Mark A. Mitchell, DVM, PhD, MS, DECZM (Herpetology)
Diversity is the key to success with reptile diets
Insectivores and herbivores alike need variety to get maximum nutrients
Managing ferret endocrine disorders (Proceedings)
Endocrine diseases in ferrets have been attributed to genetics, early-age neutering, diet, and photoperiod.
Exotic mammal dermatology (Proceedings)
When an exotic small mammal presents for a problem associated with the integument, it may be hard not to try to focus on that specific system.
Infectious diseases of captive reptiles (Proceedings)
The rise in popularity of herpetoculture over the past two decades has led to an increased number of reptiles being imported and captive reared to meet the demands of herpetoculturists.
Diagnostic imaging considerations for reptiles (Proceedings)
Diagnostic imaging is an underutilized resource in herpetological medicine.
Diagnostic testing in exotic small mammals (Proceedings)
Many of the exotic species we deal with have evolved to mask their illness to avoid predation.