Listed below is a chronology of our Website updates and coming attractions so you can take part in our evolution as a premier avian educational source. The subcategories will also guide you to the latest topics influencing The BIRD Clinic, our clients, and the California Pet Industry from the
Media News Event : An event demonstrating how The BIRD clinic was recognized for advancing avian medicine as well as helping officials in Orange County deal with exotic avian problems.
The BIRD Clinic Handouts : Our handouts are an extension of our educational goals. All of our educational handouts have been reviewed, updated, and expanded in 2017.
Detailed offered services : The services offered by The BIRD Clinic are now expanded and further explained with pictures as well as words.
AAV 2003 Conference Lectures - Various lectures from the 2003 conference including many on ideas dealing with feather picking pets.
Beak Surgery - Updated pictures of "Festus" out to 163 days post surgery (2004)
The Oldest Bird? - Analyzing a report of Winston Churchill's bird still alive at 104 years. Q&A #5
Assembly Bill 202 (AB202) - Became law September 1, 2004. Please check the link to the actual document that was past into law. Protect your future bird purchase. No petstore in the State of California can sell an unweaned baby bird. Make sure the petstore complies.
Dairy Products - These are NOT safe for your bird. Contrary to "Urban Legends" dairy products can kill. Please click and read this explanation. The BIRD Clinic sees 3-6 cases each year.
True Digital Radiology is here! - We said it was coming and it is here. Eklin system and Dr. Nemetz in 2005 developed the first in the world direct digital radiology (DR) system and techniques for the avian patient! (Look at what digital can do). Even now, over 10 years later, it is still the most detailed imaging system in the world.
The Year 2006 - 2007
It has been a long time coming but the new BIRD Clinic opened May 9, 2007.
The Year 2017
This year Dr Nemetz will host three veterinary students in a continual goal to spread quality avian medicine. It takes a lot of donated time but Dr. Nemetz feels it is important to help teach our future veterinarians how to care for our feathered friends everywhere they may live in the world. There are many changes going on in the avian veterinary community and unfortunately there are fewer practitioners seeing bird cases so it is important to spark and nurture the passion in the ones that want to learn more about the wonderful world of birds.