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NOTE: Our website has changed. Please visit rabbit.org for our new website and http://rabbit.org/resources-for-veterinarians/ for our new Veterinary Resources pages.

Veterinarian Listings

     HRS Veterinarian Listings by State and Country
     How Can I Be Added to the HRS Veterinarian Listings?


Resources for Veterinary Professionals

     MediRabbit.com
     Professional Organizations and Online Discussion Groups
     Rabbit-related Textbooks and Reference Materials for the Practitioner
     Participate in the Rabbit Health Database Project
     Pre- and Post-operative care of Rabbits
     Articles on Specific Diseases and Medical Concerns
     Medical Bibliography
     "Standards of Care in the 21st Century: The Rabbit," by Peter Fisher, DVM. Journal of Exotic Pet Medicine, Vol. 19, No. 1 (January), 2010: pp. 22-35. (pdf file)
     Behind the Scenes Assistants: Veterinarians and HRS
     HRS Positions on Common Rabbit Health and Husbandry Issues


Veterinary Conference Materials     
     Report on Our First House Rabbit Veterinary Conference
    We still have a few copies of the DVD's of the 1997 HRS Veterinary Conference. Veterinarians who are interested in purchasing copies can contact HRSMissouri@aol.com for more information.
    Encephalitozoon cuniculi - Associated Phacoclastic Uveitis in the Rabbit: A Review
    Encephalitozoon Cuniculi
    How to Manage the Geriatric Rabbit
    Ileus in Domestic Rabbits (from Exotic DVM)
    The Importance of Analgesia (Pain Control) for Pet Rabbits
    Pet Rabbit Basics and Techniques
    Pre- and Post-operative care of Rabbits
    Why not to give Yogurt or Dairy to Rabbits
 


Posters and Handouts     

The following handouts and posters may be downloaded and printed by any veterinary office, shelter or rescue organization; however, they must be printed “as-is” with no changes, additions or alterations. Note that any of the 8.5 x 11 pages may also be increased in size at printers (such as Kinko’s) to 18” x 24” poster size.

8.5” x 11”

18” x 24”


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