We love to meet your small furry friends - we see ferrets, guinea pigs, chinchillas, degus, chipmunks, rats, hamsters, gerbils and mice. We also see cagebirds and, increasingly, domestic poultry. Modern veterinary medicine allows us to treat many conditions these pets can suffer from.
Your rabbit’s first visit to us is about so much more than just their vaccination. We believe your new pet deserves the highest standards of care from the beginning, and our Rabbit Package is designed to give your new friend the best start in life.
For only £38.00 our package includes:
Rabbit Booster Vaccination
Unfortunately, vaccination does not offer a lifetime of protection, and a yearly booster is required to keep your pet safe against the distressing and potentially life-threatening diseases of Myxomatosis and RHD1 (Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease). We now recommend that all rabbits are also vaccinated against RHD2, a new strain of this disease which has recently become prevalent in the UK and which causes sudden death - this vaccine is imported by us from France, and is usually administered on a separate occasion, normally 2 weeks after the routine vaccination. All rabbit vaccinations are carried out by one of our fully-qualified, experienced Veterinary Surgeons. They will perform a free full health examination of your pet and answer any queries or concerns you may have.
We advise that you consider microchipping your rabbit, as recommended by RSPCA and other major animal welfare organisations. Microchipping greatly increases the chances of you and your pet being reunited should they be lost or stolen. For more information visit: www.virbac.co.uk/home/backhome/pet-owner.html and watch our offers page for regular microchip promotions.
We offer a variety of safe, effective products to meet your needs in protecting your pet and family against parasites. Our fully-qualified Veterinary Surgeons and Nurses are able to advise you on these products, and can administer them if you wish.
We recommend your rabbit and some other small furries are neutered. Read our neutering leaflet to find out why.
Your New Friend
For lots more information about what you need to consider before getting your new rabbit, please click here.