Each Spring, people bring us baby squirrels, bunnies, birds, and other little creatures.  We're glad to help you try to save these little orphans, especially if they're injured

For those of you interested in wildlife rehab, I've written several web pages about this subject on my www.AnimalPetDoctor.com web site.  Please take a look by clicking on any of the links below:

Introduction to baby wildlife care

The care of baby squirrels

The care of baby bunnies

A story about beavers ... just for fun

Caring for baby birds

"Don't Kidnap Wildlife" an article arguing a hands off approach

The Human-Animal Bond

In addition to wild life topics,  Animal Pet Doctor is all about the love and care of pets.

Topics range from the diseases that people get from pets to the history of veterinary medicine.

But mostly it's what to expect when you take your pet to the vet for preventive medicine, surgery, illness, and injury.  I hope you enjoy it.

                                   Thanks, Roger Ross DVM














The FoxNest Veterinary Hospital is a drop off point for injured wildlife where we do the best we can to treat injuries and diseases prior to releasing back to the wild or turning over to a rehaber.

Your donations for this endeavor are greatly appreciated.


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