WEPC is committed to providing the highest quality care for your exotic pets, with fees that are competitive with other practitioners in the field. We do not feel that a comprehensive exam and husbandry evaluation (see Services) can be done properly in a 15-minute time block, and will spend as much time with you as necessary to make sure all your questions are answered and you have the information necessary to provide the best home possible for your pet.

We do not endorse the exotic pet trade, and feel that many exotic animals are not appropriate as pets. Those that are, often have very specific nutritional and psychological requirements, and we encourage potential owners to carefully research a species PRIOR TO ACQUISITION. We offer prepurchase consultations (see Services) at very reasonable fees for this purpose. We work with several pet rescue groups and will assist in finding responsible homes for pets in need, but we hope to see a day when this will no longer be necessary.

WEPC also provides care for any wildlife species in need, and will make every attempt to get wild animals back where they belong. We donate our time to do this, working closely with a committed group of wildlife rehabilitators. Injured wildlife may be dropped off for care at any time, though we ask that you call the Utah Division of Wildlife Resourcesfor any potentially dangerous animals. Please do not attempt to pick up animals that you think are uninjured orphans without first contacting WEPC or contacting the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources.