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If your pet is experiencing an emergency, please call ahead to alert a member of our team at (704) 949-1100

New Patient Questionnaire - Reptiles

If your reptile is a new patient at Carolina Veterinary Specialists please fill out our New Reptile Patient form using one of the options below.

Please note that appointments must be made by phone, so please call us us if you want to book an appointment.

About Your Reptile


Diet and Supplements

Environment and Enrichment

Health and Medical History

Reason For Visit

If possible, please bring a recent fecal (stool) sample from your reptile with you, in a sealed container, so that we are able to evaluate your reptile for internal parasites. Samples can be kept refrigerated for up to three days.

Upload Files or Images

You can upload document and image files here, including previous medical records, notes, radiographs (X-rays) and ultrasound images. We would love to see photos of your pet and where they live!

Salmonella Advisory Warning

Most, if not all, reptiles carry salmonella bacteria in their intestinal tract and intermittently or continuously shed these bacteria in their feces. Salmonella bacteria usually do not cause any illness in reptiles, but can cause serious illnesses in people.
Salmonella bacteria are easily spread from reptiles to humans. Humans may become
infected when they place their hands on objects, including food items, that have been in contact with the stool of reptiles, in their mouths.
Please refer to the ARAV at or the CDC at for further information.

Caring for Pets in Huntersville

At Carolina Veterinary Specialists, we accept new clients to our specialty services by referral. Our 24/7 emergency service accepts all clients.

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