- We have a dedicated team of veterinarians to provide veterinary to injured snakes.
- We facilitate treatment, post-operative care for injured snakes in association with College of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry, OUAT, Bhubaneswar.
- We have also dedicated team of volunteers to assist the able veterinarians of OUAT.
We have presented some of our case studies to highlight the well-being of the snakes.
The detailed case by case reports will be elaborated in our “Blogs” gradually in future.
✓ Only experienced veterinarians should undertake treatment of snakes.
✓ Presence of a local forest staff is a must during the treatment.
✓ No private person can be the owner of Indian snakes.
These articles & books are helpful for veterinarians and snake caregivers.
- Lock, B. 2008. Venomous Snake Restraint and Handling. Journal of Exotic Pet Medicine 17(4): 273–284.
- Boyer, T.H. 2006. Common Procedures with Venomous Reptiles. Veterinary Clinics of North America: Exotic Animal Practice 9: 269–285.
- Johnson, R. 2011. Clinical Technique: Handling and Treating Venomous Snakes. Journal of Exotic Pet Medicine 20(2): 124–130.
- de la Navarre, B.J. 2006. Common Procedures in Reptiles and Amphibians. Veterinary Clinics Exotic Animal Practice 9: 237–267.
- Mitchell, M. A. 2004. Snake care and husbandry. Veterinary Clinics of North America: Exotic Animal Practice, 7(2), 421–446.
- Jacobson ER. 1993. Snakes. Exotic pet medicine 1. Vet Clin North Am Small Anim Pract.;23 (6):1179-1212.