How to create a rabbit friendly practice and run a successful rabbit clinic

MGI Brash
Sunday, May 1, 2011

The development of rabbit clinics ensures that when rabbits are taken to a veterinary practice, they receive a high level of service and their owners are given good quality information. This increases the clients' confidence in the veterinary practice, as well as their ability to look after their pet rabbit — a practice can soon become known for its ability to look after rabbits well.It is time for veterinary practices to move away from, ‘it's only a rabbit!’, and to deliver the same high standards of care and treatment that are given to cats and dogs.This article provides a step by step guide on how to run a successful rabbit clinic.

How to create a rabbit friendly practice and run a successful rabbit clinic
How to create a rabbit friendly practice and run a successful rabbit clinic

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