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Even a superhero needs a spa day.
Batman gets a much-needed makeover.
Learning to be a pig.
If we were to rate dramatic entrances, Wally would win.
Oh so Speedy
Mammoth donkey, massive charm.
Long ears, sweet hearts
Fiero and Lucky join the herd at Horse Haven.
Maybe she's born with it..
Baby Claire is runway ready.
Strolling down the lane
Sid is red carpet ready
Laser therapy helps Rusty
Abandoned in Las Vegas, Rusty's luck was about to change.
Ornery to obliging
Being an 'only child' led Diesel down a rocky path. Now the trail has smoothed out and so have Diesel's manners.
Life's a beach.
Catching some rays, wiggling toes in the sand and taking a swim...not a bad day at all.
Meet Tippy Toes
Napping is an important component of looking and feeling your best ― especially if you are a resident of Marshall’s Piggy Paradise.
Left to fend for herself in a car junkyard, Toyota has made a fantastic recovery.
Sometimes you need a little more time.
Crash and learn. This young ferruginous hawk needed some help.
Thug life: Goat edition.
Doesn't it look like Sid has a grill?
Gromit, where are your ears?
Friendly and curious, Sid and Gromit are La Mancha goats.
Junk food junkie squirrel.
A rather portly squirrel arrives at Wild Friends for care.
Hazel doesn't let the past hold him back.
Despite a poor beginning in life that included unsanitary housing, poor nutrition and little interaction with humans, Hazel is making rapid progress. He is appreciating his fresh new start and is really starting to shine.
What do you do when you learn that a couple of the koi in the welcome center pond are not feeling well? If you are a veterinarian at Best Friends, you dive right in.
Red-tailed hawk and bronze beauty, meet Echo
Echo is a red-tailed hawk that came to Best Friends many years ago after being found in Salt Lake City. Sadly, one of her wings was damaged beyond repair. Because of her injury, Echo could not be released back into the wild.
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