Integrated Treatment for an Injured Red Fox Kit (Vulpes vulpes): A Case Study
Keywords:Red fox, Vulpes vulpes, TCVM, acupuncture, PROM, physical therapy, wildlife rehabilitation
Combining western veterinary medicine protocols with traditional Chinese veterinary medicine and physical therapy to treat a traumatically injured red fox kit led to a successful outcome and eventual release of the young fox.
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