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Sarah Stevenson, DVM
Valley West Veterinary Hospital
201 Virginia Street West
Charleston, WV 25302
Tel: (304) 343-6783
SS - Very affordable. Specialized in exotics. She is very good! Very knowledgable, and she even called me back to check on my Bearded Dragon!! She treated all of my dragons for Coccidia and worms, and one of mine for seizures due to worms and a vitamin deficiency. (04/26/02)


Alex Cassucio, DVM
Animal Medical Center
460 Hartman Run Road
Morgantown, WV 26505
Tel: (304) 292-0126
JA - I went to Dr. Cassucio when my baby ball python refused to eat and I learned all his clutchmates were/had died. Over the next year he responded to my worried or happy e-mails monthly, if not weekly helping me through the trials of the virus. Today, thanks to his constant advice and support my snake is alive and well. He even offered advice for problems arising with my other herps! (07/03/04)


Carla Hubbard, DVM
8426 Emerson Avenue
Parkersburg, WV 26101
Tel:(304) 464-4018
Carla does a wonderful job with Reptiles. She also does large and small animals. She is GREAT! Ball Python...Bitten by Rat...took wks but with Carlas help ..we got him back to normal. Just a few scars left. Ball python with resp.Infection....Carla immediately put him on Bay... and in a few days he was eating and acting normal. (12/17/01)

Last updated: 09/27/04

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