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Everything You Need To Know About Rabbits, Including Treatment And Care

13 years ago
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5th February, 2009 00h00


Iain Boardman, CE of WIN, at the launchResponding to the results of a survey taken from the UK colleges and universities offering animal care courses, Wildlife Information Network (WIN) has researched and now published its much acclaimed CD-ROM "Rabbits: Health and Management". This new publication, which covers all aspects of lagomorphs (rabbits, hares, pikas, and the domestic breeds) should be in every veterinary practice and college library. There are specific sections for veterinary nurses, FAQs, and even information for children wanting to keep a pet bunny. "It is probably the most comprehensive collation of information on this subject", said Iain Boardman, CE of WIN, "and like all Wildpro volumes, it is heavily referenced back to source documents". The new Wildpro volume was launched at a well attended reception held at The Farmers Club, where many of the project sponsors were represented. Mr Iain Boardman gave a short talk about WIN, the rabbit project, and the wish to now research the next requested volume on mustelids "Ferrets and their Relatives: Health and Management". For a short period, WIN is offering the CD-ROM at a 20% introductory discount and it may be purchased off the WIN Website at www.wildlifeinformation.org http://www.wildlifeinformation.org. The Wildlife Information Network (WIN) is a charity dedicated to making information on the health and management of captive and free-ranging wild animals, and emerging infectious diseases, available to wildlife professionals and decision-makers worldwide. WIN was set up in 1992 and became a registered UK charity (No. 1048059) in 1995. The Wildlife Information Network is also registered as a US Not-for-Profit organisation.

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