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Supreme Petfoods sponsors lectures at the London Vet Show

Supreme Petfoods is sponsoring two lectures on improving clinical outcomes for rabbits at London Vet Show this year.

RCVS specialist, Molly Varga, is giving a talk entitled Hoppily ever after – managing long term mobility disorders in rabbits at the event, which takes place in November.

RVN and director of Lagolearn, Jo Hinde’s talk is Many Hoppy Returns: nursing rabbits with chronic mobility issues. Both talks will take place on Thursday 16 November in Gallery Suite 17, at 1pm and 3pm respectively.

Claire Hamblion, Supreme marketing manager, says the impact of mobility problems in rabbits is often underestimated, “The consequences of conditions such as pododermatitis and arthritis can be devastating if the owner doesn’t know how to adapt handling techniques, husbandry or diet.

“The talks will provide information about creating long term care plans and making adaptations in-clinic to ensure these patients receive high quality care.”

The lectures are free to attend for LVS delegates and as rabbit sessions tend to fill up quickly, attendees are advised to arrive promptly for the start times.

For further information visit Supreme Petfoods at www.supremepetfoods.com.

About Sara Cork

Sara Cork

Sara Cork is the editor of Pet Gazette. She has nearly eight years’ experience in consumer and B2B titles. Feel free to drop her a line with any stories or feature ideas.

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