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Lots of news this week: Vets save lions from illegal zoo in Bulgaria. Australian vets no longer require licensing for examining dogs and cats for export. Mark walks on the wild side with his experience dealing with venomous animals, and we discuss pigeon brains. Brendan provides some insider tips to Melbourne culture and explains why the ‘magic’ is his new favourite beverage and how it can help you discern the good from the bad coffee establishments. The final news item is that the Magpie have been voted Australia’s favourite bird, though Brendan and Mark have other thoughts.
We launch out Patreon site where subscribers can help by ‘throwing us a bone’ and kicking in a donation to keep the VetGurus podcast going.
Mark shines a light on the WolfEyes Tactical torch in a product review.
The main topic this week is rat care. The basics of preventative health for pet rodents are discussed, including diet, desexing, environmental enrichment and geriatric care.
Melbourne’s Magic coffee is for coffee lovers. Find out more about the types of coffee you can get in Melbourne at this website or here
An overview of the Australian Magpie.
Vets save lions from illegal zoo in Bulgaria. Article from Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons
Wolf eyes tactical beam wildlife torch
Support us on Patreon here and keep our Podcast running by helping cover costs and throwing us a bone.
Outro music courtesy of Canadian Lee Rosevere from happypuppyrecords.ca