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Looking for a Veterinarian?

Many of our new families are surprised that the veterinarian they have loved for their cat or dog doesn't accept their new little bunny love! Other families find that the vet closest to them that they assumed they would use doesn't take their furry new best friend. Our suggestion is simple, find the best fit veterinarian for your bunny.

If you have purchased from Belle's Bunny Boutique you have a house rabbit that is now a beloved part of your family, your veterinarian should understand that it is not just a show or stock animal.. They should know that some antibiotics can never be given to rabbits because even one dose of amoxicillin, lincomycin, and clindamycin can be deadly.

Asking the office a couple questions like the following may help you feel more comfortable: How many rabbits do they see a week? Do they spay/neuter rabbits? What antibiotic is most often given to rabbits at their practice?


We also keep notes when our previous families let us know they have found someone they are happy with so you can let us know if you are looking and we would be happy to share the names. A couple in New Jersey are:


Animal Health Care of Marlboro; Englishtown, NJ 07726; 732-972-3201

Red Bank Veterinary Hospital; Red Bank, NJ 07701 (and the office in Tinton Falls); 732-747-3636


Edinburgh Animal Hospital; West Windsor, NJ 08550; 609-443-1212


Whitehouse Veterinary Hospital; Whitehouse Station, NJ 08889; 908-534-4121


We don't have any affiliation with the above, we have just heard great things!!


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