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Is your vet rabbit friendly?

Postby RWAF » Wed Nov 21, 2012 12:54 am

Is your vet rabbit friendly? The RWAF holds a list of rabbit friendly practices. To be included on the list, vets must be members of the RWA AND complete a questionnaire that gives us some information about their practice so that we can gain an idea of how rabbit friendly they are. We need a named vet at the practice also, as not all vets in the practice may be as good as others with rabbits.

If you think your vet is good, and would like them to be on the rabbit friendly vet list please ask them to join and we will send them a questionnaire. Other benefits of joining are here:
http://www.rabbitwelfare.co.uk/pdfs/RWA ... IPINFO.pdf

They can join on line here:
http://www.bunnybazaar.com/HRWAMVP/Memb ... bscription

We also have an International Vet membership that enjoys the same benefits as UK vet practices.
http: // www. bunnybazaar . com/ HRWAMVPI/Membership-Subscriptions/Join-the-RWA--International-Veterinary-Membership- Subscription (remove spaces to use)
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