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We are asking veterinarians and clinics that treat iguanas and other herps to register with the Green Iguana Society. We provide an online list of Recommended Vets and Clinics that helps iguana owners find quality veterinarian care for their pets. As a registered vet or clinic, we can provide detailed information about your practice and experience to people that are looking for a vet in your area. If you are listed on our site as a registered vet or clinic, we also hope to make it easier for iguana owners to find your practice, increasing your clientele, as well as increasing your experience with treating iguanas and other herps. Being a registered vet with the Green Iguana Society simply means that you are providing as many details as possible about your practice to prospective clients.

If you are a veterinarian that treats iguanas, please take a few moments to fill out this registration form. Only some of the questions are required, but we urge you to provide as many details as possible. After we receive your information, we will list you on our web site as a registered vet or clinic and we will forward your information to iguana owners that are asking about your experience or looking for a vet or clinic in your area. Thank you very much for your time and thank you for helping us improve our list of recommended vets and clinics.


Vet's name: *
Please note: Items noted with * are required fields.

Clinic or hospital name:
Address: *
City: *
State or province: *
Zip code: *
Country:

Phone number: *
Additional phone (if applicable):

E-mail address (if applicable):
Web site (if applicable):

Office hours:


How many years have you been a veterinarian?

How many years have you been treating iguanas?

Where did you receive your degree and in what year?

Have you had any special schooling on the treatment of iguanas?
Yes No
If yes, please describe.


How are you continuing your education in iguana treatment?


Do you own any iguanas or care for any on a permanent basis in your clinic?
Yes No
If yes, please describe in detail.


Does anyone working in your clinic have experience with or own iguanas?
Yes No
If yes, please describe in detail.


On average, how many iguanas do you treat per month?

Please give an estimate of the number of clients you have that own iguanas.

What kind of questions do you ask of clients that bring iguanas to you for treatment?


Do you stress to your iguana owning clients the importance of regular checkups and blood panels?
Yes No

Do you try to inform your clients about the importance of cleanliness to prevent the spread of Salmonella?
Yes No

Have you ever spayed or neutered an iguana?
Yes No
If yes, please give us an estimate of how many you have performed.
Spays: Neuters:

What other special procedures do you do? (i.e. surgery, endoscopy, ultrasound, etc.)


Approximately how much do you charge for the following services? If any of this information is given out, we will stress the fact that prices are subject to change and that it is only an estimated price. (Please indicate if prices are not in U.S. currency.)

    Office visit and/or checkup for a green iguana -
    Full blood panel for a green iguana -
    Fecal -
    Additional comments or prices of other related services
Have you ever written any papers on herpetology or iguanas?
Yes No
If yes, please describe.


Have any of your writings ever been published?
Yes No
If yes, please describe.


What reptile veterinarian books do you own?


What books do you recommend to iguana owners?


Do you offer any printed information about iguanas to your iguana owning clients?
Yes No
If yes, please describe.


Are you a member of the Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Vets (ARAV)?
Yes No

Are you a member of any herp societies?
Yes No
If yes, please describe in detail.


Do you attend reptile veterinary conferences?
Yes No
If yes, please describe.


Do other vets refer clients to you, if they are unable to treat an iguana?
Yes No

Do you ever refer clients to other vets that may have more experience in dealing with iguanas?
Yes No

How did you find out about the Green Iguana Society?


Do you plan on telling your iguana owning clients about the Green Iguana Society?
Yes No

Would you be willing to post information in your clinic about the Green Iguana Society and proper iguana care?
Yes No

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