Rabbit Clinics

 Abstract

This lecture focuses on the running of rabbit clinics by Vet Nurses in practice, and goes through everything needed to be discussed with the client during the clinic. Subjects such as vaccinations, neutering, feeding, housing and common illnesses are discussed, as well as the practical side of setting up of clinics, educating owners, and the clinical examination within the clinic.  Weight clinics are also discussed as well as the ‘Bunny check’ and the lecture shows how important both such clinics can be in ensuring a better standard of health and welfare for pet rabbits.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding of the difference that can be made to rabbit health and welfare by running rabbit clinics
  • Knowledge of the subjects needed to be discussed with owners at the rabbit clinics
  • Confidence in successfully running rabbit clinics and making a real difference to the lives of pet rabbits.

Author

Claire Speight A1 Clinical Coach RVN C&G Cert Nursing Exotic Species MBVNA

Notes

For more information about rabbit care see www.rabbitwelfare.co.uk and www.fatfluffs.com

This is an Accessible lecture.  It  can be viewed without the need for sound.

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