Dr. Will Fowlds – Vet and Conservationist, relates the personal emotional conflict that he experienced on being called to treat a rhino that was still alive after having his face mutilated to hack away both horns in a poaching incident. Will had known this rhino from birth and was now faced with the awful decision as to whether there was any chance of saving the animal, or whether it would be more appropriate to put him down.’

Difficult emotions that bring tears and heartache, its brave men like him that leave us with hope. I encourage you to take the time to watch ‘The Vet’s Dilemma’.

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