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Animal Medical Clinic Veterinary Clinic Southwest Wildlife wildlife rehabilitation sanctuary




In the fall of 2016, SWCC received a generous gift from For Those Without a Voice.  The gift was a donation of funds to expand our clinic!

Working together, FTWAV and SWCC are aligning our missions to "reverse misfortunes and secure promising futures for Arizona’s children and animals" and to "save our wildlife, one life at a time."  This amazing donation expands the ability of SWCC to provide needed care for the increasing number of wildlife that comes through our door every year.  The new hospital will be one of the premier wildlife veterinary clinics in the west.  The 2600 square foot facility features:

Leo, SWCC's beloved leopard/jaguar hybrid, receiving a routine medical examination.

  • Large, well-lit two table surgical suite
  • Surgical preparation and recovery room
  • Designated neonatal ICU
  • Large animal room for equines, bears and lions
  • Separate radiology room
  • 2 animal holding areas
  • Laboratory and pharmacy areas
  • Oxygen therapy available in each room
  • Staff office and restroom
  • Public restroom

“In addition to increasing our ability to care for Arizona’s wildlife, the new hospital will allow us to expand our internship programs to educate the future stewards of our wildlife.”  ~ Linda Searles, Executive Director SWCC


The designated neonatal room comes in handy during the busy baby season. The nursery is equipped with incubators and everything we need to give babies 24-hour care, 7-days a week.

Vet Tech James O'Brien and volunteer veterinarian Dr. Rich Fisher apply anesthesia to our sanctuary owl, One Eyed Jack, in preparation for removal of a benign mass from his missing eye.

Thank you For Those Without a Voice for expanding our ability to care!


Help save our wildlife, one life at a time.