Dr. Sherri Cox
Dr. Cox is a graduate of the Ontario Veterinary College (OVC), and the founder of the National Wildlife Centre. She was the Associate Dean and Chief Operating Officer of the Ontario Veterinary College Health Sciences Centre where she oversaw the new design and implementation of the Animal Cancer Centre, the Primary Health care Centre, and the initial design of the Companion Animal Specialty Hospital. Dr. Cox currently teaches wildlife medicine and rehabilitation at the University of Guelph, the National Wildlife Rehabilitator's Association, and at the International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council. She has worked at a companion animal emergency hospital and has provided veterinary business consulting to companion animal practices. Dr. Cox treats everything from birds to bears, and mice to moose, including helping many endangered species. She is dedicated to protecting Canadian wildlife as an integral part of our environment. You can learn more about Dr. Cox through this website: https://nationalwildlifecentre.ca or by watching an episode of the television show "Hope for Wildlife".