This curious animal finds himself in all sorts of situations. Find out how you can help.
Baby Bunnies have a 90% mortality rate when humans intervene. Learn more about how you can help them.
Baby squirrels are usually chilled and dehydrated when separated from their mom. What can you do to help?
The shy opossum often does not need our help. But there are a few scenarios where they do. Click here to find out more.
This gentle, non-aggressive creature may find himself in strange places because of nearsightedness. How do you help him find a way out?
Did you know many types of birds leave the nest and spend 2 - 5 days on the ground before they can fly?
Warming a baby is a critical step in ensuring its’ survival. Click for step by step instructions.
Wild Again is a registered Non Profit animal rescue located in Spring Valley just east of Dayton, Ohio. After nearly two decades of rehabilitating orphaned, injured &/or sick wildlife to be returned to their natural environment, we now pay it forward through wildlife education. Our goal is to guide people who have an interest in becoming rehabilitators as well those who just appreciate the wildlife in their own back yard.
Wild Again is home for many relinquished, abandoned and/or abused domestic farm and companion animals. Our devoted team of volunteers are committed to aiding in the healing
journey for these deserving animals .
The rescue is supported solely by public donations.
Founders Barb & Gary Gay are both avid animal lovers whose lives have been dedicated to caring for and educating others about quality of life for all species of animals
As a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, Wild Again is dependent on public donations to raise the revenue necessary to care for the animals. Donations are tax deductible.
Donations may be made via PayPal.