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    SSPCA Release Injured Deer

    http://www.theedinburghreporter.co.u...into-the-wild/

    .....correct me if I am am wrong but I recall something about you having to have a license to release wild deer?

    If that is the case I wonder whether the SSPCA had the license
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    Royal Dick vets hospital eh! sounds very exclusive.

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    You only have to look at the SSPCAs telephone number quoted to see what high regard they hold themselves in

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    “Deer are extremely susceptible to stress so we’re very grateful to this lady who helped ensure that we made things even worse by locking the deer in a strongly smelling dog kennel for a couple of days..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunting Solutions View Post
    “Deer are extremely susceptible to stress so we’re very grateful to this lady who helped ensure that we made things even worse by locking the deer in a strongly smelling dog kennel for a couple of days..."

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