Providing proper medical care for birds requires specialized training and skills. We employ staff veterinarians who possess experience in the care and treatment of birds. Our staff veterinarians can advise you as to the dietary, maintenance, hygiene and medical needs of your feathered friend.
Dr. Dasaro has been honored with the “Veterinarian of the Year” award due to his outstanding qualities and skills that have contributed to a cooperative working relationship between the veterinary community and wildlife rehabilitators.
There is more to wildlife care than selecting the appropriate foods and caging, or having the best tools and equipment. Knowledge and expertise come into play, as do the skill and talent. There is also a huge component of compassion and willingness to give time, money and energy on behalf of those who would prefer not to share our company: the wildlife we help. For wildlife rehabilitators, we rely on our support network, which includes family, friends, and other rehabilitators, our community and last but not least, our cooperating veterinarians.
The New York State Wildlife Rehabilitation Council has presented this award to Dr. Victor Dasaro for his generous work in wildlife rehabilitation. Seven different NYS rehabilitators nominated Dr. Dasaro. Here are a few quotes from their nominations.
“This vet has a love for wildlife that is amazing. I have dealt with a lot of veterinarians as a rehabilitator, but none have the dedication than Dr. Dasaro does” Gary Bell
“Dr Dasaro has a unique capacity to combine professionalism and compassion with every step of an animal’s course of care and with recognition and sensitivity to my interest in each animal I bring into his office. He treats each and very animal with concern, compassion, and respect utilizing every available resource to provide the best possible treatment” Amy Sicina
Dr Dasaro has been involved in the care of wildlife, a member of the Association of Avian Veterinarians, and the American Veterinary Medical Association since 1990. He became a member of the Cornell Feline Center an affiliated hospital of the American Animal Hospital Association since 1993.
His special interests in veterinary medicine include orthopedic and soft tissue surgery, laser surgery, physical therapy and rehabilitation, avian medicine and surgery, reptile medicine and surgery, and hospital management and administration.