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    Default Rabbit Awareness Week 17th - 25th June 2017

    Wendover Heights Veterinary Centre

    https://www.whvc.co.uk

    Tring Road,
    Halton, Buckinghamshire


    During June we are taking part in Rabbit Awareness Week 2018.
    You are invited to book your rabbits in for a FREE HEALTH CHECK with one of our veterinary surgeons.
    Health checks include;
    > Teeth check
    > Nail check & clip if required
    > Weight check
    > Full physical examination
    > 10% discount on fly strike prevention treatments
    HUGE DISCOUNTS ON VACCINATIONS!
    Rabbit myxomatosis & Viral haemorrhagic disease (VHD1) vaccine:
    RAW offer price £20, usually £39.90
    Rabbit viral haemorrhagic disease (VHD2) vaccine:
    RAW offer price £20, usually £39.90
    Rabbit FULL VACCINATION bundle (myxo + VHD1 + VHD2)
    RAW offer price £35 , usually £58

    We recommend your rabbit has the complete course to give them complete protection.

    Please note that vaccinations must be given AT LEAST two weeks apart.

    We will also be giving 10% discounts on fly strike preventative treatments, treats, hay, worming, food and more!

    > FREE GOODIE BAGS!

    TO BOOK YOUR BUNNY IN PLEASE PHONE THE PRACTICE ON (01296) 623439
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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    Wendover Heights Veterinary Centre

    https://www.whvc.co.uk

    Tring Road,
    Halton, Buckinghamshire


    During June we are taking part in Rabbit Awareness Week 2018.
    You are invited to book your rabbits in for a FREE HEALTH CHECK with one of our veterinary surgeons.
    Health checks include;
    > Teeth check
    > Nail check & clip if required
    > Weight check
    > Full physical examination
    > 10% discount on fly strike prevention treatments
    HUGE DISCOUNTS ON VACCINATIONS!
    Rabbit myxomatosis & Viral haemorrhagic disease (VHD1) vaccine:
    RAW offer price £20, usually £39.90
    Rabbit viral haemorrhagic disease (VHD2) vaccine:
    RAW offer price £20, usually £39.90
    Rabbit FULL VACCINATION bundle (myxo + VHD1 + VHD2)
    RAW offer price £35 , usually £58

    We recommend your rabbit has the complete course to give them complete protection.

    Please note that vaccinations must be given AT LEAST two weeks apart.

    We will also be giving 10% discounts on fly strike preventative treatments, treats, hay, worming, food and more!

    > FREE GOODIE BAGS!

    TO BOOK YOUR BUNNY IN PLEASE PHONE THE PRACTICE ON (01296) 623439
    This is great. I think more and more practices take part in Rabbit Awareness Week - mine usually do similar but for the whole month.


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    I wonder what other rabbit offers are on at vets around the country for RAW?

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    That sounds brilliant MM ! Sadly my dont, but then not many bunnies around here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pets mum View Post
    That sounds brilliant MM ! Sadly my dont, but then not many bunnies around here.

    Yes I haven't heard of vets near me doing anything either... YET!! Hope they will though

    There is a move to 'move away from muesli'

    http://www.rabbitawarenessweek.co.uk

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    Yes I haven't heard of vets near me doing anything either... YET!! Hope they will though

    There is a move to 'move away from muesli'

    http://www.rabbitawarenessweek.co.uk
    I didn't think anyone fed muesli anymore for some reason - although I say that... Atticus and Clementine were on muesli when I picked them up from the breeder which I thought was weird at the time - again though they never had the selective feeding issue

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    When is RAW? I don't think my vets or work are doing anything but I'll make sure to post some info/care tips on the Facebook page!

    If you need help with anything PM me or any of the other forum buddies (name shown in green)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liz47 View Post
    When is RAW? I don't think my vets or work are doing anything but I'll make sure to post some info/care tips on the Facebook page!

    It's 17th - 25th June 2017

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    I didn't think anyone fed muesli anymore for some reason - although I say that... Atticus and Clementine were on muesli when I picked them up from the breeder which I thought was weird at the time - again though they never had the selective feeding issue

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    I think breeders often do still, perhaps it's cheaper for multiple rabbits?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    I think breeders often do still, perhaps it's cheaper for multiple rabbits?
    Yes maybe that's it! Never thought about it like that

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