Hamworthy Hedgehog Rescue

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No News…

We haven’t heard from the Vets today about Lucky (and did not have time to call them), so we are working on the assumption that no news is good news….

Seven of the hogs had the last Levacide injection for their first round of treatment, while another 5 had the second of 3 weekly injections of Noromectin (a general wormer).

It’s getting rare to hear a cough now, so hopefully these little blighters are getting clear of lungworm at long last.

We will be starting the second round of Levacide treatment for the first batch of hogs in the next day or to – that’ll make them happy 😛 (some of then REALLY hate the jabs).

Onwards and upwards, as they say.

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