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Talk Via Zoom Re Ear Disease in Rabbits- Bristol Rabbit Rescue Fundraiser


Wise Old Thumper
‘’We’ve got an exciting fundraiser coming up!!
Vet talk with Dr Sonya Miles Exotic Vet! 👩*⚕️ 🩺
Bristol Rabbit Rescue and Friends, in collaboration with Highcroft Exotic Vets and Just Exotics are pleased to offer a talk presented by Dr Sonya Miles, covering ear disease in rabbits. To help raise funds for the rescue, Dr Miles will be discussing how rabbits get ear disease, what options vets can offer in managing these conditions and taking you through some of the often inevitable surgical options when ear disease becomes severe as well as the ideal way to care for these cases as owners at home after these surgeries.
This is a great way to learn more about your pets and raise money for the rescue at the same time. This talk is on Ear disease in rabbits which is an extremely common & serious condition especially in lop eared rabbits.
The talk is via Zoom video call on the 25th November at 7pm and costs £10. If you’re interested in booking please send us a message or email: bristolrabbitrescue@outlook.com
(If you haven’t used Zoom before we are happy to talk you through it!)
Thank you and please share 🐰’’