Vets & Emergencies

Please call us if you’d like to find a veterinarian qualified to treat your rabbit. We are finding many veterinarians that are treating rabbits who are not qualified to do so. If a veterinarian is not keeping up on the available literature, he/she will not be aware of the latest antibiotics or the proper anesthesia to use, etc. We have one list of veterinarians that we recommend for spay/neuter surgeries and another list of veterinarians that are well schooled in all phases of rabbit medicine. Unfortunately, this is not a very long list and it has taken us considerable time to locate qualified doctors. If we give you a doctor’s name within a clinic, ask for the doctor when you make an appointment.

If your veterinary clinic treats rabbits, I’d like to add them to my mailing list so that I can send them periodic information on rabbit medicine. If we do not have a qualified veterinarian in your area, phone around before you need a doctor. Do not be afraid to ask questions (call us for help).

In An Emergency…

In an emergency, keep your rabbit warm! Injured and sick rabbits quickly lose body temperature and can go into shock. Wrap your bunny in a towel or blanket, use body heat (or warm the towel in the dryer) to keep your rabbit warm while you transport him or her to an emergency vet.

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Special bunny recommends

Bird and Exotic Clinic of Seattle / Dr. Dan (our primary vet) 
10501 Aurora Ave N, Seattle, WA 98133
(206) 783-4538

North Seattle Veterinary Clinic / Dr. Nathanson
11032 8th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98125
(206) 523-7187

Pine Tree Veterinary Hospital
27539 Maple Valley-Black Diamond Rd SE , Maple Valley, WA 98038
Office: (425) 432-2222

Evergreen Avian & Exotic Animal Hospital
12930 NE 125th Way, Kirkland, WA 98034
(425) 821-6165

          Northwest Animal Care Hospital
           Brent J. Johnson, DVM
 10105 19th Ave. SE 
Everett, WA 98208
(425) 379-0400

Vets recommended by other bunny owners in the area

Lien Animal Clinic
3710 SW Alaska St, Seattle, WA 98126
(206) 932-1133

University Place Veterinary Hospital / Dr. Paulette Santonacita
6715 Regents Blvd, University Place, WA 98466
(253) 565-4040

Fountain Veterinary Hospital / Dr David
2430 Meridian St #2, Bellingham, WA 98225

Browns Point Veterinary Clinic
Located in: Browns Point Professional Center

Emergency Vet Clinics

NOTE: Emergency clinics try to stabilize pets, which is good. If they recommend additional tests or surgeries, we suggest you ask about costs, impact to the treatment plan, and whether there is time to get an opinion from your regular vet. We suggest you also call your regular vet and leave a message telling them that you are at the emergency clinic and ask if they can get in touch with you or possibly see your pet when they open,

Blue Pearl Tacoma (only location with a bunny vet–call first to confirm Dr. Gill is there)
2510 84th St. S, Ste. 30D, Lakewood, WA 98499
(253) 474-0791

Spays & Neuters

Everett Humane Society (limited for public spays and neuters)
Hours & Directions

PAWS – Lynnwood
15305 44th Ave W, Lynnwood, WA  98087
Low cost spays/neuter.  Closed until the end of the year for this service.