Main Topic: Abnormal caecotrophs in Rabbits
Intermittent soft stools (ISS) or abnormal/excess production of caecotrophs is commonly seen in exotic pet practice. We cover the ins and outs of this syndrome. Sit back, relax and enjoy the conversation
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The veterinary podcast about veterinary medicine and surgery, current news items of interest, case reports and anecdotes. Wait: It’s not all about veterinary matters! We also discuss other areas we are passionate about, including photography and wildlife. Thanks for joining us – Brendan and Mark.
Our podcast is for veterinarians, veterinary students and veterinary nurses/technicians. If you are at pet owner please search elsewhere – there are lots of great podcasts aimed specifically at pet owners.
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