|BIRD CLINIC BY DR. SCOTT MCDONALD
Dear Bird Owner;
This letter is to inform you of an exciting event sponsored by our club. Dr. Scott Mc
Donald will be in Davenport for a bird clinic on Thursday May 9,2019 from 3 - 10 PM.
This event is open to the public. It is a bi-annual event so you don't want to miss it! This
clinic is open to everyone. You do not have to be a bird club member to participate,
however we are a 501c3 organization and rely on our membership for support for the
rescue of abused or unwanted birds. Talk to one of our members about who we are
and what we do, we would love to have you as a member!
Dr. Scott E. McDonald, DVM will be conducting his clinic at the Gymnasium Spectrum at
5330 Carey Ave. in Davenport, Iowa. Surgical Sexing, wing clips, toe nail and beak
grooming, and health exams will be performed upon request.
Dr. Scott also does micro chipping on birds and dogs.
Pet bird exam and grooming:
and surgical sexing:
Don't forget to fast your birds for 4 to 6 hours before coming as all birds are
anesthetized (put to sleep) for any procedure. THIS IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT TO
YOUR PETS HEALTH!! Please bring your own towels.
We will remain open until everyone is cared for. All fees for services should be paid
directly to Dr. Scott E. McDonald, DVM.
DR. SCOTT REQUIRES ALL BIRDS MUST BE IN A CARRIER UNTIL THEY ARE SEEN
BY THE HIM. THIS IS TO ENSURE THE SAFETY OF YOUR BIRD AND OTHERS.
Dr. Scott E. Mc Donald DVM cell number 630-240-2751
For more information and to make an appointment contact Kitty at 563-499-2160 at
home, or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Scott McDonald is a 1975 Graduate of Purdue University School of Veterinary
Medicine. He has over 25 years of experience in avian medicine and surgery.
Dr. Scott helped start Midwest Bird Exotic Animal Hospital in the Chicago area in 1986.
This is an exclusively avian/exotic animal practice. He worked there part-time until
2002. He now has a house call practice called Avian Laparoscopy which consists of
surgical sexing of birds, health examinations, and aviary consultation. His past
experiences include working as a staff veterinarian at the Brookfield Zoo, teaching pet
bird medicine to students at three veterinary schools over a 14 year period, and serving
as the Education Chairman for the Association of Avian Veterinarians for more than 5
years. He has authored over 20 papers concerning avian topics and is an occasional
lecturer at professional meetings and bird club functions.