The Hospital

Chadwell Animal Hospital opened its doors in September 2003. It was a collaborative effort by Dr. Keith Gold and Dr. Ruby Schaupp (a husband and wife team). Both had worked at various animal hospitals in Baltimore County. This would be the first time they would join forces, each bringing their experiences, ideas and skills to create a veterinary hospital with a professional environment that would be efficient, always educational, compassionate and fun!
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Rabbit Care Information

Rabbit Care Information

Posted by trunkc on Sep 22, 2014

Diet   FRESH VEGETABLES: It is recommended that rabbits be fed plenty of fresh vegetables from the time that they start eating and throughout life. Feed vegetables daily. Here are a few suggestions: basil escarole mustard greens bok choy mint broccoli (including...

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All About the FERRET

All About the FERRET

Posted by trunkc on Sep 22, 2014

by Oxford Ferret Rescue What are Ferrets? Ferrets are domestic animals and cousins of weasels, skunks, and otters. They are not rodents! They are friendly and make excellent pets. If you’ve never met one before, the easiest way to think of them is somewhere between...

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Care of the Thai water dragon, Physignathus cocincinus

Care of the Thai water dragon, Physignathus cocincinus

Posted by trunkc on Sep 2, 2014

The Thai water dragon, Physignathus cocincinus, originates from the forests of India and eastern Asia, and often remains close to fresh water. This member of the family AgamidaeAgamids, lizards of the family Agamidae, include more than 300 species in Africa, Asia,...

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Captive Care of the Desert Tortoise, Gopherus agassizii

Captive Care of the Desert Tortoise, Gopherus agassizii

Posted by trunkc on Sep 2, 2014

Client handout from the: Journal of HerpetolologicalHerpetology is the branch of zoology concerned with the study of amphibians and reptiles. Medicine and Surgery, Vol. 11, No.3, 2001 Housing Tortoises should be housed in outdoor enclosures whenever possible A...

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Captive Care of the Boa Constrictor

Captive Care of the Boa Constrictor

Posted by trunkc on Sep 2, 2014

Client Handout from the Journal of Herpetological Medicine and Surgery, Vol. 11, No. 2, 2001 Husbandry Boas should be housed individually, except during breeding attempts. Enclosures for juvenile boas should be at least 61 cm (24 in) long an 38 to 61 cm (15 to 24 in)...

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Captive Care of North American Colubrid Snakes

Captive Care of North American Colubrid Snakes

Posted by trunkc on Sep 2, 2014

(King Snakes, Rat Snakes, Indigos, Hognoses, Garters, Water and Others) Client Handout from the: Journal of Herpetological Medicine and Surgery, Vol. 10, Iss. 3 & 4, 2000 HOUSING Most colubrid snakes can be housed in smooth sided cages such as glass aquariums, or...

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Captive Care of Bell’s Hingeback Tortoise, Kinixys belliana

Captive Care of Bell’s Hingeback Tortoise, Kinixys belliana

Posted by trunkc on Sep 2, 2014

Client Handout from the: Journal of Herpetological Medicine and Surgery, Vol. 10, Iss.1, 2000 Introduction Bell’s hingeback tortoise, Kinixys belliana, is one of the most common tortoise species seen in the pet trade. Unfortunately, the vast majority of specimens...

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Ball Python Care Sheet

Ball Python Care Sheet

Posted by trunkc on Sep 2, 2014

Mid-Atlantic Reptile Show www.reptileinfo.com Scientific Name:  Python regius Common Name:  Ball Python, AKA Royal Python Where are they found?  West and central Africa from Senegal to Uganda, northern Sudan and Ethiopia. Natural Habitat:  Dry brush, cleared forest,...

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Australian Bearded Dragon

Australian Bearded Dragon

Posted by trunkc on Sep 2, 2014

The Australian Bearded Dragon is one of the best lizards to own as a pet. They develop a very docile nature when handled gently and frequently, are usually very good eaters, and are social animals, which often display amusing behaviors. Many kinds of bearded dragons...

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