Exotis ISSN 2398-2985

What is Exotis


Vetlexicon Exotis is our brand new service providing the finest clinical information resource for exotic species. The current species available on Exotis are Guinea Pigs, Ferrets and the class of Reptiles which covers chelonians, lizards and snakes.

It provides evidence based point of care of information, hundreds of articles, images, videos and sounds, surgical and diagnostic techniques, a vast library of owner factsheets and much more. All the information is designed to optimise your individual time, practice confidence and naturally support your clinical protocols.


Why do you need Exotis?

Following extensive research, it was clear that the amount of clinical information available to vets on exotic species was minimal and very unstructured, so we wanted to change that.

Vetlexicon is the world's largest online peer-reviewed clinical resource for cats, dogs, rabbits, exotics, horses and cattle, and our aim is to ensure that we also become the world leading provider of clinical information for Exotic species.

Exotis provides a vast plethora of peer-reviewed clinical information on guinea pigs, ferrets and reptiles. Having this information at your fingertips 24/7 not only saves your practice time and money by speeding up critical decision making and reducing the need for referrals, it improves client communications, trust and retention, and therefore increasing revenue.


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By subscribing to Exotis, not only do you have access to the finest up to date veterinary information, you will also receive free monthly newsletters, direct links to VetMed Resource, PubMed and RSS, as well as Twitter feeds of updated content.

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The Forgotten Friend Reptile Sanctuary shared video of Jesse Rothacker helping out the eastern kingsnake that became a real-life ouroboros by swallowing 10 inches of its own tail...

15/08/2019

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Dr John Howe assumed his role as AVMA President at the AVMA Convention in Washington DC (2-6 August 2019)...

07/08/2019

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Following a long and sustained campaign, BVA has today hailed the Home Office’s announcement accepting the Migration Advisory Committee’s (MAC) recommendation for vets to be reinstated on the Shortage Occupation List as a “huge win for animal welfare and a resounding vote of confidence in the veterinary community”...

31/07/2019

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Mount Laurel Animal Hospital, a 24 hour emergency and specialty care veterinary hospital in New Jersey, USA, performed a CT scan on a recently rescued, massive 140-pound loggerhead sea turtle in the hopes of helping Sea Turtle Recovery's vets diagnose their newest patient, rescued last month in Ocean City...

19/07/2019


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