A reminder to vaccinate your pet rabbit

Rabbit owners are urged to take precautions to protect their pets. A new strain of Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease is being released and can be spread very easily by direct contact (bunny-to-bunny) or indirect contact via insects. Click here for the full Media Release: ‘Reminder for Pet Rabbit Owners’ from the Department of Agriculture and Food [...]

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Our NEW V-Gel airway tubes – A safer anesthetic for Rabbits and Cats

Keeping a patient safe whilst under anaesthesia is a crucial part of surgery for our vet nurses and vets. For our smaller patients like cats and rabbits, it can be a bit trickier and the ET tubes used (similar to what are used in human medicine, that are inserted down the airway) can be too big [...]


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