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A few more June patients.
Too many to photograph, so here are just a few.
We are receiving such a high volume of calls for sick or injured wildlife at the moment...
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One of our current Fox Cubs clearly having a relaxing time after completely tearing up his hospital kennel overnight ... See MoreSee Less

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Latest hoglet rescued tonight after being found helpless laying on his back by a homeowner in Hazlerigg. The finder moved the hedgehog indoors door warmth while he called for help. Unfortunately, while waiting for help to arrive the little hoglet was fed condensed milk which is unsuitable for animals - he doesn't appear to have taken too much so hoping there has been no damage done.
The little boy hoglet is back with us now having first been warmed up and toiletted before starting his feeds little and often over the next few hours
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Little Hedgehog that has been in care with us for one month. It was collected from a Gateshead vets after it was handed in by a member of the public. On our examination, the hedgehog was found to have extensive cuts all over its body, which we still struggle to think of a likely cause. The photos were too graphic to post on Facebook at the time, but thankfully the hedgehog has shown great recovery to allow us to post this update. Wounds have healed nicely with just a few smaller wounds yet to heal and some spine regrowth before he can be moved outdoors ready for release and his second chance at life ... See MoreSee Less

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Managed to get this hedgehog released back where he was found just over a week ago by a couple in Throckley after the hedgehog was found wrapped in garden netting. The finders did a great job at removing the garden netting that was wrapped tightly round the hedgehogs leg, head and caught in the spines making it impossible for the animal to move at all.
After a week in care, the hedgehog is in great shape and there has been no long term damage and the little hog managed to put on an extra 200g in weight during his stay. A great night for a release inbetween all the other admissions
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