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Kangaroo

Kangaroo

Another photo of Rodger having an anaesthetic at AZWH. He was approx 2 kgs (4.5 pounds) under weight.

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Kangaroo

Kangaroo

Rodger Eastern Grey Kangaroo joey raised by Members of the public for 6 months. This is up at Aust Zoo Wildlife Hospital within hours of me getting him. He was NOT “toileted” and urinated & defecated in pouch & then slept in it for hours. His testicle were red raw & bleeding he had ‘bed’ sores all over, his fur was ‘dredlock’ & matted. He was put in filtered sun shine daily, never hopped around, wasn’t given dirt, grass & roots to eat. He was unable to stand up because he was so weak. He was euthanased. Then I made cruelty report and after lots of pressure from me, the couple where found guilty & fined $500 each.
I had reported the abuse to Parks and Wildlife but they refused to take any action.

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Kangaroo

Kangaroo

Roger who was raised by Members of the Public for 6 months.
Ridging on Kangaroo joey phalanges (toe nails). Hyperkeratosis. See other posts in Wallaby

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Brushtail Possum

Brushtail Possum

Here is Aden, a Brushtail Possum joey who was being raised by a Licensed Carer who was unable to diagnosis Hyperkeratosis (milk intolerance/allergy). See more photos of Hyperkeratosis in Wallabies

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Wallaby

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

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

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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