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Welcome to Vale Wildlife Hospital

& Rehabilitation Centre.
We are available by phone from 7am - 5pm daily
for help and advice concerning sick, injured
or orphaned British wildlife.
The hospital is staffed 24/7 so casualties can be brought to us at any time (no need to ring first).
CALL US ON 01386 882288 (7am-5pm)

We rely on public support to continue our work.

Our running costs are around £25,000 per month.
Please help if you can.

Donate via Paypal
(Paypal account
not needed)

Even the smallest of donations will enable us to help more wildlife casualties.

Number of casualties treated so far this year: 2,385

Number of animals currently in care at Vale: 386
Total number of casualties treated in 2014: 4,041

BADGES & PINS
(inc BADGER CULL)

Casualties can be brought to us at any time.

Unfortunately we are often not able to collect
small animal casualties from you as our staff are needed in the Hospital itself.
We rely on you bringing the animal in to us.

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The UK's wildlife faces more problems today than ever before and unfortunately most of these problems are caused by people. A vast majority of the casualties we treat at Vale have sustained their injuries through coming into contact with humans:
road traffic accidents, cat and dog attacks, fence injuries, mower and strimmer incidents, habitat loss, building work, new roads, snares, the list is endless.
Some people say that injured wildlife should be left alone, we shouldn't interfere but should 'let nature take it's course'. That would be fair comment if the problems encountered by our wildlife were 'natural' but very few are,
and I believe we have a duty to try to put right the damage that we are doing. 
 
 Caroline Gould, Founder & Manager, Vale Wildlife Hospital & Rehabilitation Centre