Ep 71: Raising awareness of rabbits’ environmental needs, with Suzanne Moyes

Now in its 16th year, Rabbit Awareness Week 2022 is taking place from 27 June to 1 July. The event is backed by the Rabbit Awareness Action Group (RAAG), which comprises some of the UK’s largest animal welfare organizations and charities, and is led by Burgess Pet Care. This year’s theme is “Room for rabbits”, … Read more

It’s Feline Hypertension Awareness Month – VetNurse News – Vet Nurse

In case you’ve missed the start of the national celebrations, it’s Feline Hypertension Awareness Month (FHAM), which offers an opener for dialogue with pet owners about the impact of hypertension on their cats. The campaign is being fronted this year by a number of social media influencers, appropriately including Cat the Vet, aka Cat Henstridge … Read more

Thank you to ‘incredible’ nurses during VN Awareness Month

Veterinary nurses – the doting advocates and voices for the pets in our practices and hospitals. As a vet in a busy emergency hospital, I have the utmost appreciation for our incredible incredible hard work and the compassion they show – not just for our patients, but towards each other. Special thanks, this month, has … Read more

Free BEVA membership for RVNs during Vet Nursing Awareness Month – VetNurse News – Vet Nurse

The British Equine Veterinary Association is offering a free membership to RVNs during Veterinary Nursing Awareness Month, giving you access to the association’s online learning platform which has over 150 hours of equine CPD resources, as well as access to its clinical journal, EVE. In addition, BEVA is also giving free access to one of … Read more

Rabbit Awareness Week will start on 27th June – VetNurse News – Vet Nurse

The Rabbit Awareness Action Group, led by Burgess Pet Care, has announced that this year Rabbit Awareness Week will start on the 27th June and focus on rabbits’ environment. The ‘Room For Rabbits’ campaign follows research in which 38% of vets said they think rabbits’ environment is the most neglected welfare need1with over a quarter … Read more

Survey shines light on lack of cognitive dysfunction awareness

More than a quarter of all cat and dog owners are unaware their pet can develop cognitive dysfunction syndrome. A survey commissioned for Vets4Pets as part of a wider campaign to raise consumer awareness of the condition and improve early detection also found half of respondents would not be confident identifying early indicators of it, … Read more