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Successful launch of the first Rabbit-CPD-Roadshow

The Rabbit Welfare Association & Fund (RWAF) has reported on the success of its first "hands-on" Rabbit-CPD-Roadshow, which was organised recently at the Liverpool Vet School and was supported by Burgess Pet Care. CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development, thus further professional training.
The roadshow is the only CPD opportunity organised by acknowledged specialists that exists with regard to rabbits. The specialists offer the chance to learn or improve on practical skills in rabbit dentistry and respiratory illnesses in rabbits.
The next roadshow will be staged in Surrey at the Surrey Vet School on 7 September, again covering the topics of dentistry and respiratory disease in rabbits.

|24 August 2017


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