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Observations from Angela Lennox, DVM
We say a fond goodbye to two members of staff. Dr. Amber Lee, who successfully completed her two year Avian residency, and is on the way to sitting for her final examination in the fall. Once that is completed, she … Continue reading
People aren’t the only ones having trouble with the recent storms. This morning the clinic was inundated with soaked and freezing wildlife, mostly baby birds blown from their nests. We heard reports that some of birds that didn’t make it, … Continue reading
Exotic pets occasionally eat things that aren’t actually food. The most common culprits are young ferrets, who are known for eating rubber, cloth and other unusual objects (we removed some red cloth from the intestines of a young ferret on … Continue reading
Dr. Lennox just returned from the iCare conference in Paris. iCare stands for: International Conference on Avian heRpetologica and Exotic mammal medicine. See more here! The conference was 6 days of exciting wet labs, masterclasses and lectures on birds, exotic mammals, reptiles and even zoo animals. Dr. Lennox … Continue reading
Come to our first annual Rabbit Health Day! Join us on Saturday, June 6th, 2015 for an afternoon of education, fun, and free prizes courtesy of Oxbow Animal Health. Come meet some adoptable bunnies from the Indiana House Rabbit Society … Continue reading