Tagged: rehabilitation

Hugs, drugs and choices: helping traumatised animals - Guest Work

Guest Author Jul 25, 2017

David John Roland, University of Sydney Rosie, like a real-life Babe, ran away from an organic piggery when she was only a few days old. She was found wandering in a car park, highly agitated, by a family who took her home and made her their live-in pet. However, after three months they could no longer keep … Read More

Reflecting on ‘Happy-feet’ and wildlife rehabilitation - Politecol

- Wayne Linklater Dec 01, 2012

It is a magnificent feeling of accomplishment and camaraderie when we rescue, rehabilitate (rehab) and release a wild animal back to its home – the culmination of a considerable emotional, community, and scientific (largely veterinary) investment. Many of us not involved admire the people who rescue and rehab wild animals. We assume that wildlife rehab … Read More