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Upon initially receiving an animal, we document the animal's information, such as species and circumstances under which it entered into our care.  Some animals benefit from a de-stressing period before we observe and examine them.  Other animals might need immediate care or can tolerate being looked over right away. They are then placed in their comfortable accommodations to start getting adjusted to what will be their home until they are transferred, released, or adopted.


Once the animal is looked over, having any wounds observed and gathering further information such as the animal's body score, we will often take the animal for a vet visit if it is warranted. This is when we can obtain certain medications for different cases or have more advanced procedures performed if needed. We come up with a plan that best suits each individual animal.


Husbandry & Care

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Proper husbandry plays a major role in rehabilitation. We make sure that all animals receive the proper diet and supplementation they need to thrive and aid in recovery while in our care. The provided substrate and housing depends on both the animal's natural needs and treatment plan. Feeling comfortable and secure is something we heavily prioritize for the animals in our organization as stress greatly hinders any animal's well-being and progress. We take into consideration every aspect that might benefit the animal. 


Every case is unique. We always strive for the best possible outcome for the animal. Patients might be fully rehabilitated with us all the way to release or adoption; while others might be transferred to another facility that is more suitable. There are also times when the most humane and compassionate result might be euthanasia.  Along with our own professional skills and knowledge, we utilize a network of veterinarians, rescues, wildlife rehabilitators, and other animal professionals to assist in making sure that no matter the case, any animal that enters our care only receives the best possible outcome. 

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