Dr. Rand treats injured and orphaned wildlife with the goal of rehabilitation and release back into the wild.
If you have found an injured animal, or any baby animal that has been in contact with a cat or dog (even with no visible injuries), please call or text us right away (24/7). If we do not answer a text, try calling–it may mean that we are on a house call or feeding or treating patients in the center. We will try to help any wild animal–even snakes and insects.
PLEASE DO NOT OFFER FOOD OR WATER TO ANY ANIMAL until you speak to us.
If the animal appears orphaned, please keep a close eye on it, but leave it where it is until you’ve spoken to use or another experienced wildlife rehabilitator.
Many small birds with feathers are fledglings who are supposed to be venturing outside the nest. Rabbit mothers only visit their nest twice a day for very short periods to feed the babies. Does (mother deer) often let their fawns lie out in the grass and are usually nearby. It is detrimental to the survival of the babies if they are taken to a rehabilitator when they could have stayed with their parents.
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE UNABLE TO TREAT EXOTIC PETS, and we are not equipped to answer calls about companion animals after business hours.
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