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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > HOUSE RABBIT Q & A > Rabbit-Savvy Vets: U.S. Based and World Lists
Last Post by RabbitPam at 2/17/2012 9:59 AM (4 Replies)
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User is Offline BB
San Francisco Bay Area
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8/13/2011 12:06 PM

              RABBIT-SAVVY VETS

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Be aware that some information may be outdated as vets retire, change location etc.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.   And these are the actual recommended screening questions:


  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!) (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:

Vet Care and Financial trouble?  Resources to help people who are in a bind:

- - An organization that helps people with vet bills

-Great HSUS tips on how to pay for vet bills when you are having financial troublel

- lASPCA resource

-House Rabbit Society Resource Information & Links 

 For pre/post surgery care tips: 

  • (great pre/post op care)


User is Offline Starmoniiglisten
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9/24/2011 12:27 PM
Thanks so much ! ^.^

User is Offline Pandorachik
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11/24/2011 7:33 AM
Awesome thnx!!
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User is Offline rachalex
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2/17/2012 6:35 AM

 I am trying to find a good vet for rabbits in Chennai, India. Rabbits don't seem to be a common pet here and the vets I've gone to don't seem to know much about rabbits. I am really worried because I have nowhere to take my rabbit, when I need to have his nails clipped or God forbid anything more serious. 

Can someone please refer a vet if they know of one?


User is Offline RabbitPam
South Florida
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2/17/2012 9:59 AM

I didn't see India on the HRS worldwide vets listing, but I did a google search and brought up these choice:
If it won't link, google keywords Chennai India veterinarians rabbit

About the 4th one down seems to list about 10 in that area. Don't know if that site requires you to sign on, but you could always google one of the names or look them up in a phone book to call them and ask.

SPIKE, my snuggle bunny (aka Spikey Marbles)
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