Good Morning from Koda. He is the Newfoundland that I rescued a few weeks ago. He was starved and had heart worms and will eventually need eye surgery. I waited until he was healthy enough to get his vaccines, we had that done yesterday and his heart worm treatments are going to be around $1,000. since he is such a big boy. If anyone would like to help Koda with his vet bill it can be made through my Magnolia Fawn Rescue’s PayPal:
Rain, rain go away and take the mud with you! We have had rain all week and it is still going to rain the rest of the week. We had alittle break so Jesi came out of the fawn barn to stretch his legs! Look at him go!!!!🦌
Exploring Dolly's pen. That high stepping is normal cautious behaviour! You can't see it in the video but there are 4 wild yearlings headed toward the pen from the forest. A perfect new experience for these 3.
I have a lot of new followers I’d like to say hello and welcome to and give you a little information about myself... I’m a Volunteer Wildlife Rehabilitator licensed by New York State, I specialize in Whitetail Deer. Primary care are fawns. Fawn season begins May 1st sometimes earlier throughout September 15 when are regulations state they must be released back to the wild. Every season is different. I’ve rescue 30-80 fawns a season. Obviously not all fawns survive their situations. The fawns in my care are either sickly, injured, abandoned (rarely), taken by humans, attacked by predators or domestic dogs, hit by cars etc... I show you 60second videos from a very long detailed, involved 24 hour day. The fawns are NEVER imprinted or habituated to humans. I’m am the ONLY one allowed near or with the fawns. When they are released, they are wild and will never go near another human other than myself. I try to answer as many questions as possible but if I miss something urgent please DM me. Education is also very important to me and spreading the word. I have a link in my profile for ways of support if you’re interested. I am not a nonprofit but I am a volunteer. Thank you for stopping by ❤️ #bestnonpayingjobever#welcome#kisses
Here is the new little fawn we picked up yesterday. She seems to be doing good so far but capture myopathy is a strange thing, it can kill a deer instantly or take weeks to slowly shut down the muscles. I have decided to name her Little Margie because the caller’s name is Margaret and 2 of my favorite Aunts are Marjorie. I am also naming the doe with the broken leg Betty after 2 more of my favorite Aunts. Later today I may move Little Margie in with Bobo.❤️PayPal.me/magnoliafawnrescue
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