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Rabbit behaviour day with Emma Magnus

whole day dedicated to rabbits!

This event will start with looking at wild rabbits and then we’ll apply this knowledge to pet rabbits. Emma will provide lots of ideas and information about how we can improve the environment in which we keep our pet rabbits and how we can deal with some of the problems that commonly occur when there is a rabbit in the family!

Emma is a Clinical Animal Behaviourist and a member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC). She has been practicing since 1995 when she qualified with a degree in Zoology and a Masters degree in Applied Animal Behaviour and Animal Welfare. She has run a referral practice for veterinary surgeons within East Anglia since 1996 seeing owners of dogs, cats, and rabbits.

Emma was a regular contributor to each of BBC1’s Barking Mad series and is Features Editor of the small livestock journal Fur & Feather. She also has a regular ‘Rabbits on the Couch’ column within Rabbiting On, the journal of the Rabbit Welfare Fund, and is a co-founder of the Rabbit Behaviour Advisory Group (www.rabbitbehaviour.co.uk).

See www.learningaboutanimals.co.uk for more details.


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Date and Time:

25 August 2007 at 9:45 am


Full Day



Woking College
Rydens Way
GU22 9DL

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Organised by:

Learning About Animals
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Available from:

Tickets £45 (£40 concessions and if you work or volunteer for an animal related charity).

Only available in advance. Send cheque payable to ‘Learning About Animals’ to Learning About Animals, 14 Alexandra Road, Addlestone, Surrey, KT15 2PE.

Additional Information:

Date: Saturday August 25th 2007
Venue: Woking College, Woking, Surrey. In easy reach of the M25, A3, M3 and M4 and in walking distance from Woking railway station (20 minutes by train from London Waterloo).
Time: 9.45am-4.30pm (to be confirmed).

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