***We would like to remind you that only one person per animal will be accepted in our facility. This measure is in place to ensure that we can all respect social distancing. Wearing a mask is also mandatory at all times in our facility.***



Access to veterinary care is considered an essential service. For the safety of our clients and staff, special measures have been put in place to reduce the risk of contracting the Coronavirus (Covid-19). What to do upon your arrival click here

Useful Links

Useful Links

Urban Chicken Coops supports and accompanies citizens, cities and organizations in order to promote all aspects of laying hen care in urban areas in a safe and responsible manner.


 We invite you to consult the Guide for buyers and sellers of backyard poultry.



The following sites provide information and a place for rabbit owners to share their pet rabbit experience:



Have you lost or found a parrot or pet bird? The following site might be very useful to you:



Are you interested in adopting an exotic pet? Please don't hesitate to contact us so that we may guide you in choosing the most appropriate animal. You have already decided? Please consider adopting at the SPCA:




Psittacosis is a zoonotic disease : it can be transmitted from animals to humans. Some pet birds can carry this bacterium. You will find information on this disease and other zoonoses in the following websites



You are thinking of travelling with your ferret to Europe? You need to read the following information:



Are you considering moving or travelling to another country with your exotic pet? Make sure that it is not on the CITES list as you will need a permit to cross the border: