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Walking Wild Rescue is not a wildlife rehabilitator and does not care for or intake any wildlife. Although we love our wildlife and work had to protect it, Walking Wild is not a wildlife rehabilitator. If you have found an injured or orphaned wild friend, please see the resources below for the state of Ohio.
Do you have an unwanted wild room mate or issues with your wild neighbors. Have you found an injured or orphaned wild animal? Please contact TLC Wildlife Management. TLC is a non-lethal humane approach to helping you deal with the conflict you are facing. TLC is an amazing resource for the central Ohio community and is owned and operated by a wonderful and knowledgeable animal lover.
Located in Columbus, off of Sawmill Rd, the Ohio Wildlife Center's animal hospital is the best place to take an injured or orphaned animal. Please note that due to caring for animals the staff is not always able to answer the phones. You can just stop by with an animal during business hours if they do not answer the phone.
Looking for a wildlife rehabilitator near you? The Ohio Department of Natural Resources keeps a great list of all licensed wildlife rehabilitators in the state of Ohio.
If you do not live in the state of Ohio, please check with your states department of natural resource, fish and game, or wildlife department for rehabilitators and guidance in your local area.
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Did you know that fox get annual exams and vaccines too? Just like our dogs and cats, it is vital that all of our foxes get annual exams and vaccinations in addition to emergency and ongoing medical care for the many different medical conditions that the crazy genetics of captive bred fox create. We are getting ready for our yearly exam and vaccines and are asking for your help.