Thanks for contacting Bunny Buddies about finding a good, well-qualified rabbit vet. Rabbits medical needs are very different from cats and dogs, and it's essential to have a relationship with a vet who has specialized training in their care. This House Rabbit Society article might help guide you through the selection process.

Those of us who live in the Greater Houston Area are very fortunate to have a number of excellent choices. It's a good idea to have a couple saved in your contacts list: the one who is your first choice to be your "regular" vet, and one who's close enough to you to help in an emergency or when your regular vet is unavailable.

You can find a listing of rabbit vets on our website here. If you find or know of a great bunny vet who is missing from our list, please let us know.


P.S. We hope you will consider joining Bunny Buddies. Membership provides a support system to help make your relationship with your bunny a satisfying one for both you and your bunny. It's an instant network of bunny resources with a combined wealth of experience and knowledge. For more information on becoming a member, see here. You can find our membership application/renewal form here.

House Rabbit Society Medical Resources

Howcast Video How To Tell If Your Rabbit Is Sick