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New Wildlife Rescue And Rehabilitation Forum

16 years ago

8th November, 2006 00h00

VetClick has set up a new dedicated Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation forum. Moderated by Caroline Gould, the founder and manager of Vale Wildlife Hospital & Rehabilitation Centre in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, a purpose-built wildlife hospital on a 30-acre site, dealing with between 4 - 5,000 casualties every year. They have the capabilities to deal with any eventuality and the hospital is equipped with full veterinary facilities including x-rays and intensive care. Their aim is to release casualties back into their natural environment as soon as they are fit. Vale Wildlife Hospital and Rehabilitation Centre is now recognised as one of the leading authorities on wildlife rescue and rehabilitation in the UK. If you have any wildlife health or general knowledge questions, come and post them in our forum.

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