Scarlett The Cat: From Homeless To A Hero

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The interesting thing is that it was not a first time, when David saved poor animals out of a fire: ten years before he has already taken a wounded dog after the fire to the North Shore Animal League, where he was cured. The animal had badly burnt hair and legs, swollen eyes and ears damaged. The kittens were placed in nice families in pairs not far from North Shore Animal League, which continued to take care of Scarlett and her children during all her life.

Injured Deer Finds Clinic

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Workers at an Ohio pet shop are used to worried pet owners bringing their animals in to be treated in the store's clinic. Manager Trudi Urie says the wounded doe was hanging out behind the store and then ran through an open door into a stockroom. Staff members made sure the animal couldn't enter the shop area and called police and a veterinarian. Lucky deer! She was treated and then released.

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How a Farrier can treat a horse with club foot

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A Farrier is a professional with a very unique set of skills, they are able to care for and treat ailments found in hoofed animals including horses, ponies and some other animals. In the case of horses it is vital that they have their nails trimmed and looked at on a frequent basis as this is an essential part of the animal in terms of their mobility. guest post pet care

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Black Bear

Animal Person

During a brief moment of insanity after the death of my pet kitty Brady in 1991 (at the age of 17), I attended Vermont Law School to study Environmental Law. He was bleeding from several bullet wounds, and visibly in excruciating pain. I hadn’t yet perfected the art of not getting hysterical when I saw an injured animal, so I was quite a sight, I’m sure.

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Fizzle’s Story

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Hospice Tails is a series of true stories about my experiences with pets and patients as a hospice social worker. Although I adore my own cats, I had not realized what an important role animals can play as life draws to a close. Then I noticed that several family members were also nursing bleeding wounds. I’m calling animal control,” I said finally. The animal you’re calling about is a teacup poodle?” Two men from animal control arrived about an hour later.

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