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Seagull Rehab

28 Jul 2018

Based as far away from the sea as we possibly can be it isn’t that often we get in gulls. However they are well known scavengers at tips and do come inland to see what human food they can scrounge. This cocky young gull came in last week and is eating all on his own. […]

Authur’s Re-homed

19 Jul 2018

Arthur has has gone, we are all missing him, however we are very happy, he’s in a great home. Its not everyday we re-home pigs, let alone commercial pigs that grow very large, but Arthur has gone to an amazing home. Arthur now lives with Lisa, Bart and Maggie who we re-homed a few weeks […]

Magic gets a Life Long Home

17 Jul 2018

Over the weekend we dropped off Magic one of our Dartmoor ponies to his beautiful new home. He is now living as a companion pony with a lovely mare called ‘Cariad’. She wasn’t too pleased to be sharing her field at first but we are sure they’ll both be friends soon. Lucky little Magic.

Happy Birthday Boris – 10 Today

05 Jul 2018

Boris is a very luck boy, he has today reached the grand age of 10, not particularly naturally old for a cow, however very few cows get to reach 2 years let alone 10. Boris was born blind, his birth deformity was caused by his mother having BVD, ultimately though his blindness has saved his […]

Little Owl

29 Jun 2018

This little fella came in with a broken shoulder and broken leg. We took time looking at radiographs and discussing his recovery and surgery/pinning of bones. He underwent surgery and has now had his splints and bandages off, his muscles seem to be building back up every day and he will soon go into an […]

Roe Deer Rescue and Release

17 Jun 2018

Back in April we took in this doe Roe Deer, she was admitted to our hospital during our Spring Open Day. This poor girl had been hit by a car and sustained injuries all over her body, in particular her legs. After a course of antibiotics & pain killers for severe infection to one of […]

Lisa, Bart and Maggie Re-Homed

16 Jun 2018

Three years ago, we took a call to see if we would take in four piglets that had been dumped in a bucket, outside a vets in London. We took them in, they had just been born, their umbilical cords still attached. We successfully hand reared them, sadly, when the boys went to be castrated, […]

When should I Rescue Birds?

30 May 2018

At the best of times we received dozens of calls about birds, at this time of year with so many babies around, we get overwhelmed and sadly turn many away, many of which should not have been interfered with in the first place. Before you intervene to rescue any bird, please consider the following points; […]