CWRS Wildlife Hospital

Did you know…CWRS has a fully functional veterinary hospital that is certified by the Alberta Veterinary Medical Association (ABVMA)? We have 2 veterinarians and 3 veterinary technologists on staff. This means we can perform surgeries on site with in-house staff and equipment; we can perform x-rays and other medical procedures when required without having to wait for a veterinarian to arrive; and we can humanely euthanize animals immediately as needed. In addition to the 2 veterinarians we have on staff, we also routinely collaborate with the veterinarians at the Calgary Zoo and share information with other wildlife rehabilitation centers in North America to ensure we maintain best practices in wildlife rehabilitation. We are members of the Alberta Wildlife Rehabilitation Association (AWRA) —our Hospital Director is the president of the AWRA board)-—, National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association (NWRA), and the International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council (IWRC)

 

 

From performing orthopedic (bone) surgeries under general anesthesia to providing intravenous (IV) fluids, antibiotics and pain medication, when you bring an injured animal to CWRS you can be assured that it will receive the veterinary care it needs.

Did you know…CWRS has a fully functional veterinary hospital that is certified by the Alberta Veterinary Medical Association (ABVMA)? We have 2 veterinarians and 3 veterinary technologists on staff. This means we can perform surgeries on site with in-house staff and equipment; we can perform x-rays and other medical procedures when required without having to wait for a veterinarian to arrive; and we can humanely euthanize animals immediately as needed. In addition to the 2 veterinarians we have on staff, we also routinely collaborate with the veterinarians at the Calgary Zoo and share information with other wildlife rehabilitation centers in North America to ensure we maintain best practices in wildlife rehabilitation. We are members of the Alberta Wildlife Rehabilitation Association (AWRA) —our Hospital Director is the president of the AWRA board)-—, National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association (NWRA), and the International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council (IWRC)

 

From performing orthopedic (bone) surgeries under general anesthesia to providing intravenous (IV) fluids, antibiotics and pain medication, when you bring an injured animal to CWRS you can be assured that it will receive the veterinary care it needs.