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Rabbit syphilis – manage the problem

07 March 2018

Sometimes referred to as Vent Disease or Venereal Spirochetosis, rabbit syphilis is a bacterial disease caused by the spirochete Treponema cuniculi.

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Cytology – an essential veterinary tool

07 March 2018

There is so much that can be achieved using cytology in veterinary practice. It’s used almost every day throughout the world providing pathological answers with the minimum of expense, effort and time. By collecting and preparing the best possible sample we can use the information to make a diagnosis, consider differentials and prepare a treatment plan.

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The rabbit examination – 10 top tips

07 March 2018

Providing good quality veterinary nursing care to rabbits can be quite a challenge in practice. In order to achieve we must have a thorough understanding of all their special requirements as well as understanding the common clinical conditions they present with.

In this article we’ve got lots of advice to help you provide the best.

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Urinary diseases in rabbits

07 March 2018

Urinary disease in rabbits, including renal failure, is common. As a species they are sensitive to pain, stress, dehydration and anorexia, all of which can lead to a variety of secondary problems including reduced glomerular filtration and increased calcium secretion into the urine. Below we look at 4 of the more common urinary diseases that result.

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Rabbit nursing care – the 4 essentials

06 March 2018

Follow our 4 essentials guide to provide the best possible care for rabbits in your practise

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Do you have a Social Media policy?

11 January 2018

Do you know what your staff are saying and is it damaging your business?

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