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RHDV2

RHDV2 (Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease V2) is a "highly contagious disease caused by a strain of the RHD virus that is infecting and killing domestic rabbits and wild rabbits." (USDA)

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Veterinarians

Below is a list of veterinarians that South Bay Rabbit Rescue has used for the treatment of our sick rabbits and spay or neuter.  Be sure whichever veterinarian you decide to use, they have a rabbit savvy vet on staff to care for your flufferbun.

Banfield Pet Hospital

You will find professional veterinarians and technicians that provide quality, compassionate pet care to your beloved friend.  

San Jose Almaden 408-978-0103

Banfield Pet Hospital

Oakridge Veterinary Clinic

By helping pets live healthy lives, we are ultimately helping people too by keeping their families together for as long as possible.

San Jose 408-419-9238

Oakridge Vet Clinic Website

Avian & Exotic Clinic

Shannon A. Thomas, DVM and Amy Wells, DVM, MPVM are dedicated to the health of your rabbit. 

Del Rey Oaks 831-647-1147

Avian & Exotic Website

Ohana Animal Hospital

Pets recently adopted from the shelter receive a FREE exam! (Must bring adoption paperwork from shelter or rescue, and exam must be within 1 month of adoption).

Livermore 925-394-4990

Ohana Animal Hospital

The Spay & Neuter Clinic of Pajaro Valley, Inc

Low cost spay and neuters available to the public for your flufferbun.  Neuters $75.00 Spays $125.00 phone 831-475-0432 for reservations at the next public spay date.

Low Cost Spay & Neuter

FOWAS: Friends of Watsonville Animal Shelter

FOWAS is a 501(c)3 charity and relies on your donations to continue our community programs and maintain the day-to-day costs of operating our Low Cost Spay & Neuter Clinic.

FOWAS

Lost and Found

It is never easy to come home and find your beloved pet home. Use some of these resources to help locate your loved one. If you find someones missing pet, please be sure to report it as someone else is probable heartbroken and hoping too.

On social media: Facebook, Nextdoor, Pawboost

Report to your local animal shelter.

Reach out to your local animal rescue.

Michelson Found Animals Foundation

Microchip Lookup

Found a pet? Have it scanned by any rescue or local vet for free and enter the microchip number here to see who it is registered to and help reunite it with its humans!  Just for fun, check our your rabbit!

AAHA Universal Microchip Lookup

Home Again

Confirm Your Pet is Registered With HomeAgain

Enter your microchip number. If you have a HomeAgain microchip number, it does not contain the letter "O" but may contain the number (zero).

Home Again

Verify Enrollment

Some animals are chipped with Avid.  We have found that Avid is usually in Southern California. You can verify registration, then call for details.

Avid chip verification

General Information and some just good stuff ...

Sometimes we need a little bit more information.  We are never too old to learn and there is always room for another opinion.  The information shared is from various authors from various forums.   

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Rabbit health warnings

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