5/19/11 Jay Karr/The Island Packet--Veterinarian Benjamin Parker and his head assistant, Misty Devlin, hold a pair of fawns at Parker's Bluffton clinic. The unnamed orphaned fawns were born uninjured early Thursday morning after their mother was run over in Bluffton. Parker said the two were full-term and "ready to go."
5/19/11 Jay Karr/The Island Packet--Veterinarian Benjamin Parker and his head assistant, Misty Devlin, hold a pair of fawns at Parker's Bluffton clinic. The unnamed orphaned fawns were born uninjured early Thursday morning after their mother was run over in Bluffton. Parker said the two were full-term and "ready to go."
5/19/11 Jay Karr/The Island Packet--Veterinarian Benjamin Parker and his head assistant, Misty Devlin, hold a pair of fawns at Parker's Bluffton clinic. The unnamed orphaned fawns were born uninjured early Thursday morning after their mother was run over in Bluffton. Parker said the two were full-term and "ready to go."

Bluffton veterinarian develops reputation for helping injured wildlife

June 08, 2011 12:01 AM

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