Rabbit Anatomy

Abstract

This bitesize lecture takes a detailed look at rabbit anatomy and so makes an ideal starting point for rabbit revision.  It looks at the sensory organs (eyes, ears and nose), digestive system, dental anatomy, musculoskeletal system, urinary system and the reproductive system.

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How to be a Rabbit Friendly Practice

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This bitesize lecture discusses positive steps that can be taken in order to become a more rabbit friendly practice with the aim of improving rabbit welfare.

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Common Questions Rabbit Owners Ask

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This bitesize lecture answers a range of questions that clients are likely to ask on their pet rabbits.  With the aim of improving the welfare of pet rabbits the lecture is ideal for ensuring that clients get the best advice on caring for their pets and for recognising straight away when the rabbit should come in to see the vet. Topics include diet, vaccinations, housing, bonding and common health problems.  The lecture will be particularly useful for VNs who plan to carry out rabbit nurse clinics.

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Assessing and Managing Pain in Rabbits

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This bitesize lecture focuses on assessing and managing pain in rabbits and will be very useful for those who nurse rabbits in practice.  It looks at signs of pain and types of analgesia in particular.

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The Gambia Horse and Donkey Trust

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This bitesize lecture looks at the work of the Gambia Horse and Donkey Trust and what an amazing experience it is to volunteer with them.  Presented by a previous RVN volunteer the lecture shows different activities the Trust does in The Gambia, including both veterinary health care such as wound management, and education in schools and of owners, and highlights how important it is that VNs do volunteer, for both the donkeys and for the communites as a whole.

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