Supreme Petfoods is calling for all vets to stop and ‘Think Rabbit+’ by taking part in May’s campaign to attract more rabbit and guinea pig owners to their practices. May is Think Rabbit Month and aims to give vets the tools to help build a platform for continued rabbit and guinea pig success and a great chance to extend their client base as well!
Over 500 UK vet practices benefitted from taking part in the campaign last year and many used the opportunity to raise awareness about their rabbit healthcare services, such as dental checks and vaccination programs. So this year, why not join in and spread the word to all those current and potential rabbit and guinea pig clients out there?
Supreme has put together the ‘Think Rabbit Virtual Manual’ a handy guide full of hints and tips on how to make practices more rabbit friendly, free to download from the website. With new goodie bag giveaways for clients who can get their ‘hutches’ on money off vouchers, care guides, food samples and educational material to promote best practice care, visit http://www.supremepetfoods.com/think-rabbit/ for all the info.
Signed up practices can display the Think Rabbit ‘Small Furry Promise’ certificate, posters for the waiting room and can register for the ‘Happy Hoppers Club’ – the innovative scheme that brings vets and pet owners together to promote small furry welfare.
The event is backed by RCVS Exotics Specialist, Molly Varga who says, “I’d encourage all vet practices to take part in Think Rabbit Month this May to help improve the health and welfare of the nation’s rabbits and guinea pigs.”
Vets can also benefit and get involved with the national ‘Rabbit Habits’ survey to learn more about how owners care for their pets. The results will be shared with the profession and will help to ensure pet owners and vets are doing all they can to help their rabbits and guinea pigs enjoy a healthier, happier life.
Vets are encouraged to hop on over to http://www.supremepetfoods.com/think-rabbit/ and register their practice today!