All Of Dr. Hines’ Guides On Wildlife Rehabilitation
These articles are dynamic. I write, add and correct them between caring for injured animals, fielding the Texas Parks & Wildlife answer-line and dealing with online inquiries from dog and cat owners. There is usually more than one road leading to the same destination – a successful release back into the wild. If you have questions, if you want to make suggestions, if you would like to correct errors (we all make some) or if you just report what works for you or chat, . email me
Should I Become A Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator? Is It The Right Thing For Me?
A Guide To Basic Hygiene And Sanitation
A Guide To Basic And Specialized Supplies
A Guide To Cages And Pens
A Guide To Nutrition
Should I Also Give Vitamins And If So, Which Ones?
Some Signs Of A Wildlife Vitamin Deficiency
A Guide To Parasite Control
A Guide To Mites And Lice And How To Eliminate Them
A Guide To Medications
Dealing With Dehydration & Heatstroke
Repairing Cracked Turtles & Tortoises
Feeding Orphaned Wild Doves & Pigeons?
Raising Nightjars Nighthawks And Whip-poor-wills
A Guide To Raising Killdeer And Plovers
How Fast Should Baby Birds Grow?
How To Fix Spraddle Leg
What Are Feather Stress Bars?
Bird Wrist And Coracoid Injuries And How I Treat Them
Leg And Wing Fractures In Wild Birds And How I Repair Them
Broken Legs In Song Birds And How I Repair Them
What To Do For Birds That Can’t Or Won’t Eat
Gout In Birds
Robins Grow Up
Salmonella In Birds
What Odors Can Birds Smell? What Flavors Can Birds Taste?
Rodent & Rabbit Tooth Problems
What Happens When Birds Molt?
Collisions, Vision Problems And Eyeworms
What Vaccinations Do Wild Animals Require?
The Wildlife Disease Experts
I Found A Baby Bird – What Should I Do? Rescuing Them, Raising Them, Their Food & Care
Caring For Orphaned Cottontail Rabbits
Caring For Orphan Fox Squirrels
Caring For Orphan Flying Squirrels
Caring For Orphaned Baby Opossums
Should I Have My Pet Opossum Spayed Or Neutered?
Murine Typhus And Opossum Fleas
Caring For Orphaned Raccoons
What Is Baylisascaris, And Why Do I Need To Know?
Cardiomyopathy In Opossums
Dr. Hines’ Articles on Dog Heath, Cat Health, Ferret Health, Pet And Wild Bird Health, Turtle, Iguana And Snake Health, Wildlife, Zoo and Exotic Pet Medicine and Health and Wildlife Rehabilitation
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