Repost from @jtami Dr.McDonald is hands down, the best Avian vet in Canada. And the only avian vet in this province. Anne has saved hundreds of birds during her practice (article below), and we are lucky to have her here 🙏🏼❤️Maybe she can apply some of MM’s #lifechangingfoods to her patients...because I do for my little bird. And pass the info on to her vet tech staff. She’s very homeopathic with her birds, which is essential, since birds retain a lot of their wild nature. My bird has gotten a lot better since earlier this year when she had pneumonia 😳 🍇🍉🍌🍎🥒 As u can see, #myLittltePaimei is one of #medicalmedium’s fave listeners 😂🤣
The audio clip is from @medicalmedium’s recent webinar on thyroid healing. I was trying to catch a bit of it live.
“Dr. Anne McDonald, owner of the Night Owl Bird Hospital, recently received the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association's Humane Award. Dr. McDonald, along with the Greyhaven Exotic Bird Sanctuary, took over the care of almost 600 parrots in May 2016 after the death of Wendy Huntbatch, the founder of the World Parrot Refuge in Coombs, B.C. Dr. McDonald and Greyhaven were involved in the physical removal of the birds, their medical assessment and testing, finding relocation facilities, and providing necessary medical and everyday care. Many of the birds had health issues, some more severe than others, with over 100 small and large birds being hospitalized for the first few months. Currently, only about 160 birds of the 600 rescued still require placements”🐦🐥🐤
Hagen Avicultural Research Institute🐥:
As a leader in avian research, HARI’s mission is to promote the advancement and improvement of Companion Bird Care and Aviculture through education and research in areas of psittacine health, nutrition, breeding, and early parrot education, and product development. In addition, HARI supports global efforts in wild parrot conservation.