How to nurse wildlife patients
Stacey Vickery, Ashton Hollwarth
Friday, April 2, 2021
This article provides a basic outline of nursing of wildlife patients, from initial contact and triage through to kennelling and rehabilitation. Most wildlife presentations are debilitated or injured and require immediate veterinary attention and nursing care.
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