Low-Cost Rabbit Spay – Rabbit Neuter


The Windward Animal Hospital is now offering a low-cost spay and neuter program for rabbits! As most rabbit owners know, rabbit surgery is a costly procedure with spays and neuters usually costing hundreds of dollars. More importantly, due to the delicate nature and special needs of rabbits, it is of the utmost importance that a rabbit experienced veterinarian perform the procedure.

Dr. Colby from the Windward Animal Hospital has been entrusted to the care of rabbits throughout the state and is the veterinarian for the Georgia House Rabbit Society, a rabbit rescue and shelter located in Cobb County.

Seeing the need for affordable spays and neuters, the Windward Animal Hospital has made this commitment which will benefit rabbit enthusiasts and rabbit welfare throughout the state.

Through our Low cost program, we offer neuters for $110 and spays for $140.

Please read the letter below from Dr. Stewart Colby for more information about this program. Feel free to call the Windward Animal Hospitals with questions or to schedule an appointment.

“I have and continue to work with the Georgia House Rabbit Society of Georgia (GHRS) for several years. In working with them I have found that, while there is any number of programs available for low-cost canine and feline spay and neuter organizations, there are not many options for the rabbit community. Windward Animal Hospital (WAH), with the support of GHRS, is attempting to change that for the residents of the greater Atlanta area.  While the health and social benefits to spaying (ovariohysterectomy) and neutering (castration) rabbits are well documented, most veterinarians are not fully trained or have limited experience associated with rabbit’s health care issues and surgeries. Through much experience I believe rabbit health care is more of an art form than an exact science.  Additionally pet/companion rabbits are just as important to their caregivers as dogs, birds and cats and deserve the same level of health care.”

— Dr. Stewart Colby

Windward Animal Hospital and Georgia House Rabbit Society are working together to fill a need in the rabbit community at affordable prices while maintaining a level of health care recommended to all rabbit owners.  A full annual evaluation, two types of internal parasite exams, pre-anesthetic medication, gas anesthesia, spay/neuter, antibiotic injection and pain management generally ranges between $230-$280. Windward Animal Hospital, with the support and assistance of Georgia House Rabbit Society offers all the above for $110 to males and $140 for females.

Please call the office at (770)569-7298 to find out which days each month are designated as the “Low-Cost Rabbit Clinic” days.

If on physical examination health issues are found which preclude him/her from getting spayed/neutered, the exam cost is $20. The owner would responsible for any additional costs, including medications, which will be discussed before any action is discussed. Please call Windward Animal Hospital to schedule an appointment as this program and dates are subject to change at any time. Please feel free to call to address any concerns or questions.

CONSIDERING PURCHASING A RABBIT?

If you are considering a rabbit for a pet, please adopt one in need. The Georgia House Rabbit Society has many rabbits at their shelter in need of a permanent home. In addition to helping save a life, their rabbits are already spayed or neutered as well as litter trained! To view their adoptable rabbits or for rabbit care information, visit the Georgia House Rabbit Society’s website at www.houserabbitga.com


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This is Ribbon, a rescued rabbit from Georgia House Rabbit Society. We treated and removed a bot fly. A full recovery is expected. 👍🏼

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We are always happy to do our part in the rescue effort. Georgia House Rabbit Society did an amazing job!All 26 bunnies from the Big Trees Forest Preserve rescue are safe at Windward Animal Hospital and settled for the night. They've begun their medical treatments, and the majority should be able to make full recoveries. Many were spayed or neutered today, and the rest will be tomorrow. Please keep them in your thoughts - they had been suffering extreme neglect long before they were dumped. Please continue sharing their story, sending in foster applications and sending in donations toward their care. We and the bunnies really need your help.
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