Hippie hop! San Diego House Rabbit Society, a non-profit animal rescue organization, January 22nd
Launch an online learning library to educate the local and international community of rabbit owners, animal caretakers and rescue workers.
From the first day of the Year of the Rabbit, you can subscribe or rent a growing video library of on-demand presentations by experts.
SDHRS’ online learning library is designed to meet the needs of rabbit owners and caregivers who look to SDHRS for up-to-date, evidence-based rabbit care and services. Rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus-2 (RHDV2).
Every quarter, the SDHRS education team creates new and updated content to address community curiosities and questions.
“I hear every day how many people are new to rabbit care and want advice, or who know their rabbit needs help but don’t know how to find a rabbit-savvy veterinarian.” It’s been amazing to receive calls, and I look forward to using this resource to get more information on rabbit care from trusted experts,” said Jennifer Lee, Executive Director. Told.
The online learning library was inspired by changes SDHRS made in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2020, we are now conducting all of our education and events online, including our largest annual fundraising event, the San Diego He Bunnyfest.
“Suddenly, we were planning educational presentations on topics from how to tie rabbits to identifying and treating dental disease in rabbits. There was also a virtual Art Social,” said Kelli, chairman of the San Diego Bunnyfest. Mr Jones said. “And between Bunnyfest 2020 and Bunnyfest 2021, more than 15 countries joined us remotely. That’s when we realized there was a real hunger for this information from the local and global community. rice field.”
Education Director Christine Woodbury leads a team of 16 instructors and licensed educators who teach rabbit care classes, lead discussion panels, and keep the community informed. I am planning an event.
“In addition to rescue and adoption, education has always been one of the key goals of the San Diego House Rabbit Society,” she said. “This new platform will allow us to bring education to not only San Diego, but other states and countries as well.”
San Diego House Rabbit Society The San Diego House Rabbit Society is a non-profit, volunteer-led organization serving San Diego County since 1992. Its main goals are to rescue, neuter, socialize, and find permanent indoor homes for abandoned domestic rabbits.
By partnering with local shelters and humanitarian organizations, we achieve these goals and accept rabbits who cannot stay in shelter environments.
SDHRS also works to educate the surrounding community about proper rabbit care, the importance of spaying/neutering, responsible rabbit ownership, and rabbits as family companions indoors. For more information, visit sandiegorabbits.org or contact Jennifer Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org.