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Do you have info that will help the wildlife in our area? If so, please forward to:

Domestic Friends:

Veterinary Organizations:

Consultant (Cornell University)
A diagnostic support system for veterinary medicine

The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

veterinary links page


Dog Show Photos 05/02 - Tinicum Park, Bucks County

Dog Show Video 05/02 - Tinicum Park, Bucks County

Animals we eat!


Bucks County SPCA - Street Road, Lahaska, PA 215-794-7425
Monday through Saturday / 10am to 4pm, Tuesdays 10am to 7pm,
Closed Sundays

SPCA Animal Shelter - 576 Stamets Rd, Milford, NJ 908-996-2525
Open 7 days a week, from 10:00am to 3:00pm.
Rt. 513. to Rt. 519. Go a mile and a half into the village of Mt. Pleasant. When you pass the general store, make the first left onto Stamets road and then another left into driveway. Proceed slowly to the right to reach the shelter.

The Greyhound Project Inc.

Rescue Animal Placements   (RAP) - Chadds Ford/Doylestown
List of pets



Beaver: How to protect your more valuable trees (but leave some for the beaver)

Misc Wildlife Photographs #1


The AARK Foundation  
Twining Bridge Rd, Newtown, PA 18940  
A non profit - Wildlife Rehabilitation & Education Center Taking in and caring for wild animals, with the goal of releasing them back to their habitat.
Note: Their website lists details on what to do if you find an orphaned animal.

Tips from the AARK:

Emergency Feeding:
Very young birds should be fed every 30 minutes from sunrise to sunset. If you cannot get the bird to a licensed rehabilitator immediately, you can   feed it this temporary diet: Take a handful of dried kitten chow and soak  it in water until it cannot absorb any more. Feed the bird tiny pieces of  this mixture from a child's watercolor brush or the blunt end of a flat  toothpick. Only give the bird two mouthfuls every 30  minutes.

  • Keep a firm grasp on the toothpick and place the food far back in the  gaping mouth, above the tongue.

  • Wait for the bird to swallow before giving it another piece of food.

  • Do not feed milk or bread to baby birds. (They cannot digest it.)

  • Never squirt liquids into a bird's mouth. (Birds have a small hole at the base of their tongue that leads directly to their windpipe and lungs. Squirting liquids into a bird's mouth can cause the bird to develop pneumonia.)

  • When In doubt, call the Aark. (215) 968-4963