New Mexico

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The following sections provide information about various rabbit-related resources in the state of New Mexico in the United States.

Rabbit rescues and shelters

See Adoption listings for more resources.

Bernalillo County

Name Address City Phone Notes
Eastside Animal Shelter 8920 Lomas Blvd NE Albuquerque, NM 87112 505-768-1975 Adoption fee: $20[1]
New Mexico House Rabbit Society Albuquerque, NM 87199 505-435-9916 EIN: 80-0426271

Adoption Fee: $75[2]

Westside Animal Shelter 11800 Sunset Gardens Rd SW Albuquerque, NM 87121 505-768-1975 Adoption fee: $20[1]

Santa Fe County

Name Address City Phone Notes
Santa Fe Animal Shelter 100 Caja Del Rio Rd Santa Fe, NM 87507 505-983-4309 Adoption fee: $35[3]

Rabbit veterinarians

See Choosing a rabbit veterinarian for more information on how to find the right rabbit-savvy veterinarian for you. Please see Viral haemorrhagic disease#Vaccination and news resources instead for a list of veterinarians offering the RHDV2 vaccine in North America.

This information is provided only for your convenience and in no way should be considered an endorsement by the website. The following table(s) been compiled from reliable resources that have indicated that the listed clinics have a veterinarian on staff willing to treat rabbits. WabbitWiki cannot guarantee your satisfaction with any veterinarian - please call and ask your own questions before using a clinic listed below.

Bernalillo County

Name Address City Phone Notes
VCA Town and Country Animal Hospital 8414 4th St NW Los Ranchos De Albuquerque, NM 87114 505-897-8200 Dr. John Heidrich sees rabbits.[4]
Southwest Veterinary Medical Center 10141 Coors Blvd NW Albuquerque, NM 87114 505-890-8810 Dr. Daniel Levenson sees rabbits.[5]

Doña Ana County

Name Address City Phone Notes
Jornada Veterinary Clinic 2399 Saturn Cir Las Cruces, NM 88012 575-382-1710 Dr. Sue Miale sees rabbits.[6]

Santa Fe County

Name Address City Phone Notes
Smith Veterinary Hospital 600 Alta Vista St Santa Fe, NM 87505 505-982-4418 Dr. Julie Breer and Julie Dr. Blossom see rabbits.[7]

Rabbit emergency clinics and specialists

Please first call to make sure there is a rabbit-savvy veterinarian on call or on duty at the emergency clinic before you leave.

See Veterinary emergencies for more resources on rabbit veterinary emergencies.

Bernalillo County

Name Address City Phone Notes
VCA Veterinary Care Animal Hospital and Referral Center 9901 Montgomery Blvd NE Albuquerque, NM 87111 505-292-5353 Dr. Shirley Russman sees rabbits.[8]

Low cost rabbit spay/neuter clinics

See Low cost spay/neuter clinics for more resources.

See New Mexico House Rabbit Society's Area Vets page for a link to a list of rabbit-savvy veterinarians with their estimated spay/neuter pricing.

Santa Fe County

Name Address City Phone Notes
Santa Fe Animal Shelter 2570 Camino Entrada Santa Fe, NM 87507 505-474-6422 Spay: $100; Neuter: $75[9]

Rabbits must be at least 6 months of age. All rabbits must be vaccinated for RHD at least 2 weeks prior to appointment.

Rabbit boarding and bunny sitters

For more information on going on vacation with a rabbit, please see Going on vacation.

This information is provided only for your convenience and in no way should be considered an endorsement by the website. The following table has been compiled from reliable resources that have indicated that the listed businesses will take care of rabbits. We cannot guarantee your satisfaction with any business – please call and ask your own questions before using a business listed below.

If a business requires your rabbit to be vaccinated before services can be rendered, please check out our North American RHDV2 resources at Viral haemorrhagic disease#Vaccination and news resources to find a nearby veterinarian or clinic that may be able to vaccinate your rabbit.

Rabbitors also maintains a US-wide rabbit boarding and pet sitting services page here.

Wildlife rehabilitation facilities

See Wild rabbits for more information about what to do when you find a wild rabbit.

Hay sources

See Hay for more resources on what types of hay to choose.

See also

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 City of Albuquerque. (n.d.). Pet Adoption. Retrieved 23 March, 2016, from https://www.cabq.gov/pets/adoption
  2. New Mexico House Rabbit Society, Adoption Procedures
  3. Santa Fe Animal Shelter. (n.d.). Adoptions. Retrieved 23 March, 2016, from http://sfhumanesociety.org/adoptions/
  4. BunSpace. (2008). Town and Country Animal Hospital. Retrieved 23 March, 2016, from http://www.bunspace.com/vets/view?vetid=247
  5. BunSpace. (2012). Southwest Veterinary Medical Center. Retrieved 23 March, 2016, from http://www.bunspace.com/vets/view?vetid=1257
  6. BunSpace. (2008). Jornada Veterinary Clinic. Retrieved 23 March, 2016, from http://www.bunspace.com/vets/view?vetid=373
  7. BunSpace. (2011). Smith Veterinary Hospital. Retrieved 23 March, 2016, from http://www.bunspace.com/vets/view?vetid=1160
  8. BunSpace. (2011). VCA Veterinary Care Animal Hospital. Retrieved 23 March, 2016, from http://www.bunspace.com/vets/view?vetid=1183
  9. Santa Fe Animal Shelter. (n.d.). Spay, Neuter, and Vaccinations. Retrieved 03 Nov 2021 from https://sfhumanesociety.org/veterinary-services/spayneutervaccinations/