This is list of sites that have extensive lists of rabbit-savvy vet already. If you know of any others, post them in this thread and I'll check it out, and add to the list. This list can also be found on our Links page.
Be aware that some information may be outdated as vets retire, change location etc. Also, just because we listed these vets or someone else recommends a vet, doesn't mean you shouldn't do your due diligence. The responsibility of any issues that arise lies between you and that vet, not with the person or site that recommened them.
Here are some great tips from the House Rabbit Society about how to find and screen a vet. http://www.rabbit.org/faq/sections/vet.html. And these are the actual recommended screening questions: http://www.rabbit.org/faq/sections/vet.html#questions
I DON'T KNOW WHY SOME OF THESE LINKS ARE NOT HYPERLINKED -- UNTIL THAT IS FIXED, JUST COPY AND PASTE THE LINK INTO YOUR BROWSER
VET RESOURCE LINKS: Links to other lists U.S. based and World Wide Vets
LOW COST SPAY AND NEUTER CLINICS Check with your local Rescue or Shelter to ask about Low Cost Spay & Neuters. Make sure they are experienced with rabbits. (VERY important!)
http://www.nootersclub.org/lowcostspayneuter.htm (for rabbits, look for the rabbit symbol next to the clinic)
Can't find a vet from any of the above resources? Check out how to find a Vet: http://binkybunny.com/FORUM/tabid/54/aft/118811/Default.aspx
Vet Care and Financial trouble? Resources to help people who are in a bind:
-http://www.imom.org/ - An organization that helps people with vet bills
-Great HSUS tips on how to pay for vet bills when you are having financial troublel
-http://www.aspca.org/about-us/faq/...bills.htm lASPCA resource
-House Rabbit Society Resource Information & Links
For pre/post surgery care tips:
- http://www.bio.miami.edu/hare/opcare.html (great pre/post op care)