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Wild Mammal Babies: The First 48 Hours and Beyond (4th edition)

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  • Wild Mammal Babies: The First 48 Hours and Beyond (4th edition)
  • Wild Mammal Babies: The First 48 Hours and Beyond (4th edition)
  • Wild Mammal Babies: The First 48 Hours and Beyond (4th edition)
  • Wild Mammal Babies: The First 48 Hours and Beyond (4th edition)
  • Wild Mammal Babies: The First 48 Hours and Beyond (4th edition)
  • Wild Mammal Babies: The First 48 Hours and Beyond (4th edition)
  • Wild Mammal Babies: The First 48 Hours and Beyond (4th edition)
  • Wild Mammal Babies: The First 48 Hours and Beyond (4th edition)
  • Wild Mammal Babies: The First 48 Hours and Beyond (4th edition)
  • Wild Mammal Babies: The First 48 Hours and Beyond (4th edition)
$74.95

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Wild Mammal Babies - The First 48 Hours and Beyond is the definitive rehabilitation manual written by rehabbers, for rehabbers. This updated Fourth Edition includes new information on medications, vaccines, and Parvo treatment.

Written by Irene Ruth and Debbie Gode, MPA, CVT, Wild Mammal Babies contains everything you need to know when caring for orphaned mammals - especially those vital first 48 hours. The result of years spent researching and collecting material from hundreds of wildlife experts and veterinarians, Ruth and Gode include all the information they wish they had known when they first started rehabilitating wildlife. 

Whether you are an experienced rehabber or just want to learn more about rehabilitating animals, Wild Mammal Babies contains a wealth of useful information.

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4 Reviews

  • 5
    Wild babies first 48 hours

    Posted by Lisa on 15th Feb 2024

    Book came fast and in perfect condition

  • 5
    Great resource

    Posted by Katherine on 12th Feb 2024

    I’m not a rehabber, but I volunteer at a rescue and this book has great information on various species, medicine, intake, etc. for someone like me who wants to learn but doesn’t know where to start (because sometimes the internet can be so conflicting). It covers so many topics that most people don’t consider when rehabbing. Only thing I’m not crazy about is how the book is bound; it’s bound via spiral and for a 400 pg book, it can be a little hard to turn the pages.

  • 5
    Great book

    Posted by Charity M on 6th Feb 2024

    This book is an absolute must have for any rehabber. Its knowledge and resources go beyond any other.

  • 5
    I see why this book is so highly sought after and rated.

    Posted by Martha on 26th Jan 2024

    Great reference material for licensed wildlife rehabilitators!

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