Rabbit Vet Care


Finding a Rabbit Vet in Johns Creek & Alpharetta area with the expertise and experience to care for your rabbit (a.k.a. Bunny) can be a challenge!  We are proud to offer rabbit enthusiasts the quality care that their pet rabbit deserves!  We are just expanding our facilities to be able to treat and care for even more rabbits.

Dr. Colby has treated rabbits from all over the state of Georgia and is the preferred Rabbit Vet for The Georgia House Rabbit Society, a rabbit rescue, and shelter located in Cobb County. The GHRS entrusts the care of all of their rabbits to Dr. Colby and his staff and together they have saved the lives of many hundreds of needy rabbits.

From simple nail and teeth clipping to delicate surgeries, Dr. Colby has the experience and know-how to handle all your rabbit’s needs.

The Windward Animal Hospital has also introduced a Low-Cost Spay and Neuter Program for rabbits! To read more about this service, visit our page dedicated to our low-cost spay and neuter program.

Dr. Colby and his staff welcome your questions about our rabbit care services. Please give a call to 770-569-7298 with questions or to arrange an appointment.

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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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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.
To foster: houserabbitga.com/foster/
To donate: houserabbitga.com/donation/
To adopt: houserabbitga.com/adoption/adoption-process/
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We are always happy to do our part in the rescue effort. Georgia House Rabbit Society did an amazing job!

Thought we would share this post since we get calls all the time when people want us to rehab rabbits that they thought were orphaned in their yard.Share this with your friends!

We get calls all the time about people picking up baby rabbits from their yard thinking they were orphaned. Seldom are they actually orphaned. Here is the perfect test to determine if the Mom is slipping in and feeding without you ever seeing her! Use flour or yarn and layout a circle around the rabbits nest. If it is disturbed, guess what... she is doing her part & please leave them alone. No rehabber should take orphaned rabbits because someone is simply being inconvenienced by it happening in their yard.

We trap & remove only nuisance wildlife: squirrels, rats, bats, beaver, fox, coyote, rabbits, etc.

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Thought we would share this post since we get calls all the time when people want us to rehab rabbits that they thought were orphaned in their yard.

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*WARNING* if you have this type of Insulation that looks like small gray rocks, DO NOT DISTURB IT. It is Vermiculite or Zonolite Insulation and there is a trust set up for lawsuits now. This Insulation was stored in a cave in Montana that was contaminated with Asbestos. Here’s a link for info and testing it.
Share this with your friends, family, etc.

http://www.zonoliteatticinsulation.com/exposure-precautions/

If you know of anyone that has a rabbit and needs affordable healthcare services - please keep our clinic in mind. Also, please remember if you are looking to adopt a rabbit please contact Georgia House Rabbit Society. ... See MoreSee Less

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