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Denver Zoological Foundation
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Denver Zoo: News Room - 2009
Dr. Felicia Knightly has been promoted to Denver Zoo Senior Veterinarian after Dr. Kenny's retirement.
Dr. Knightly has been with Denver Zoo since 1997.
She now manages all hospital operations and oversees the veterinary care of the Zoo's 3,500 animals.
Her experience is wide-ranging and includes multiple trips to Madagascar to research the conservation of lemurs.
Bert also suffers from joint problems ...
Bert also suffers from joint problems and receives hippo-size doses of arthritis medication, said Felicia Knightly, an associate veterinarian at the Denver Zoo.He also has some dental issues, she said, but still eats well.
"More and more, you need to be a good geriatric practitioner," Knightly
It's clear, Knightly
said, that Blossom's hearing and vision are not as sharp as they were, and the big cat seems to show a bit of senility at times.
"You have to be like, ,Hello, look at me,'" Knightly
Addressing reports that a shoe and ...
Addressing reports that a shoe and blood were found inside the tiger enclosure, Police Chief Heather Fong said police had no information that anyone had put a leg over the railing, and no shoe In this Aug. 21, 2003 photo, Tatiana, reacts as Denver Zoo staff veterinarian Felicia Knightly, left, and vet tech Cindy Bickel, right, prepare to administer a de-worming medication during a medical check-up at the Denver, Colo. zoo. (Karl Gehring, The Denver Post)
Dr. Felicia Knightly has ...
Dr. Felicia Knightly has been promoted to senior veterinarian of the Denver Zoo.
She has worked for the zoo since 1997.
Denver Zoo: News Room
Nias remained interested in the infant while we provided critical care," Senior Veterinarian Dr. Felicia Knightly said.
We'll miss him terribly," says Senior Veterinarian Dr. Felicia Knightly.
Frosty was a relatively new, but still popular resident of Denver Zoo
He was born at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo in Cleveland, Ohio in 1984 and came to Denver Zoo from Tulsa Zoo in 2006.
never fathered any cubs.
She will be so missed," says Senior Veterinarian Dr. Felicia Knightly.
Voda was a very popular resident of Denver Zoo
for 21 years.
arrived from Riverbanks Zoo (Columbia, South Carolina) in 1987 and was one of the first residents of the newly-opened Northern Shores exhibit.