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alling All Rabbits

Time for your photo opportunity

For some time now I have wanted to write some children’s pet care books aimed at responsible pet ownership and choosing the right pet BEFORE you buy one! The lovely people at 5M publishing have got the ball rolling and I am almost finished with the first one of the series. I’ve started with rabbits because so many of them are so badly neglected and misunderstood.

So, all you rabbit owners, vets and nurses I am making an appeal for pictures. I need great rabbit photos of gold standard accommodation, food, hay, grass, veg, toys, platforms, runs, BIG hutches and basically anything you fancy sending in. Good enrichment photos would also be very much appreciated. Grooming, digging, playing, binkying and all that great stuff to show how happy rabbits should be kept. The main stay of the book is that rabbits should always be kept with other rabbits so I’m planning to have not a single photo of a single rabbit to subliminally reinforce the point so all pairs or groups please.

I also need clinical photos of a normal rabbit skull x-ray, an awful-toothed rabbit skull x-ray, myxomatosis, fly strike, fat rabbits, overgrown teeth, ear mites, runny eyes, dirty bums. You vets know the sort of thing I need.

Any photos being used will be acknowledged in the book. I’ll be moving onto cats or guinea pigs next so you can guess what I’ll be asking for soon! If you’ve got good quality photos you think could be included in the book please email them to info@emmathevet.co.uk.

Thanks in advance for your help and I need them by Christmas please but the sooner the better. Cheers guys.

 


Emma Milne the TV Vet

Road to Vet School

Episode 13 now published

Road to Vet School

I have been up to my armpits in rotations for the last 6 months and I have loved every minute of it - well almost!

Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Cows! >>


How to be a Vet

o you want to be a VET?

NEW FEB 2012

Because of the huge demand for information we have updated our page for aspiring vets.

I Want to be a Vet...


Pet Talk

et talk

Our most popular feature where Emma talks frankly on a multitude of subjects from Saving the Whales, to Pets and Fireworks. This month's feature:

Fighting the Fads


Ask the Vet

estion Archive

Pet owner's question archive about pet ailments and behavioural problems.

Emma's Question Archive



Tail-docking petition.

We had a great response to our petition and you can still sign if you want to add your support.
Click here

Or visit the Vets Against Docking web site:
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Should whaling be stopped worldwide even for 'scientific' reasons?
Banned Necessary

Summer Stringfellow's Angel

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Out Now...
Tales from the Tail End

James Herriot meets Bridget Jones in this no-holds-barred account of a vet's life - the first to tell the story from a woman's perspective.

The Truth about Cats and Dogs

Emma's Exposé will make you laugh, cry and, just maybe, get angry enough to take a stand to help man's best friends to be heard.

Buy a signed copy of Emma's books with a personalised message
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Animal Search

Animal Search UK are an organisation run by former police officer Tom Watkins. They specialise in advertising lost and found pets throughout the UK. For more details and to recieve a free advice pack by email then please visit their website www.animalsearchuk.co.uk



Young people Speak Out For Animals. Visit their new web site.