The BSAVA continually strives to provide resources to assist in veterinary practice and contribute to professional development. We are pleased to provide access to a series of online resources to complement the BSAVA Manual of Exotic Pet and Wildlife Nursing. We welcome your suggestions for resources that would be useful for your practice. Please email your comments and suggestions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Handouts are provided as PDF files with a text box in the top right corner where you may add your practice details prior to printing out.
|Basic training for your parrot||Handout||284.90 KB||Download|
|Hand rearing garden birds||Handout||109.06 KB||Download|
|Introducing a new pet rabbit||Handout||285.47 KB||Download|
|Feeding your rabbit a healthy diet||Handout||291 KB||Download|
|Housing your rabbit||Handout||238 KB||Download|
|Looking after your older rabbit||Handout||198 KB||Download|
|Should I have my rabbit neutered?||Handout||242 KB||Download|
These handouts are the copyright of BSAVA. Readers may print out, copy and distribute these forms to their clients only as part of their consultation. Other than adding practice information, these handouts may not be altered in any way or used for any other purpose without prior written permission of the copyright holder, and may not be sold.
© British Small Animal Veterinary Association 2012. While the editors and the BSAVA have made every effort in preparing these materials, clients are advised to consult their veterinary surgeon and seek his or her professional advice before taking any steps set out in these documents. The publishers, contributor and/or the BSAVA does not accept any liability for loss or expense incurred (by you or persons that you disseminate the materials to) as a result of relying in particular circumstances on statements made in these documents. The publishers, contributors and BSAVA cannot take responsibility for information provided on dosages and methods of application of drugs mentioned in this publication. Details of this kind must be verified by individual users from the appropriate literature.