This one causes a lot of arguments so this is the bottom line as agreed by the Hedgehog Researchers acrossRead more
HelpWildlife.co.uk · 10 August · You’ve been up since 6am when the babies needed their first feed. It’s been constantRead more
I mentioned this happening on a previous post, here is a collage of photos from another rescue that has justRead more
We spent a lovely day at Hamworthy Park Fete with our information stand, giving out leaflets and fliers, speaking toRead more
With help from Tracy & Karen clearing out the shed, and doing about 20 tip runs, Jaymz and me haveRead more
We received a call via the RSPCA about a hog trapped in a trench in Douglas Road, Upton. Luckily heRead more
A builder clearing out a garage before starting works found a nesting mother with two hoglets in. He did theRead more
Daisy is still struggling with her bad leg, which is badly bruised and swollen, she is still unable to weight bear on this leg – we think that she may end up losing the leg.
Other than that, the wound on her face has healed, but we’re not sure if the eye is OK or not still. She is eating and drinking well, and seems fine in all other respects.Read more
We were called out to a hog in need of help by a dog walker on Wednesday, but despite a thorough search, were unable to find him.
The next lunchtime, some good news – the hog that we were looking for had been found and brought in to us.
He was wandering around erratically and going in circles. He didn’t seem to see Dawn, the finder, or even roll up when she him picked up.
He was dehydrated, and had what look like bite marks on the left side of his face and nose, and a bald patch with 2 puncture wounds under his neck.
He had had subcut fluids, and was placed into a quiet box with food.Read more
In the last two weeks we have had several phone calls to report very sick/injured hedgehogs – which the finders did not pick up and make safe. This meant the injured hedgehogs somehow manage to crawl away and were not found. They would then have to spend often days on end just slowly suffering and dying! If they had been picked up, we could very likely have saved their life, or at least put a humane end to their suffering.Read more