You will find a wealth of information on the following websites on how to properly take care of a house rabbit.  While visiting these links, search for these important topics:

  • Litter box training
  • Bunny bonding
  • Bunny proofing
  • Food and diet
  • Exercise time
  • Housing options

Educational Links

www.rabbit.org

Rabbit Forums

www.bunspace.com
www.rabbitsonline.net

Rabbit Welfare

www.makeminechocolate.org
www.24carrotlane.com
www.bestrabbitsites.com

Rabbit Fun

My House Rabbit :: Pet Bunny Care and Behavior – My House Rabbit is dedicated to celebrating house rabbits and providing useful information on rabbit care and behavior. Browse our galleries of cute bunny photos and videos!

Disapproving RabbitsA blog with photos of humor, headlines and bunny stuff.

Wild Rabbits

If you find a wild rabbit that needs help or what appears to be some abandoned baby rabbits, please contact the following organizations. Many times people see the babies and think they are abandoned. Before you disturb the nest please consider the fact that wild rabbits only nurse for a few minutes at night and moms vanish the rest of the day. If you still feel the babies are in danger, contact a wildlife care center.

Busch Wildlife Sanctuary
Jupiter (561) 575-3399
www.buschwildlife.com

SPCA Wildlife Care Center
Ft. Lauderdale (954) 524-4302 or 1-866-SOS WILD
www.wildcare.org

Rabbit Vets – Exotic Animal Vets

Rabbits require medical care from specially trained exotic vets. When choosing a vet please look for one in your area that is certified in treating exotic animals. Listed are some South Florida area veteranarians.

Miami-Dade County

Marc Kramer, DVM

Project Bunny Snip www.bunnysnip.com

Avian & Exotic Animal Medical Center

6380 S. Dixie Hw

Miami, FL 33143
Phone: 305.234.BIRD (2473)
Email: djh@avianexotic.com

James Bogdansky, D.V.M.

Country Club Animal Hospital

4115 SW 72nd Avenue

Miami (305) 663-330

Avian and Exotic Animal Hospital
12125 S. Dixie Hwy
Miami, FL 33156
(305) 234-BIRD (2473)

 

Renata Schneider, D.V.M.
Unique Pet Veterinary Services (House Calls Only)
(954) 458-8639
or on Tuesdays only:

Blair Animal Hospital
4749 Hollywood Blvd
Hollywood, FL 33021
(954) 983-2000

Miami Dade County – Specialists

Larry Bernstein, V.M.D., C.V.A, C.V.H
Natural Holistic Care and Acupuncture
751 N.E. 168 Street
North Miami Beach, FL 33162-2427
By appointment only: (305) 652-5372 or via email

Lorraine Karpinski, V.M.D. – Board Certified Veterinary Ophthalmologist 
12521 South Dixie Highway
Pinecrest, FL 33156
(305) 278-1300

Broward County

Greg Rupp

Extra Care Animal Hospital
Davie (954) 370-0203

Amanda Grant, D.V.M.
House Calls by appointment: (954) 740-0027
also with: Pet Emergency Center
921 E. Cypress Creek Road
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
(954) 772-0420

Renata Schneider, D.V.M.

(954) 458-8639

Susan Kelleher and Santiago Diaz

Broward Avian and Exotic Animal Hospital

Deerfield Beach 954 968 7171

Broward County – Specialists

Susan Carastro, D.V.M. – Board Certified Veterinary Ophthalmologist 
Animal Eye Specialty Clinic
372 S Powerline Rd.
Deerfiled, FL 33442
(954) 421-5099

Christina Pellicane, D.V.M. – Board Certified Veterinary Ophthalmologist 
Sawgrass Veterinary Referral Association
10441 Orange Drive
Davie Fl 33328

Palm Beach County


John Mann, D.V.M.
Boca-Delray Animal Hospital
14888 Military Trail
Delray Beach, FL 33484
(561) 496-1700

Tate Posey, D.V.M.
Promenade Animal Hospital
9850 Alternate A1A Suite 507
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 33410
(561) 627-8888

Vanessa Rolfe, D.V.M.
The Bird and Exotic Hospital, Inc.
6147 Lake Worth Road
Greenacres. FL 33463
(561) 964-2121

April Romagnano, Ph.D., D.V.M., A.V.B.P.
Scott Martin, M.S., D.V.M.

Animal Health Clinic
5500 Military Trail, Suite 40
Jupiter, FL 33458
(561) 799-7717
24-hour emergency phone: (561) 723-0025

Monroe County

Douglas Mader, D.V.M.
Marathon Veterinary Hospital
Marathon (305) 743-7099


Other Important Links


www.luvapet.net

Low Cost Spay and Neuter

Spaying or neutering your bunny is important for many reasons.  First, it will prevent the birth of more bunnies – which there is such and overabundance one to which we certainly do not need to contribute.  Second, it is important for health reasons.  Female rabbits who are not spayed are most certainly going to get cancer.  The third reason is it keeps the males from spraying and marking their territory.  It also helps the females with their moody hormonal cycles.

Many people are realizing that spaying or neutering your pet bunny is a priority and we have received many requests for information on low-cost clinics.  Below is a list of low-cost clinics where you can get your bunny fixed.

Miami

Project Bunny Snip

Dr. Marc Kramer

305-387-0721

bunnysnip@icloud.com

www.bunnysnip.com

Broward

Humane Society of Broward County SPOT Program Phone:(954) 463-4870

http://www.humanebroward.com/

http://www.broward.org/ANIMAL/PROGRAMSSERVICES/Pages/SPOT.aspx

Ft. Pierce

Tri-County Animal Hospital is a bit north but when the other clinics are full it may be worth the drive if you need to get your bunny fixed quickly.

Tri-County Animal Hospital   Fort Pierce, FL 34950 772-461-1311