Uneaten Caecotrophs

£20.00

Case study

 

 

Description

Course Summary

A natural and important part of a rabbit’s diet is re-ingesting their caecotrophs. Rabbits may not eat them for a variety of reasons and this can have a serious and knock on effect on their overall health and lead to other health conditions.

 

Watch the short presentation to determine what causes uneaten caecotrophs, what to advise owners to help resolve the problem and what may happen if the condition is not resolved, and then take the quiz to test your knowledge.

 

The case study involves a short recorded tutorial, a quiz and further reading articles.

 

Course Tutor

Claire Speight A1 Clinical Coach, C&G Cert Nursing Exotic Species, RVN

 

Attendance Certificate

This tutorial is worth 60 minutes CPD.

 

Supplementary Reading

Further reading material is supplied for this case study.

 

Upon purchase, the case study will be immediately available to access from ‘My Courses’.  The course will be available to access for 7 days, and will be automatically deleted after this time. Please ensure you have watched the tutorial and printed / downloaded any course notes or supplementary articles before your course expires.

 

If you make any personal notes during the tutorial using ‘take notes’, these will be saved, along with your certificate and CPD record for permanent access in ‘My Courses’.

 

 

This case study session is worth 60 minutes of CPD.

 

A certificate will be available from the ‘My Courses’ section, for you to download and print, once you have completed the tutorial.  A permanent record of your total CPD hours will also be recorded in your account section.

 

 

Claire Speight

A1 Clinical Coach, C&G Cert Nursing Exotic Species, RVN

SENIOR NURSE, KETTERING VETS4PETS

Qualifying as a veterinary nurse in 2007, Claire has always had an interest in rabbit nursing. She gained the City and Guilds veterinary nursing of exotic species certificate in 2009, and has worked as an A1 assessor and now a clinical coach within her practice.

 

Claire currently works in Kettering as a Senior Nurse in a practice with a high rabbit caseload, and also frequently lectures on rabbits to both veterinary professionals and owners. Claire has and continues to be a regular contributor to several publications including; LAPIS, Pet Gazette, Veterinary Nursing Journal, and Veterinary Nursing Times, and is also the editor of ‘Rabbiting On’ – the Rabbit Welfare Association’s quarterly magazine.