Let’s take a look into the recent past for a recap on what a month July was! Check in to read about everything from saving hot dogs from cars to bald eagles with broken wings!

From Far & Wide to Dewdney

We get faraway visitors once in a while to see Dr. Walton and his crew, but this was a first! Meet Dexter. His owner brought him all the way from Fort St John for a Dental.

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Would You Break the Law to Save a Life?

No, it’s not the catchphrase for a new Sue Grafton book, but it is a questions we have been asking ourselves due to this abnormally hot BC summer. Would you smash a car window to save an animal from a hot car, or would fear of legal consequences stop you? Dr. Walton interviewed for the Christian Science Monitor about this controversial topic. Click here to read more!

 

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Fixing the Flicker

This beautiful Flicker needed a helping hand! Watch Dewdney Animal Hospital Dr. Crawford and Dr. Walton repair a broken leg on a Wild Bird. (video contains a little bit of blood and surgery)

Chicken, The Brave

“Chicken” the Bald Eagle was picked up in Richmond with a open fracture to the humerus and another closed fracture.

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If you’re curious to know more, Dr. Walton explains the surgery in this video! Also catch a glimpse at Chicken in the background.

 

I Wonder Who she Takes After?

Dr. Walton’s daughter, Enya, decided to raise money at her block party for the BCSPCA. In total, she donated $80.00! Great work Enya!

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Helping the Burrowing Owl Society

We are happy to help the Burrowing Owl Society of BC with some of their birds. They have a wonderful facility in Port Kellis and are helping this species deal with our changing world. See more of what they do athttp://burrowingowlbc.org/about_us.htm

This little guy was born with a deformity of the feet, this is video of our attempt to help this little one.

We are happy to help the Burrowing Owl Society of BC with some of their birds. They have a wonderful facility in Port Kellis and are helping this species deal with our changing world. See more of what they do at http://burrowingowlbc.org/about_us.htmThis little guy was born with a deformity of the feet, this is video of our attempt to help this little one. Posted by Dewdney Animal Hospital Ltd. on Friday, July 17, 2015

 

Thank You!

Another month passes by and we are so thankful for all of the support and love from you guys. It is truly a blessing to work with such dedicated pet parents and rescue associations. From all of us at Dewdney, have a wonderful day!

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Thanks for following Dewdney Dairies.

UNTIL NEXT TIME, DEWDNEY ANIMAL HOSPITAL

 

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