Rabbits are great companions with lots of energy and low maintenance. When they do run into medical trouble, our veterinarians are well equipped to treat them. We welcome rabbits of all ages, from newborns to seniors. We’re able to accommodate them through surgeries, diagnostic testing and dental care. To learn more about our rabbit services and how we can help your furry speedster, call us at 613-354-1020.
How often should I bring my rabbit in for a checkup?
We suggest your rabbit visit our hospital for an annual veterinary exam (once a year). These are routine examinations to monitor their weight, fur, skin and teeth. We’ll also do a blood test to check for any underlying medical issues or nutritional concerns.
What kind of services do you offer rabbits at your hospital?
We offer veterinary exams and spay and neuter surgery for rabbits. If your bunny requires more invasive surgeries, we will refer you to a specialist who can accommodate your pet’s medical concerns.
Is getting my rabbit spayed/neutered mandatory if they’re alone?
Rabbits are social animals and would do well with a companion. However, just because they’re living without a furry friend doesn’t mean they should avoid getting spayed or neutered. Rabbits that do not have this procedure are vulnerable to diseases that form in their reproductive organs. They will also display behavioural issues such as lunging and boxing. Getting your pet spayed or neutered ensures they live a longer disease-free life and that they’re overall mood is more pleasant.