MMR Marine Mammal Rescue Centre Patient Directory

Puck

Patient Record

Species: Harbour Seal

Patient ID: PV2182

Admitted on: 2021/07/29

Collection Site: Rathtrevor Beach Provincial Park, Parksville

Reason for Admission: Maternal separation

Weight at Admission: 9.2 kg

Patient Status: in care

Time in Care: 50 days (1 month, 2 weeks, 5 days)

Current Habitat: Out of Quarantine

Once a patient has spent some time in quarantine and been given a clean bill of health, they are moved to a larger and deeper tub and leave quarantine. Here they can improve their skills until they are moved to a pool with other harbour seals.

Transfer History

Received from: (Direct to MMR)

Mode of Transport: Norm's Heli

Patient Progress

Fish School Puck is now in fish school. She is currently learning how to eat fish on her own. All pups are initially hand-fed, but later fish is just thrown into their tub to give them an opportunity to dive for, grab and swallow the fish whole, head first. It's something all pups need to learn, and it requires quite some skill. Eventually, Puck will eat entirely on her own at which point she will graduate from fish school.

Patient Updates

There are no updates for Puck yet, but we are working on it. Please check back soon...

Please do not contact the rescue centre for updates. The information published here is the latest, and we will publish more updates as they become available.

Guestbook for Puck

  1. Hi there Puck!! I have a big girl dachshund named Miss Puckett who I love with all my heart. I bet you are just as cute and special as she is. Sending you love, prayers and healing thoughts. Be well my seal friend.

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