Falling in love with these fluffy companions might be irresistible, but taking care of them may not be as simple. In all their cuddliness, it can be easy to assume rabbits are low maintenance but in reality, they require the same amount of (if not more) attention and care as any other furry friend. Our team is here to help ensure that your bunny receives the best medical care they need and deserve. To learn more about our rabbit services, hop on a call with us at 604-885-2309.
When should I bring my rabbit in for a checkup?
We recommend bringing in your bunny once a year for their routine veterinary exam. With the right care, a rabbit can live up to 12 years. With our help, you can ensure your rabbit stays as healthy as possible. We offer a variety of services including veterinary exams, dental care and spay and neuter surgery, so they can hop right back to living a happier and healthier life.
What should I feed my rabbit?
Rabbits are herbivores, which means their diet usually consists of plants such as grass or hay. Contrary to popular belief, vegetables such as carrots should be given in small amounts as a treat. Their diet should be mostly hay-based (Alfalfa if they are under 9 months old, Timothy if they are over 9 months old), with fresh leafy greens and a small amount of pellets to round out the diet.