Rabbit Services

Rabbits and bunnies are so easy to love. They are cute and squishy, with charming quirks all their own. They make adorable purring sounds when happy and they even have a characteristic jump called “binkies” they perform when they are in particularly good spirits. Here at Ganaraska Animal Clinic, we can provide multiple medical care services to keep your rabbit in good shape. Just hop on a call with us at 905.885.8151 to find out more.

NOTE : We currently only perform rabbit neuters on male patients and not spays on females.

Is it possible to train a pet rabbit?

Yes! Rabbits are very smart creatures. They can learn to recognize certain sounds and gestures. For example, with enough frequency and practice, they can learn to answer to their name when you call them.

What kind of veterinary care do rabbits need?

It is ideal your rabbit comes in to the clinic for a full body exam and diagnostics at least once per year. Aside from that, they also need certain medications and treatments depending on their health status. Dental work is particularly important for rabbits. Their teeth never stop growing so it must be regularly cleaned and trimmed by a veterinary team. Some rabbits will need more teeth trimming than others, especially those with severe malocclusion (crooked teeth).

How much do rabbit check-ups cost?

Prices will depend on the exact purpose of your bunny’s visit. Please feel free to call us for our most updated service rates.

Last updated: Last updated: October 7th, 2021

Dear Clients,

Please see below in regards to our current Covid 19 protocols. We are happy to announce our clinic will be entering in the first phase of our reopening plan.

Beginning October 12th 2021, we will be allowing clients into the clinic for food and medication pickup only. Doctor or technician appointments will still be run curbside for the time being. We will still offer the curbside option for food and medication if requested.

1. The following protocols will be in place for those entering the building: - Maximum 3 clients in the building at a time. - Please do not crowd either doorway as our staff still need easy access in and out with animals. - Please continue to pre-order food and medication to make it an easier and quicker process, and to ensure we have what you need in stock before you come to the clinic. - We accept debit and credit as the preferred payment method, however we continue to accept cash or check.

2. The following protocols are still in place for all appointments (technician and doctor): - We are still operating curbside only for appointments. - Please call the office at 905.885.8151 to let us know that you have arrived and wait for further instructions. Please do not leave a message if you are in the parking lot. Continue to call until you reach a receptionist. - If you do not have a cell phone, please knock on the door. Please also let us know in advance of your appointment so we can make a note. - We accept debit and credit as the preferred payment method, however we continue to accept cash or check. Why are we not opening for appointments yet? - Fully opening is our ultimate goal, however, for the safety of our staff, and clients, allowing food and medication pickup seems the first logical step to limit everyone's exposure. - We hope this step will also alleviate some of the strain on our phone lines and those trying to reach us. - Allowing clients in for food and medication pickup will speed up the amount of time many clients are waiting in the parking lot for this reason.

3. Hours of Operation

Monday to Friday 8:30 am - 6:00 pm

We are closed all weekends and holidays.

As always, we thank you for your patience and understanding, and we look forward to seeing you and your furry family members again very soon!

- Your dedicated team at Ganaraska Animal Clinic