Our veterinary advisor, Professor John E Cooper FRCVS and his wife Margaret E Cooper, are out in Kenya at the moment and they too are supporting World Wildlife Day.
Haith’s Veterinary Advisor Professor John E Cooper FRCVS and his wife Margaret recently returned from another four weeks in East Africa where, amongst other things, they provided training at a new veterinary clinic in Musanze, Rwanda, and continued their teaching and research programme in Kenya.
Although increasing numbers of people in East Africa are interested in wild birds - and some put out food to attract them...
Working as a wildlife vet in Kenya conjures up images of helicopters, four-wheel-drive vehicles, capture guns and an army of field workers and anti-poaching rangers.
What is the importance of Hygiene and Garden Bird Feeding. Click here to find out.
Avian Pox and wild birds by Professor John E Cooper DTVM, FRCPath, FSB,CBiol, FRCVS - Customers of Haith’s, in common with many other members of the public, will have heard on radio or television about current concern regarding the spread of avian pox disease amongst wild birds in Britain.