AREA VETS & SPECIALISTS
Note: If you have found a wild cottontail rabbit, please read this information for a list of wildlife rehabbers. If the cottontail is injured, you should be able to take it to any veterinarian to have it humanely euthanized at no cost to you. This is a public service that most vets offer.
The veterinarians listed on our website have either been used for our shelter bunnies or have been recommended to us by individuals from personal experience. Even so, it is important that you interview a vet you are interested in to see if they are the right one for you and your rabbit. The Georgia House Rabbit Society is not to be held responsible for any less than positive outcome that results from using a veterinarian listed on our website. For help with the interview process, please click here.
We recommend that you familiarize yourself with and take note of the rabbit knowledgeable vets in your area before an emergency arises so that you know your options and can take action immediately.
If you decide to use a vet listed on our web site, please tell them that you found them through the Georgia House Rabbit Society.
If you are a veterinarian and would like to be listed on our web site, please email email@example.com so we may set up a phone interview with you.
LOW COST SPAY/NEUTER: Our preferred veterinarian, Dr. Colby, DVM at Windward Animal Hospital, has a low cost spay and neuter program especially for rabbits. Their reduced cost for a male neuter (3 months and older) is $180 and female spay (6 months and older) is $210. These prices now include a FREE dental check which is critical in keeping your rabbit happy and healthy. Read more about Windward Animal Hospital’s low cost spay and neuter program.
THE VETERINARIANS LISTED BELOW SHOULD HAVE THE RHDV-2 VACCINE AVAILABLE. PLEASE CONTACT THEM FOR MORE INFORMATION. The vaccine is 2-doses for first time recipients and for rabbits whose previous annual vaccination has lapsed, and usually 1-dose for rabbits who are boosted before their previous year's vaccine expires.
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