Rescuing Wild Animals

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"Anyone who really loves animals has at some point in their life probably wished they could do more to help animals in distress. It?s very difficult to watch an animal suffer and not be able to help. Fortunately, there are people who have learned how to help. These people usually refer to themselves as animal rehabilitators.

There are several areas of expertise the animal helper should posses. Although each species has very unique requirements for food, medicine, health care, and stress management, many of the basic protocols are the same for any animal. The following information is universal and basic to the care of any rescued animal.

Going into the field to pick up an injured or sick wild animal can be a little tricky. There are many things that come into play when going after an angry animal. The situation can be dangerous to both the rescuer and the animal. Every rescue will be unique and will require careful execution, but following set procedures can increase the probability of a successful rescue. If you get in the habit of starting your rescue in a way that has proven successful and then are consistent in rescues, you will make fewer mistakes.

Keep in mind that while reviewing this information, there is always more than one way to complete any task. Gathering information from many sources and coupling the information with your own experiences is the best way to become successful."

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