VIDEO: Wildlife rescue volunteers called to hedgehog attacked by dog in Uckfield

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Wildlife rescue volunteers were called to a house in Uckfield last week to reports of a hedgehog having been attacked by a dog.

Kathy Martyn and Trevor Weeks MBE, from the East Sussex Wildlife Rescue and Ambulance Service (WRAS), attended the property in Firle Green. Upon arrival, they found the dog in question was rather small, so unlikely to have caused major injury.

Mr Weeks MBE said: “Kathy checked over the hedgehog and gave it a thorough examination but found no sign of injury or illness.

“The chap was in good body condition so he was released back into the garden where he quickly ran off under the decking to hide.

“It was not far from where we had released a family last year. We scanned the hedgehog but it was not one which we had microchipped. It was nice to see a healthy hedgehog for a change.”

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