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Annabella 167 grams (6 ounces)

April 20th 2014 Annabella arrived to live with me for approx 12 mths, when she will go back into the wild to live and make babies. 158 more words

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Wildlife are NOT pets and should never be treated as such. This is so wrong. Wallaby joeys should never be bathed like this. This photo is of a Wallaby in the care of a Registered Wildlife Sanctuary. 68 more words

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This tiny pinkie wallaby joey was given Intravenous fluids by sub-cutanious injection, by a long term carer (30 plus years).
An infection developed and Vets had to put a drain tube in. 65 more words

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Wallaby

Another photo of Beanie’s symptoms of Hyperkeratosis. Beanie escaped from the caring raising him & was brought to me by Good Samaritans that found him.

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Wallaby

Here is another symptom of Hyperkeratosis. Ridging on Phalanges (toe nails). Hyperkeratosis mainly stems from MALNUTRITION (allergy to milk formula being fed on).

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Wallaby

Notice this joey’s lack of fur. This is another symptom of Hyperkeratosis.
This joey was in the care of a LONG term (20+ years) Licensed Carer who didn’t think him not have long dense, water proof fur at this age was NOT an issue.

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Wallaby

This is what happens to Wildlife when it is cared for by people who have no education/training. It is called Hyperkeratosis and this photo shows one symptom of the disease. 20 more words

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