Rabbit Wellness Care
Rabbit Wellness Care
Just For Pets Animal Clinic is your trusted destination for top-notch care for your beloved rabbits. Dr. Sherrod, our dedicated and experienced rabbit veterinarian, is here to ensure the health and happiness of your small furry companion.
Dr. Sherrod is pleased to offer care for rabbits, providing comprehensive services to keep your furry little ones in the best possible health. We offer routine check-ups to monitor their well-being, dental care to prevent dental disease, and nutritional guidance for a balanced diet. We will also advise how to create a comfortable environment for your small pets to keep them happy, healthy, and thriving.
about our clinic –
Big Island pet care center
Dr. Grune, a visionary in the field of veterinary medicine, founded our clinic in 1990. Opening his own practice was the realization of his lifelong dream—to deliver the highest level of care to animals in need.
Through his clinic, Dr. Grune has surpassed his expectations and provided comprehensive and compassionate care for dogs and cats throughout Hawaii. We prioritize client education and have created a comfortable space where pets and parents feel at ease.
Our lovely clinic is located within a retrofitted house. It exudes a warm and inviting atmosphere. The open-air lanai serves as our waiting room, and the surrounding landscaped grounds provide a serene environment to promote relaxation for your pet.
Our hands-on approach ensures that your furry friends receive personalized attention and care. We genuinely strive for the best for your pet and aim to build lasting relationships with both pets and their devoted owners. Our dedicated veterinarians and staff are here to meet all your pet healthcare needs.
Comprehensive Care for Your Small Companion
- Nail Trims: Proper nail care is crucial for rabbits. Overgrown nails can cause discomfort and health issues. We offer safe and gentle nail trims to ensure your pet’s comfort and health.
- Spay and Neuter: These essential procedures control the rabbit population and prevent certain health issues in small mammals. Dr. Sherrod is highly skilled in performing these surgeries, always prioritizing the well-being of your pets.
- Expert Advice: If you have questions about the best care practices for your rabbit, our team is here to provide expert guidance.
Can rabbits be litter-trained?
Yes, rabbits can be litter-trained, similar to cats.
What are common health issues in rabbits?
Common issues include dental problems, GI stasis, respiratory diseases, and obesity.
How often should I take my rabbit to the vet?
It varies, but generally every 6-12 months.
Your Expert Rabbit Veterinarian
At Just For Pets Animal Clinic, we understand the unique needs of rabbits. Trust Dr. Sherrod and her dedicated team to provide top-quality veterinary care, nail trims, spay and neuter surgeries, and expert advice. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and ensure the well- being of your beloved small pet.