The following is a list of veterinarians/veterinary hospitals that we know to treat rabbits on a regular basis. Southeastern PA-Delaware House Rabbit Society has only directly worked with a few of the vets on the list and this is noted by '*'. The other vets were recommended to us by people who have used their services. Please ensure that when you make an appointment, you ask to see a vet with extensive rabbit experience.
Please remember that no vet is going to make 100% of the people happy 100% of the time. Veterinarians are human and things may not always work out with your rabbits. And that is just a fact of medicine, it is not an exact science.
It is our job, as the caretakers of our rabbits, to educate ourselves, to ask the right questions, to do research, to use common sense, to protect our rabbits and to make sure that they get the best care possible. So even if the vet is listed on our website, please still do your due diligence and ask questions of the veterinarian.
This list is provided only for your convenience and in no way should be considered an endorsement by Southeastern PA-DE HRS of any vet or clinic listed. Southeastern PA-DE HRS cannot guarantee your satisfaction with any vet. Please call and talk to the vet and/or their staff before making your initial appointment.
If you need advice on what questions to ask please review the article, the following links will be helpful:
The New Jersey House Rabbit Society has also begun to collate a list of Low Cost Spay and Neuter Clinics for Rabbit Caregivers Found Nationwide. It can be found at https://www.facebook.com/notes/new-jersey-house-rabbit-society/low-cost-spay-and-neuter-clinics-for-rabbit-caregivers-found-nationwide/550688351753734/
If you do not see a vet in your area on the list, please email Theresa or call the shelter at 302-683-9009 to get a recommendation.
PENNSYLVANIAPenn Animal Hospital*
NEW JERSEY (SOUTH)Rothman Animal Hospital