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Dr. Karen Shenoy

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Practice Development Veterinarian

Local Address: Minnesota, United States
Hill's Pet Nutrition , Inc.
400 Sw 8th Ave
Topeka , Kansas 66603
United States

Company Description: Hill's Pet Nutrition Inc. manufactures Hill's® Prescription Diet® brand pet foods, therapeutic pet foods available only through veterinarians, and Science Diet® and...   more
Background

Employment History

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Education

  • DVM
    University of Minnesota
  • BS , Veterinary Science
    University of Minnesota
  • MN
17 Total References
Web References
NWRA Wildlife Medicine Course | National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association (NWRA)
www.nwrawildlife.org, 9 Feb 2015 [cached]
Dr. Karen Shenoy demonstrates fluid therapy techniques to veterinary students.
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Karen Shenoy
Dr. Shenoy has a BS in Veterinary Science and DVM from the University of Minnesota. She currently works full-time as a Practice Development Veterinarian for Hill's Pet Nutrition, Inc. She also works occasional hours as a Staff Veterinarian for the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota (WRC) in Roseville, MN. Dr. Shenoy has been involved with WRC since 1997 and worked full-time as Staff Veterinarian and Nurseries Director from 2004 to 2008. During veterinary school, she sought out as many opportunities to work with wildlife species as possible, completing elective rotations at the following institutions: Minnesota Zoological Gardens, The Raptor Center, Tri-State Bird Rescue & Research, Inc., the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife, and the Wildlife Center of Virginia. She also serves as adjunct faculty at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine, where she lectures to veterinary students about wildlife medicine. She has taught several courses as part of a local veterinary technology program and is a member of the NWRA Veterinary Committee, the editor of the third volume of Topics in Wildlife Medicine, and a past member of the NWRA Board of Directors.
Dr. Karen Shenoy treats a ...
lawraonline.com, 1 April 2008 [cached]
Dr. Karen Shenoy treats a variety of wild animals, not only birds, as a staff veterinarian at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota, in the Twin Cities area.
Dr. Shenoy's first piece of advice for practitioners who receive a wild animal is: "Put your own safety first,and the safety of the other patients in the clinic."
How to proceed depends on the location of the clinic, in terms of local rules and local resources.Minnesota veterinarians can possess a wild animal that falls under state laws for 48 hours before transferring it to a rehabilitator.Around the Twin Cities, veterinarians can transfer an animal to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center right away.
In areas without a wildlife center, the veterinarian might want to treat the animal.Dr. Shenoy said practitioners should consider their experience and equipment in deciding how to handle an animal.
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"Minnesota is one of the states that is pretty forward in wildlife rehabilitation," Dr. Shenoy said, adding that some states are still establishing permit systems.
Dr. Shenoy mentioned that the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center began in 1979 as a student group at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine.She gives lectures to veterinary students at the college on basic wildlife medicine and rehabilitation.Some other veterinary colleges offer similar lectures for students.Veterinarians with the National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association, including Dr. Shenoy, also visit veterinary colleges to offer the NWRA Wildlife Medicine Course.
Interest in wildlife medicine seems to be increasing among veterinary students, Dr. Shenoy said, but the typical clinic is not the ideal place for wildlife.When possible, she said, the best approach might be to send people who bring in wild animals directly to a nearby rehabilitator.
"The basic take-home message is know who you can refer people to," she said.
NWRA Wildlife Medicine Course | National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association (NWRA)
nwrawildlife.org, 7 Feb 2012 [cached]
Dr. Karen Shenoy demonstrates fluid therapy techniques to veterinary students.
...
Karen Shenoy
Dr. Shenoy has a BS in Veterinary Science and DVM from the University of Minnesota. She currently works full-time as a Practice Development Veterinarian for Hill's Pet Nutrition, Inc. She also works occasional hours as a Staff Veterinarian for the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota (WRC) in Roseville, MN. Dr. Shenoy has been involved with WRC since 1997 and worked full-time as Staff Veterinarian and Nurseries Director from 2004 to 2008. During veterinary school, she sought out as many opportunities to work with wildlife species as possible, completing elective rotations at the following institutions: Minnesota Zoological Gardens, The Raptor Center, Tri-State Bird Rescue & Research, Inc., the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife, and the Wildlife Center of Virginia. She also serves as adjunct faculty at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine, where she lectures to veterinary students about wildlife medicine. She has taught several courses as part of a local veterinary technology program and is a member of the NWRA Veterinary Committee, the editor of the third volume of Topics in Wildlife Medicine, and a past member of the NWRA Board of Directors.
Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota
www.wrcmn.org, 15 May 2009 [cached]
Karen Shenoy, (no email) Veterinarian
Louisiana Wildlife Rehabilitators Association - Where the wild things are
lawraonline.com, 9 Dec 2007 [cached]
Dr. Karen Shenoy treats a variety of wild animals, not only birds, as a staff veterinarian at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota, in the Twin Cities area.
Dr. Shenoy's first piece of advice for practitioners who receive a wild animal is: "Put your own safety first-and the safety of the other patients in the clinic."
...
Dr. Shenoy said practitioners should consider their experience and equipment in deciding how to handle an animal.
...
"Minnesota is one of the states that is pretty forward in wildlife rehabilitation," Dr. Shenoy said, adding that some states are still establishing permit systems.
Dr. Shenoy mentioned that the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center began in 1979 as a student group at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. She gives lectures to veterinary students at the college on basic wildlife medicine and rehabilitation. Some other veterinary colleges offer similar lectures for students. Veterinarians with the National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association, including Dr. Shenoy, also visit veterinary colleges to offer the NWRA Wildlife Medicine Course.
Interest in wildlife medicine seems to be increasing among veterinary students, Dr. Shenoy said, but the typical clinic is not the ideal place for wildlife. When possible, she said, the best approach might be to send people who bring in wild animals directly to a nearby rehabilitator.
"The basic take-home message is know who you can refer people to," she said.
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