December 2008 – So many of the successful Greenwood tales are those of compassion and perseverance. The story of the Swift Fox, a species rare to Colorado, is no exception. Found immobile by the side of the road last fall, this young girl was brought to the Center by our veterinary colleague, Dr. Combs.
While scraped and bruised, the major concern was a serious eye abrasion. Was the eye salvageable? If not, her chances of hunting and surviving were nil. That’s when our team went to work. Her eye needed constant lubrication. The lid was swollen, hemorrhaged, and rolled back-she was unable to close it.Read More »A Swift Release