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June 9 - Dr. Kristin Sinclair - living with a disabled, handicapped, or chronically ill bird.
How As companion birds live longer due to better nutrition, husbandry, and veterinary care, many of us are living with older birds that may have survived injuries that in the past might have been fatal. There are also growing numbers of companion birds with chronic conditions such as arthritis, heart disease, and other ailments requiring adjustments to housing or the need for chronic medication administration. Dr. Sinclair will help us learn how to cope with these issues and provide the best possible care to our aging and disabled feathered friends!

Dr. Sinclair, a New Hampshire native, received her veterinary degree from the University of Tennessee in 2005. She then completed a small animal rotating internship at Garden State Veterinary Specialists in 2006, and an avian and exotics internship at the Broward Avian and Exotic Animal Hospital in 2007. She completed a residency in Companion Animal and Exotic Pet Medicine and Surgery at the University of California, Davis, and has now moved back home to New England, where she is on the veterinary staff at Kensington Bird and Animal Hospital. Her interests include soft tissue surgery and small mammal medicine, particularly small rodents. She is owned by one elderly cat, three rats, and two leopard geckos; when not spoiling them, she enjoys reading, hiking, baseball and softball, and soccer. Dr. Sinclair is also a very recent newlywed, and The Parrot Club extends its congratulations to her and her new husband!

 

Organization Profile

The Parrot Club is a non-profit organization founded in 1974 by a group of people interested in spreading the fun and enjoyment of exotic birds. The Parrot Club meets the second Tuesday of the month, March through December, with a picnic in August. There is social time from 7-7:30 p.m. followed by a program.

Our Mission

Our mission includes enhancing the knowledge and enjoyment of exotic birds for our members, encouraging preservation and conservation of all avian species, and introducing the general public to the joys and responsibilities of keeping and caring for companion birds.

Contact Information

The Parrot Club meets at the Veteran's Memorial Clubhouse
100 Sunset Ridge Road
East Hartford, CT  (directions)
General Information: info@theparrotclub.org

Mailing Address 

P.O. Box 463
Hartford, CT 06141-0463

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