No, Although Only by Implication
I really wanted this to be Yes because the fallout from that Yes would be huge. Unfortunately, the Handle Animal skill says in the section Untrained
If you have no ranks in Handle Animal, you can use a Charisma check to handle and push domestic animals, but you can’t teach, rear, or train animals. A druid or ranger with no ranks in Handle Animal can use a Charisma check to handle and push her animal companion, but she can’t teach, rear, or train other nondomestic animals.
Emphasis mine. One can push only domestic animals, nothing wild.
If You Don't Buy This...
If this isn't true, then any encounter with a creature possessing an Intelligence score of 1 or 2 can be obviated by making a Handle Animal skill check (DC 30). That's because "[y]ou can use this skill on a creature with an Intelligence score of 1 or 2 that is not an animal, but the DC of any such check increases by 5." A bandersnatch, for example, is Int 2.