Spring has sprung, and May flew by like a flash! With all this incredible weather we’ve been having, it’s been hard to catch our breath between all the work and play. Let’s recap some of the awesome stuff that happened in May! Never a dull day at Dewdney.


 

Dr. Walton on CTV: Wildlife Rescue Show-and-Tell

Dr. Walton on CTV news discussing what to do when you come across baby wildlife.
It’s baby season! If you find a baby animal DON’T touch it.
For animals other than birds, contact Crittercare: 604-530-2064
For baby birds, contact Wildlife rescue at Burnaby Lake: 604-526-7275

Dr. Walton on CTV

 


Hooray for Willow!

Little Willow is doing so so well, we just had to share another update with you guys. Her guardians report that training is going very well, her hair is growing in nicely, and she is still gaining weight!
Willow was awarded the Courage Award from the BCSPCA!

Willow the Husky

 
 


Well, everybody knows that the bird is the word!

Everyone is flocking to Dewdney Animal Hospital!

This baby robin was brought home by a cat, and rescued by the neighbours kids.

 
 
And these baby ducklings were saved from a sewer drain!

helping baby ducklings…..

Posted by Dewdney Animal Hospital Ltd. on Sunday, May 3, 2015

It’s a Duckie day at Dewdney

Posted by Dewdney Animal Hospital Ltd. on Wednesday, May 27, 2015

 
Nobody could forget this Sharp Shinned Hawk, who happily dined and dashed.

10 pm feeding of sharp shinned hawk for O.W.L. Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society

Posted by Dewdney Animal Hospital Ltd. on Monday, May 11, 2015

 
 
And this very cool juvenile Peregrine Falcon. Thanks again to O.W.L. Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society for taking her!

Juvenile peregrine falcon  Juvenile peregrine falcon

 
 


Nancy’s Dentist Adventure

Do turtles get toothaches? Not like you would expect! All turtles and tortoises grow beaks, and they do need their beaks trimmed! Their beaks normally get worn down in the wild on roughage. The roughage they get in captivity often isn’t tough enough to wear it down.

Nancy here is a 50 year old Box Turtle! Some Box Turtles may live to be over 100!

Nancy the box turtle with overgrown beak  Nancy the box turtle with trimmed beak

 
 


Injured Baby Squirrel and Feeding a Tortoise

This poor juvenile squirrel was hit by a car, and we are helping him out with some painkillers. We are also caring for a Red Footed Tortoise!

Helping out an injured squirrel and hand feeding a tortoise

Posted by Dewdney Animal Hospital Ltd. on Wednesday, May 27, 2015

 
 


Exotic Animal Rescue at Dewdney

Did you know that Dewdney Animal Hospital has been a licensed rescue facility for illegal exotic animals since 2010? These special animals have very unique requirements, and need special enclosures. Check out this video to see how we are building homes for these wonderful critters.

 
 


From all of us at Dewdney Animal Hospital,

Dewdney animal hospital staff

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DEWDNEY ANIMAL HOSPITAL

 

 

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