Purdue Animal Hospital

Exotic Animal Medicine

The Purdue College Small Animal Community Practice provides veterinary choose to foreign animals of Tippecanoe County citizens in addition to faculty, staff, and students from the Purdue College West Lafayette Campus. We attempt to supply top quality primary small animal veterinary choose to our patients emphasizing communication, education, and repair to the clients. Simultaneously, we manage a type of a personal small animal practice to permit veterinary and veterinary specialist students to achieve experience of primary veterinary care and client communication abilities.

We love them for various pet exotic animal species for example ferrets, bunnies, guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils, degus, sugar gliders, hedgehogs, lizards, snakes, wild birds, seafood, etc. We'll also take recommendations out of your vet if you reside outdoors Tippecanoe County or aren't an worker of Purdue College. Please simply have your vet give us a call for any referral after which schedule a scheduled appointment around by using the instructions below.

To schedule a scheduled appointment using the Small Animal Community Practice:

Call 765-494-1107. We provide emergency take care of exotics after hrs for the clients. Please call 765-496-7911 for after hrs problems.


Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Monday evening treatment centers 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. (1-2 nights monthly)

Saturday treatment centers 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (noon) (2-3 Saturdays monthly)

About Our Staff


Steve Thompson, DVM, DIPLOMATE ABVP (canine &lifier feline general practice)

Lori Corriveau, DVM


Saralyn Sharp, RVT

Cindy Voglewede, RVT

Clerical Support

Darlene Branham

Common Conditions and Methods

Elective exotic surgery (spays and castrations)


Laser lumpectomy

Legacy Interactive Vet Emergency 2
Video Games (Legacy Interactive)
  • As the vet in an emergency animal hospital, you ll make life-and-death decisions for every pet and animal that come through the door
  • Face 50 challenges for every type of animal -- everything from cats & dogs, to iguanas and ducks
  • Help a bird that can t fly, a sunburnt frog, a balding ferret and many ore unique & interesting cases
  • Figure out the right diagnosis of each animal, using 40 realistic vet tools like IVs, oxygen masks, X-ray machines and more
  • Access your PDA for medical information, get feedback from the chief vet, to make sure you examine, diagnose, and treat each animal properly

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