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The aim of the BVNA is to promote animal health and welfare through the ongoing development of professional excellence in veterinary nursing.
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BVNA Jun 14
Come along & hear keynote speaker at BVNA Congress 2019. Kate will speaking on Friday 11 October "Imposter Syndrome: an explanation and practical steps". To find out more about Kate & the imposter syndrome please visit
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BVNA Jun 13
Join BVNA for a fun night at the races during BVNA Congress in October. Delegates & exhibitors can have a flutter on the horses in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Please visit to find out more...hurry as tickets are limited!
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BVNA Jun 13
RESEARCH PROJECT | Do veterinary professionals and members of the public differ in terms of attitudes, expectations and knowledge as to the role of the veterinary practice in the care of healthy stray and escapee dogs? Please take part by visiting
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BVNA Jun 13
BVNA Congress offers excellent interactive workshops, including Blood Administration, Suturing, Rabbit Anaesthesia and free sessions covering Well-being, Practice Standards, to name just a few! To see the full programme visit
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BVNA Jun 11
Join us for the Vet Nursing event of the year! BVNA Congress offers excellent CPD at affordable prices as well as a bustling exhibition and fantastic social events. Register today for a little as £ 65 per day
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BVNA Jun 10
Introducing Research Bites Research Bites provides an opportunity to showcase your research at BVNA Congress 2019 in bite-sized summaries in the form of a poster and short oral presentations. Find out more
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BVNA Jun 10
Blue Cross search is on to find the 2019 top UK veterinary nurse. To find out more please visit
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BVNA Jun 9
When a rabbit starts to eat less its digestive tract slows down & can even stop. This known as stasis & can be the result of the rabbit experiencing pain or stress. It is vital that owners know the signs & seek veterinary help immediately
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BVNA Jun 8
Flystrike is a painful condition that can be fatal, it is vital that veterinary treatment is sought as soon as possible. Outdoor rabbits that are elderly, obese or unwell are at a higher risk but even young healthy indoor rabbits are still at risk
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BVNA Jun 7
Brachycephalic rabbits have a high risk of health problems due to their flatter face. These rabbits have a high risk of health problems and often require repeated general anaesthetics, dental work and many will also require life long pain medication
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BVNA Jun 7
BVNA Council Elections 2019 | VOTING NOW OPEN! Polls opened on 1st June 2019 For more information on the candidates and the voting process visit our website
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BVNA Jun 6
Neutering is an important part of rabbit care and not just for population control. Entire female rabbits have a high risk of developing uterine cancer before the age of 5 and male rabbits can develop testicular cancer, both of which can be fatal
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BVNA Jun 6
Rabbits are social creatures and should not be kept alone. They need to live in neutered pairs, ideally of the opposite sex and of a similar age and size. This will reduce the risk of bullying and also, allow the correct life stage diet to be fed
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BVNA Jun 6
Replying to @Nightshade82
Hi Julie-Anne, just e-mail membership@bvna.co.uk with your new address details and we will amend our records. This will ensure your renewal information is sent to the correct address. Kind Regards BVNA
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VN Times Jun 5
BVNA Congress is 4 months away, but today our preparations began when Congress Times editor Tom Jackson met up with the 's Angela Mariconda and Lisa Brett. And they have a question for those attending this year’s event… 🎥
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BVNA Jun 5
The Rabbit Welfare Association recommends that a rabbit’s enclosure should be at least 10ft x 6ft x 3ft & comprise of a safe sleeping & exercise area. If given the chance, a rabbit would roam an area the size of an Olympic swimming pool every day!
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BVNA Jun 5
Hay or fresh grass is the main part of a healthy rabbit’s diet and they should eat at least a ball of hay the same size as their body every day! This helps keep their teeth and digestive system working properly
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BVNA Jun 4
Join us for a fabulous evening of glitz and glamour in true Hollywood style during BVNA Congress in October. Walk the red carpet and feel like a celebrity for the evening, but try to avoid the paparazzi! To find out more about BVNA Congress please visit
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BVNA Jun 4
It is vital that domestic rabbits are vaccinated every year against the 3 most prevalent infectious, often fatal, diseases that are endemic throughout the whole of the UK: Myxomatosis, RHD1 & RHD2.
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BVNA Jun 3
BVNA Council Elections 2019 | VOTING NOW OPEN! Polls opened on 1st June 2019 For more information on the candidates and the voting process visit our website
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