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Abercorn vets are on the Rabbit Friendly Vet list and have a Silver Award with the Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund (RWAF). Abercorn has our own Rabbit enthusiast, Vet Nurse Rachel Sibbald who promotes rabbit welfare at the practice. Rachel has had several articles published in the RWAF’s magazine ‘Rabbiting On’ which provides health advice and tips to rabbit owners.

Two Satin Mini Lop rabbits next to each other, isolated on white

Our rabbit clinics offer the following:

  • New rabbit advice
  • Behavioural advice
  • A full clinical exam including checking teeth and ears (any abnormalities will be referred to a Vet)
  • Weight management/advice
  • Nail clips
  • Diet advice
  • Neutering advice
  • Parasite/worming control
  • Vaccination advice
  • Husbandry advice
  • Administration of medications as needed
  • Care of geriatric rabbits to include blood sampling and urine testing
  • Support with palliative/end of life care

Clinics can be adapted to suit the needs of the client/patient and on going care will be discussed closely with a Veterinary Surgeon.


Rabbit clinic appointments can be made through reception by calling 0131 669 3790.


Vet Nurse rachel sibbald with rabbit in clinic