Wild Heart Ranch
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Wild Heart Ranch

10491 S. 4190 Rd, Claremore, OK 74017
(918) 342-9453


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Sandy Brooks has been part of Wild Heart Ranch since shortly after she moved home from Nashville. A mother dog and her pups were dumped at Sandy’s gate and taken to Wild Heart Ranch for help. Sandy later called to check on them and found out they went to a wildlife rescue. Sandy, passionate about wildlife rehabilitation, jumped on board to get licensed by the State and assist with the work of raising hundreds of infant wild animals. Several years later, Sandy assisted in founding and funding the non profit so it could expand and grow and be a full time, all species, all situation facility.

Annette King Tucker began this venture in 1996 after purchasing a small farm outside of Claremore Oklahoma to “get away” from it all. Assisting wayward animals having always been a passion, it was natural for Annette to begin populating her farm with various animals in need. It wasn’t long before a friend brought her a pair of orphaned raccoon kits, and the rest is history! She discovered her life’s purpose in the welfare of two little masked bandits having nowhere else to go, and Wild Heart Ranch was born!

Located in Rogers County, north of Claremore Oklahoma, Wild Heart Ranch is a State and Federally licensed rehabilitation facility for all species of wildlife needing orphan support, injury treatment or disease recovery. With husband Robbie Tucker and a dedicated staff of volunteers, Board of Directors & sponsors, Annette has created a strong and capable place where all wild animals, as well as some severe cases of suffering domestic animals, can receive professional medical and supportive care until they can be released back in the wild. At the end of 2010, more than 15,000 wild animals have left our facility with a second change at survival. Claremore veterinarian, Doctor Lesleigh Cash Warren of Hooves Paws and Claws animal clinic, has dedicated her skills and time to provide medical treatment and advise care since Wild Heart Ranch first opened its doors.

Wild Heart Ranch is available 24/7 for emergencies. They cannot typically take in homeless dogs and cats, but will advise or assist any other way possible. Wild Heart Ranch cares for and assists all animals, but the facility is not capable of housing domestic rescues.

Wild Heart Ranch is a 24 hour wildlife medical clinic and pre-release care facility operated as a hospital for wild animals who are often frightened and recovering from trauma. Though they want to share this experience with everyone, public access is strictly limited to respect reduce stress and limit interaction between people and wild animals. They share their work with this web site, blog, books, stories and newsletters, and constantly update their Facebook page.

Wild Heart Ranch would like to thank Dave Pettigrew, for this AMAZING web site that he built and hosts at no charge. He wants donation money spent for animal care, and this is how he helps do it! Obviously his skills and talent are top of the line and far more than we could ever afford. If you have a need of website services, do yourself and your business a favor and let Dave work his magic and in turn, contribute to a business that contributes to us all!!

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Needed Supplies

Here you will find a list of supplies that we need. A fast, easy way for you to donate wish list items to us is through our Amazon Wish List.

 

We need the following items year round:

Corn chops, crimped oats, alfalfa, good quality hay (square bales please)

Baby flaked rice cereal

Good quality dry puppy or dog food

Canned puppy, dog or cat food

Newspapers (we throw away inserts, but we will seperate them for you)

Jarred baby food (any kind)

Raw meat (Old or freezer burned is fine, nothing rotten and no pork please)

Antibacterial Liquid dish soap (Dawn Preferred, but I’ll take anything!

Laundry detergent (Any kind)

Paper towels

Trash bags

Gift certificates to any agriculture store or pet store

Cash for special needs items for whatever may come in for care

Medical supplies such as gauze, ointments, wraps etc

Any animal supplies such as food & water bowls, cat trees or beds

Stuffed animals in good condition (will hold up in washing)

Cleaning supplies such as lysol, Pine Sol, Bleach, hand soap, etc

Pecans, peanuts, frozen berries, trail mix, raisins, grapes

Soft baby blankets

Unfrayed towels

Rodent supplies for our feeder mice (hamster, gerbil supplies, etc)

Wild bird seed for winter feeders for return releases

 

In addition to the above these supplies are most needed for Spring and Summer:

Baby flaked rice cereal

Bath towels, linens

Fresh Goats milk

Lamb replacment powder

Old blankets

Shower curtains or vinyl table cloths

Play pens in good condition

Silicone bottle nipples

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