NEWSLETTER OF MELBOURNE RABBIT CLINIC AUTUMN NEWS 2010 NUMBER ONE
As of the 22nd of March 2010 the MelbourneRabbit Clinic will be relocated to 745 Burwood Hwy,Ferntree Gully, (See map on reverse)
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR YOURRABBITS AND GUINEA PIGS?
We will have a facility totally dedicated to rabbits andguinea pigs, with a veterinary team totally committedto the care and needs of these unique species. We willbe providing a high quality personal service speciﬁcallytailored to the needs of rabbits and guinea pigs, in anenvironment providing a stress free visit. Our newhospital has equipment especially chosen to cater forthe needs of our smaller friends.
“We are very excited about our new hospital and we look forward to seeing you there!”
THE MELBOURNERABBIT CLINIC IS MOVING!
We are opening Australia’s ﬁrst rabbit and guinea pig only hospital
This month we say farewell to Anita and Sam.Both are expecting their ﬁrst child in June.Narelle and Kay wish them all the best.With pleasure we introduce Sharn Gatt, our newsurgery nurse. Sharn has a love of guinea pigs andshares her house with four of the little creatures. Sharnis also offering a grooming service for our long hairedguinea pigs and rabbits. Please contact the clinic forappointments.Mark Torpy is an old face reappearing. Mark was our‘ﬁrst rabbit nurse’ when the clinic started. Mark liveswith a very bossy New Zealand White ‘Bon Bon’ (akaTripod!) whom he rescued when she came into theclinic with a very damaged front leg that requiredremoval. She is now ruling the house and a full grownRottweiler. We all know bunnies rule!