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Northern fur seal bud rescued from the waters near the island of Hardwicke B.C.



Vancouver Marine Rescue Center rescue center welcomed the new dog stamp in the building.

Handout / Vancouver Aquarium Rescue Center for Marine Mammals

Vancouver Marine Rescue Center rescue center welcomed the new dog stamp in the building.

The north fur north, at the age of seven months, was spotted irregularly in water near the island of Hardwick, by employees of the garlic farm on Monday.

He could not dive and float aside, the dog was rescued by salmon farm workers and transported to the Campbell River with the help of the DFO, and then transferred to Vancouver and arrived at the rescue center on Monday night.

Once there, the rescue center team treats the puppy with subcutaneous fluids, gastric protective agents and antibiotics, and named her Mo.

"She is a puppy since 2018, but she is very small for her age," said Emily Johnson of the rescue center. "It's a dehydrated and serious underweight, which indicates that it fails to progress after it is rejected, but it is empty, which is a reliable sign."

The veterinarian team hopes to make a thorough physical examination in the coming days, and is optimistic about Mo's recovery.

Vancouver aquarium rescue center rescues, rehabilitates and releases about 150 animals each year, most of them sealing ports. The team last rescued and rehabilitated northern fur in 2017.


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