal Clinic now has a team of three doctors who see exotic pets, available by appointment: Dr. Shannon Turner, Dr. Jessica Murdock, and our newest associate veterinarian Dr. Scott Fowler, who completed a year long internship in exotics medicine. One of our Emergency Veterinarians, Dr. Bridget Miller, also sees exotics on a triage basis in the afternoons and evenings! Our Exotics team each have specific types of exotics they work with:
Dr. Turner sees all small mammals, reptiles, amphibians, goats, pigs, chickens, and koi fish. She does not see birds, with the exception of chickens.
Dr. Murdock sees all small mammals, reptiles, and amphibians. She does not see any birds, goats, pigs or fish.
Dr. Fowler sees all birds, small mammals, reptiles, and amphibians. He does not see pigs, goats or fish.
Dr. Miller sees small mammals, reptiles, birds and fish. She does not see pigs or goats.
Special Note: We cannot accept venomous snakes, wildlife, marsupials, or common Georgia Rabies vectors (skunks, raccoons, coyotes, foxes, and bats). Although we are a 24-hour facility, our ability to admit exotic species for emergency service and/or hospitalization will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis depending on the expertise and comfort level of the doctors and staff in the building at the time. For this reason, we encourage scheduling an appointment with one of our three Exotics vets whenever possible- We have appointments available for exotics 7 days a week!
Our exotics team, from left: Dr. Murdock, Dr. Turner, Dr. Fowler (missing from photo: Dr. Miller)
Exotic pet species need individualized special care and handling, and we are happy to provide this special care for your furry, scaly or feathered friend! Click here to request an appointment online, or call (404) 874-6393.