Rowley Animal Hospital

46 Leslie Rd
Rowley, MA 01969


Rowley Wildlife Rescue


At Rowley Animal Hospital we have a passion for helping sick or injured wildlife.  We work with a network of local wildlife rehabilitators, Cape Ann Wildlife (CAW), to ensure all wildlife gets the care it needs for the goal of successful release back into the wild.  

Dr. DiBoot is a state and federally licensed wildlife rehabilitator and has experience treating many species from hawks and owls, to other birds, turtles, snakes, and a range of mammals.  She started helping injured wildlife when she saw the neighbor's cat attack a chipmunk as a child.  She did her best to try to save the chipmunk and from there her love of helping sick and injured animals grew.  You could say her love of wildlife helped spark her interest in becoming a veterinarian!  

We do not charge the public for bringing us sick or injured wildlife, but Cape Ann Wildlife is in great need of donations, both monetary and supplies.  This local organization helps support us by caring for animals needing rehabilitation.  Please click the link below for ways to donate and for more information about our local wildlife rehabilitation community!

Cape Ann Wildlife (CAW)

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We are not trappers and follow all state and federal regulations in regards to treating wild animals.  If you are concerned about the health or condition of a wild animal, please contact your local animal control officer for advise on how to proceed.  If you are in possession of a sick or injured animal, please call us at (978) 948-2118. 

If you found a baby animal, please visit these links for information on what to do next (Squirrel, Rabbit, Raccoon, Bird).  If you don't see the animal listed or if it is injured or sick, please call us at (978) 948-2118. If you have a healthy, uninjured orphan animal in need of a wildlife rehabilitator, please visit for a list of rehabbers in Massachusetts.

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