Wild Heart Ranch is located in Claremore, Oklahoma. We provide medical or infant support to any indigenous wild animal in need of assistance and release it into suitable wild habitat once care is completed.
Assistance in our area for all animals from people who try to make a difference.
Please do not forget that all of the individuals listed below who rescue animals do so with their own money and resources. Donations are important to keep these people going. Thank you.
We cover the whole state of Oklahoma. We take in cats, dogs, birds, small critters, reptiles, and farm animals. - wildlife and large exotics are referred out to those with the proper licenses.Intakes and Adoptions are done by appointment only.
Phone number: (918) 245-7387
Deb Butkus, located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Rescues English, Bullmastiffs, Neapolitan, French.
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
We work with shelters to rescue Great Danes in need and will also work with individuals as space allows. We always have Danes available and looking for homes.
Email contact prefered: email@example.com
Phone Number: Jan Cates - (405) 260-0026
Phone Number: Scott Thornton - (405) 694-3208
Specializing in the Dalmatian breed and breed mixes
PO Box 98, Newcastle, OK
Phone Number: (405) 699-7358
Chuck Crawford, PO Box 6201, Norman, Oklahoma 73070
Phone Number: (405) 227-9879
Barbara Linden, Certified Trainer, Insured Pet Sitter, AKC Judge
Classes are located at the Regional Animal Care Center, 1201 N. Lynn Riggs Blvd, Claremore, OK 74017
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone Number: (918) 343-2177
(State and Federal)
Phone Number: (918) 342-9453
(State and Federal)
Phone Number: (580) 446-5679
Mayes County, (Temporarily Closed)
Specialty: Squirrels, Rabbits, Fawns, Opossums
Phone Number: (918) 519-9802 or (918) 274-9055
Verdigris animal rehab facility
Phone Number: (918) 266 8804 or (918) 850-5042
Phone Number: (918) 773-5031
Phone Number: (918) 482-2376 or (918) 231-1226
Manford-South Tulsa County
Phone Number: (918) 369-3769
Phone Number: (918) 322-5339
Phone Number: (918) 245-8756
Deb Crater, Broken Arrow County
Phone Number: (918) 366-9897
Kathy Siftar, Broken Arrow County
Phone Number: (918) 455-6627
Carol Mcgraph, Jenks County
Phone Number: (918) 299-4014
Stephanie Yuill, Tulsa County
Phone Number: (918) 254-7870
Marilyn Murphy, Tulsa County
Phone Number: (918) 663-3858 or (918) 663-3849
Angel Horse Rescue, Inc, Inola
Phone Number: (918) 607-5983
Phone Number: (918) 283-1548 or (918) 698-1508
Jan Patterson, Beggs County
Phone Number: (918) 267-4955
April Heeland, Claremore County
Phone Number: (918) 343-2045
Darla & Daniel Krug, Tiawah County
Phone Number: (918) 740-0789
Verdigris animal rehab facility, Kurt and Patti Beckelman, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
Phone Number: (918) 266-8804 or (918) 850-5042
Darla & Daniel Krug, Tiawah area
Phone Number: (918) 740-0789
Safaris Sanctuary, Broken Arrow
Phone Number: (918) 357-5683 or (918) 357-5079
Tiger Safari Park, Tuttle Oklahoma
Phone Number: (918) 414-9365
Phone Number: (918) 282-1479
Phone Number: (918) 425-1374
Debbie Hendryx, Washington, Tulsa, Rogers, Osage and Nowata counties
Phone Number: (918) 361-9153 or (918) 396-4189
For assistance with a wolf/wolfdog, email details and photos to FreedomsSongWolfRescue@gmail.com.
Hooves Paws and Claws, large and small animal clinic in Claremore (across from Wal Mart)
Phone Number: (918) 342-1509
Forrest Trails, Tulsa at 101st and Sheridan
Phone Number: (918) 299-8448
The Squirrel Store was created to provide convenient, one-stop shopping for all your squirrel needs. I'm always trying to find new things to add to the store whether it be squirrel gift items or squirrel food.
Phone Number: (918) 853-2421
Phone Number: (918) 343-2177
Phone Number: (918) 585-3721
Waggin Tails, Racquel Ringling, Pryor, (Temporarily Closed)
Debbie Sutton, Claremore Area
Phone Number: (918) 341-6083
Adam Douglas, Claremore/Tulsa Area
Phone Number: (918) 521-5625
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Phone Number: (336) 798-2004
Under Current Oklahoma State Law, wildlife rehabilitators cannot trap and relocate nuisance wildlife unless they carry a trapping permit, which most of us do not.
We recommend Ned Bruha, aka "The Skunk Whisperer" of Total Wildlife Control for our area. Ned DOES NOT needlessly kill wildlife. It matters!
Oklahoma City Area: (877) 423-9453
Tulsa Area: (918) 261-4444
"Humane Wildlife Removal & Prevention, Done Right The First Time."
If you have come to this page looking for assistance with a wild animal you have found, I am here to help. I believe that one of the most important duties of a licensed rehabilitator is to offer compassionate and patient instruction to anyone who is attempting to save a life. As you may know, it might be illigal in your State for you to care for this animal. It may not be wise to keep it, but to seek professional care through a local licensed rehabilitator. No amount of instruction can replace the experience that can save this life. Contact your local sherrif's dept for a game warden or veteranarian to find a proper and legal facility.
Now then, there are always times when there is nobody to take in and care for this creature. That is how I got started. If you are willing to do the work, I am most willing to help you. This little animal's care is my FIRST concern. I will help in any way I can.
THAT out of the way, I prefer you call me directly at this point. I am available 24 hours a day, every day to assist you. Yes, I could list step by step instructions here, but I would like to encourage over the phone contact. There may be things missed here that I can only find out by talking to you. My phone number is (918) 341-9629.
If you can't reach me immediately, leave a message. I WILL call you back. I have a lot of animals to attend, but I check for messages constantly.
Now, basic initial instructions until that time. Keep in mind that these apply to MOST orphan situations. If it doesn't make sense, use your best judgment.
Your animal is going through some intense stress having been rescued by a human. Within this creatures instincts, you are the predator and have captured him. He is most likely NOT calm and still. He is frozen in fear, or worse, has given up. Time to remove the stress ASAP.
A dark box, container, ANYTHING that will remove sight and as much sound as possible and still allow him to breathe, prepare it with a clean towel, rags, socks, anything to give this animal something to snuggle and hide in. If the baby feels cold to the touch, it needs a heat source. A heat pad on low, under HALF the container can be used, or a heat lamp. Make sure the area warmed for the baby is not much warmer than your arm pit.
Do not feed or water anything until you talk to someone that knows exactly what to do. Water can kill birds if not properly given, and ANY procedure to wildlife while under extreme stress can be deadly. Remember, less is more on the first day.
Improper diet is a BIG problem. Like all wildlife centers, we take in dozens of sick animals every year who were healthy when initially found. These animals have STRICT dietary needs, especially as infants. Milk for human consumption is NEVER an option. Goat milk works great for fawns, but small mammals need formulas that are relatively inexpensive considering the price they will pay if they dont get what they need. Never guess on feeding. Wait to hear from me, again my phone number is (918) 341-9629 or e-mail the wildlife experts at email@example.com.
I love my job and I am here for anyone who needs to know what I know. Thanks for being responsible and compassionate and looking for assistance.