Our All Creatures Exotic Pet Vet Clinic and luxury boarding facility has been proudly serving Murrieta, Temecula and the surrounding area since 1997. Here at All Creatures Animal Hospital (ACAH), our single-minded pursuit is for your pets’ health and well-being. We take every possible opportunity to provide an exceptional client experience and to give our patients the care they deserve. We are dedicated to our clients and our passion for their four-legged family members. Our team here at ACAH, are a group of dedicated and diverse individuals, united by a common purpose, to save the lives of animals. We strive to make a difference in the lives around us and the work we do here reflects that.

We have 20 years experience with exotic pets. These family members require special care that is not found in most vet hospitals. For your convenience, we are open five days a week and offer a wide range of progressive care options, both onsite and off. From caring for your pet to offering you the resources and support you need as an owner, you can depend on us to deliver the veterinary solutions you deserve.

We have experience with dozens of types of exotic pets. These include birds, reptiles, amphibians, rabbits, rodents, hedgehogs, sugar gliders, ferrets, exotic mammals, fish, and invertebrates in Temecula and Murrieta California and surrounding area. We hope we can meet your exotic pet family member soon. Call for an immediate reservation.



Highly Trained Vets

Our exotic pet vetinarians have over 20 years of experience successfully treating over 100 species of pets.

State of the Art

Our state-of-the-art hospital is fully equipped to perform a broad range of surgical procedures, whether it be an elective surgery, such as spay and neuter, or surgery to treat a medical condition or trauma.

Community Roots

Our All Creatures Vet Clinic and luxury boarding facility has been proudly serving Murrieta, Temecula and the surrounding area since 1997.

Affordable

Here at All Creatures Animal Hospital (ACAH), our single-minded pursuit is to make quality pet care accessible to the community without sacrificing your budget.

The vets at All Creatures Animal Hospital have over 20 years experience with Exotic pets!

It is important to get your exotic pet to the vet as soon as you notice any change in behavior.  These pets hide their illness till they are very ill.

All Creatures is #1 as an exotic pet veterinarian in the Temecula Valley.

Here is a partial list of the exotic pets that we treat every month.

lizards

CARE OF LIZARDS

CARE OF LIZARDS

The doctors and staff at All Creatures Veterinary Hospital have years of experience treating a variety of reptiles, from leopard geckos, green iguanas, and bearded dragons, to corn snakes, red-tail pythons, and boa constrictors, and all types of turtles and tortoises. We can help you with Annual physical exam, Fecal exams for parasites, Sex determination, Full diagnostic workups, Husbandry (basic care) counseling and Nutritional counseling.
Hedgehogs

Care of HEDGEHOGS

Care of HEDGEHOGS

We encourage our customers to take their pet hedgehog in for a new-pet visit two to four weeks after bringing their pet home. Your new hedgehog should be well adjusted to you and easy to handle. Annual well-pet visits are also strongly recommended. The general rule of thumb when treating any medical condition is that it is easier and safer to treat the beginning of a problem than a problem that has had time to grow or spread. Hedgehogs, like many other small animals, naturally hide illnesses or problems for as long as possible.
Snakes

CARE FOR SNAKES

CARE FOR SNAKES

Signs of disease in snakes may be specific for a certain disease, such as a cottage-cheese type discharge in the mouth of a snake with mouth rot, or non-specific, such as a snake with anorexia (lack of appetite) and lethargy, which can be seen with many diseases. ANY deviation from normal is a cause for concern and your snake requires immediate evaluation by All Creatures exotic pet veterinarian.
Guinea Pigs

CARE OF GUINEA PIGS

CARE OF GUINEA PIGS

A responsible guardian will learn the warning signs of illness and be willing to seek All Creatures Veterinary care at the slightest sign of illness. Often guinea pigs will not exhibit illness till it is life threatening. See All Creatures vet immediately if your cavy shows any of these signs: Refusal to eat or drink, Labored breathing, wheezing, Crusty eyes, sneezing, Rough or puffed-up coat, Dull and/or receding eyes, Lethargy, hunched posture, Drooling, Watery diarrhea, Blood in urine, Limping, Hair loss, excessive scratching, and Loss of balance.
Spider Monkeys

SPIDER MONKEY CARE

SPIDER MONKEY CARE

We encourage our customers to take their pet hedgehog in for a new-pet visit two to four weeks after bringing their pet home. Your new hedgehog should be well adjusted to you and easy to handle. Annual well-pet visits are also strongly recommended. The general rule of thumb when treating any medical condition is that it is easier and safer to treat the beginning of a problem than a problem that has had time to grow or spread. Hedgehogs, like many other small animals, naturally hide illnesses or problems for as long as possible.
sugar gliders

CARE FOR SUGAR GLIDERS

CARE FOR SUGAR GLIDERS

Because of this natural inclination to hide their illness, it is imperative that we, their human companions, familiarize ourselves with minute details that will clue us in to their true state of health. The better you know your glider in ALL their moods, attitudes, and at all times of day the more of a chance you will have to know when something ‘just isn’t quite right’ so that you can seek veterinary attention.
Birds

SIGNS THAT A BIRD IS SICK

SIGNS THAT A BIRD IS SICK

The presence of signs of illness in a bird is sometimes termed “sick-bird syndrome.” This is because many illnesses in birds cause the same signs, and, by the time a bird shows signs of illness, the bird is really sick. Aviary birds, like other prey animals, hide signs of illness. Predators look for signs of illness or weakness when choosing their prey. By the time they are showing signs of disease, in many instances, the birds have become too weak to disguise it. Small birds, especially, have little reserve, and even handling them can put them into shock.
Goats

Care of GOATS

Care of GOATS

Take your goat to the All Creatures Animal Hospital 1) when you first get them, 2) every six months for a wellness exam and 3)when they are sick. Signs include: unusual prolonged bleating, they won’t eat or they are not interested in food, they won’t drink or they are not interested in water, bloated, kicking or biting their stomach, green or cloudy nasal discharge and body temperature above 103.5 indicates fever.
Capybara

CARE FOR CAPYBARA

CARE FOR CAPYBARA

Set up a habitat with food, shelter, water and room to wander. Adult capybaras can reach 4 feet in length and weigh up to 200 pounds, so they need as much space as you can provide. An outdoor enclosure for one to three capybaras should be at least 12 feet by 20 feet, although the larger you make it, the better. Select an area that has both sunny spots, where your pet can soak up rays, and shady spots, where he can cool off. If you opt to keep your capybara inside, he should get around 12 hours of light and 12 hours of darkness every day.