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Vet for Coons in southern Indiana

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Vet for Coons in southern Indiana

Postby voorhees18 » Wed Apr 27, 2016 12:23 pm

I have two baby coons. Male and female. Was wanting to get them spayed and neutered. Can anyone help with ANY info as to a vet in Indiana that would help us. Thank you!
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Re: Vet for Coons in southern Indiana

Postby pat » Wed Apr 27, 2016 2:38 pm

I don't know of any vets in indiania. did you call tiny tracks, he might know. If I can find any, I will let you know.

one thing I would like to mention, when you do get them fixed, please stay with them, mostly when they are coming out of sedation.
I took a 6 month old raccoon to the vets for neuter last year. he died after right after he started coming out of sedation.
I personally think he was not monitored afterwards. so please be careful, it was so very heartbreaking for me.
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Re: Vet for Coons in southern Indiana

Postby Ash » Wed Apr 27, 2016 2:57 pm

Asking Tiny Tracks is not a bad idea since they breed raccoons. They're busy at this time of year, but if you shoot them a quick email, they might get back to you.
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Re: Vet for Coons in southern Indiana

Postby TurboTheTaz » Tue Sep 04, 2018 5:17 pm

I know this is an old thread, but Dr. Kerley in Fort Wayne is a wildlife vet. He has experience with raccoons.


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