Dr. Marshall graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 1983. Following graduation, Dr. Marshall worked in a mixed animal clinic in Camrose, Alberta. His focus shifted to swine health and production management, and has been working within the field for the last 37 years. He has worked with Multinational Swine Breeding companies, Canadian Swine Breeding companies, integrated commercial Swine companies, family farms and Hutterite Colonies in Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia and Montana.
In 2006, Marshall Swine began to officially provide Poultry Health Services, though Dr. Marshall has a long standing interest working with poultry. While working in general practice, he frequently worked with birds of all sorts, from ostrichs to budgies. Now, he works with broilers, broiler breeders, table layers and turkeys and works with producers to help ensure flock health.
In 2009, Dr. Marshall joined the University of Calgary Veterinary Medicine to teach the new generation of students about Swine herd health and production. Marshall Swine and Poultry Health Services is proud to be apart of the Distributed Veterinary Program as a Teaching Hospital, which allows for fourth year veterinary students to gain practical clinical experience in the field of swine and poultry production.
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During his (rare) downtime, Dr. Marshall enjoys swimming, cycling, and fly fishing, and in the winter, cross country skiing. Dr. Marshall has been married for 41 years to Wendy and has 3 children, and now has been blessed with four grandchildren. Dr. Marshall has been apart of the Camrose community for 41 years and continues to enjoy and support the Camrose area.
Dr. Frank Marshall
Many of you may recognize this sweet face when visiting the clinic. Zoe has been the "clinic cat" for 19 years and continues to go strong! She loves treats and loves attention. At your next visit, make sure to say hi to Zoe!