Waterfowl Housing Checklist

Waterfowl that require hospitalization may come from a variety of settings, however the basic approach to waterfowl patients remains the same. When hospitalizing any waterfowl patient, there are a number of basic facts to keep in mind . . .

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Pollock C. Waterfowl housing checklist. December 27, 2012. LafeberVet Web site. Available at https://lafeber.com/vet/waterfowl-housing-checklist/