Tag Archives: Rehabilitation

A happy ending and a new beginning

First and foremost, I am delighted to report a successful conclusion to my first foray into foster-care of a dog in need of temporary care following rescue by our local Humane Society. Those of you who have been following me … Continue reading

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Godspeed, Glenda

Those of you who have been following me for a while will recall that I’ve been providing foster care for a puppy-mill dog from our local Humane Society. Here is a direct link to my previous post about her, from … Continue reading

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Glenda, the good #itch of the (mid)west

Before reading any further, please consider that—if you are particularly sensitive to reports of cruelty to animals—you may wish to skip over this post and wait for another of my typically pleasant ones.  However, I hasten to say that the … Continue reading

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Archives (1): The eyes have it

I’ve been having a discussion with my good photo friend Adrian Lewis about bringing great memories back to life through photography, and I mentioned that some of my best memories of my days in veterinary practice are intimately related to … Continue reading

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Wildlife Transport, Part Two

This week’s pickup had a bit more adventure in store for me than the previous ones.  It started out rather routine, with 5 apparently orphaned cottontails with their eyes barely open, a near-adult cottontail with a facial laceration, and a … Continue reading

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Wildlife Rehabilitation

I decided recently to take on a new major activity with my skills and my spare time and joined Nebraska Wildlife Rehabilitation (WR), Inc.  During the first meeting that I attended, at its new headquarters, I also decided to sign … Continue reading

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