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Thank you for your contribution too Whytwings.
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Here are a few avian vets who will see pigeons, greater Pittsburgh area:

David P. Dorn, VMD
West Liberty Animal Hospital
3055 West Liberty Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15216
412-341-3383
hours: Mon 9-6; Tue & Fri 9-3; W & Th 9-8; closed weekends
Dr. Dorn is somewhat familiar with pigeon racing; I know of a few club members who have taken birds to him.

Denise Pleban, DVM
VCA Northview Animal Hospital
223 Siebert Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15237
412-364-5353
Dr. Pleban will see chickens as well as pigeons and doves.
I think the owner, James K. Beebe, DVM, also sees pigeons, but I've not met him yet.)
This hospital also has an emergency dept, but the ER vets don't see pigeons.

Michael Hutchinson, DVM
Marc McDanel, DVM (not officially an avian vet, but experienced with pigeons)
Animal General
20411 Rte 19 Lasalle Plaza, Unit 10
Cranberry Twp, PA 16066
724-776-7930
"Dr Mike" hosts a popular radio show on KDKA about veterinary topics, and is also known for his work with stem cells for veterinary applications.
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Robin...thank you so much
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Posted 28th May 2012, 05:38 PM
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Montreal, QC, Canada

Hopital Veterinaire de l'Est
8700 Chaumont, Montreal (Anjou), QC H1K 1N6

514.355.8322
http://www.monvet.com/

Anyone looking for ressources in Montreal will soon realize that this is no simple task. This one is a little ways away from the city center, but absolutely worth the cab fair. Everyone there was genuinely caring, and quite knowledgeable. I should probably mention that they do not specifically deal with pigeons, but have done so a few times in the past, and care for birds on a regular basis.

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Thank you. I had a difficult time finding resources in Montreal when I first began developing the resource list.
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Posted 28th May 2012, 07:48 PM
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Oh, and something else. I'm afraid the only other ressource on your list for Montreal (Dr. Sikorski - Clinique Veterinarian Villeray-Papineau) is no good.

My spouse and I rescued a pigeon a year ago. How we came accross this particular clinic, I can't recall. But we called, and explained our situation. They told us to come on over. We hopped in a cab and brought our pigeon over, and when they realized that it was a wild bird (which I had made clear over the phone), they became uncomfortable and asked that we leave. They refused to see the bird. In addition to this, the place looked highly unsanitary, and I simply didn't get a good vibe from these people.

Here are a few other Montreal ressources (I have not had any dealings with these, though) :


URBAN ANIMAL ADVOCATES

[Urban Animal Advocates operates the only professional, licensed wildlife rehabilitation centre on the island of Montreal, accepting all species of birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians, and is licensed by the Québec Minister of Natural Resources and Wildlife]

(514) 366-9965
[email protected]
http://www.urbananimaladvocates.ca

No street address listed for these guys, other than a P.O. Box in Montreal (Cote Saint-Luc)


LE NICHOIR BIRD REHABILITATION CENTER

[Dedicated to the proper care and treatment of injured and orphaned wild birds and releasing them back to their natural habitat since 1994]

450.458.2809
[email protected]
http://lenichoir.org/
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Marshmallowknee... I have spoken with, LE NICHOIR BIRD REHABILITATION CENTER and they will not take feral pigeons.
I'll check out Urban Animal Advocates.I appreciate you taking them time to post the information.
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I see Dr Orcutt from Angel memorial hospital Boston, MA (She also visits Putnam Vet clinic in Ipswich, MA on tuesdays FYI
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Hi Charis,
I have recently discovered Dr Gary Beilby at Wattle Grove Veterinary Hospital,
791 Welshpool Road East, Wattle Grove (Perth, Australia)

They often help the local Wildlife Rescue Park with pigeons & doves - feral too, and Dr Gary was SO compassionate. I highly recommend him & the hospital.
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Woops - phone number would be useful - 9453 6655
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Dr. Richard Funk
858 N Country Club Drive
Mesa, Arizona 85201
480-833-7330
Hes been my avian vet for over 20 years and always helps me with sick or injured doves and pidgies.
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Thanks for the new additions.

Birdbabe...Dr Funk is on the list. Everyone I know that takes their pigeons to him, absolutely adore him. I'm glad you have him as your vet. Thanks for letting us know.
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Marshmallowknee... I have spoken with, LE NICHOIR BIRD REHABILITATION CENTER and they will not take feral pigeons.
I'll check out Urban Animal Advocates.I appreciate you taking them time to post the information.
Hi Charis. Have you had a chance to speak with the UAA? I am encouraged to see that on their Facebook community page, they were publishing updates and photos about a rescued pigeon named Icarus earlier this spring.
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Urban...02051986554654
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Hi Charis. Have you had a chance to speak with the UAA? I am encouraged to see that on their Facebook community page, they were publishing updates and photos about a rescued pigeon named Icarus earlier this spring.
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Urban...02051986554654
I haven't but I'll call them Friday. Sounds like they may be a great contact. Pretty little pigeon they are trying to home.
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our vet near san francisco (oakley ca usa) is brian speer, dvm center for birds. He,s great!
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our vet near san francisco (oakley ca usa) is brian speer, dvm center for birds. He,s great!
Thank you. He's on the list.
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