White and brown lionhead rabbit

Rabbit Veterinary Care in North Carolina

It is important for your rabbit's health to find a good veterinarian. In veterinary medicine rabbits are considered to be exotic, and they often require a different veterinarian than dogs or cats. You will find contact information here to assist you. Remember it is always a good idea to talk with a potential veterinarian about their experience with rabbits and find someone with whom you feel comfortable. For House Rabbit Society recommended vets in other states visit rabbit.org.

Triangle Area

Avian and Exotic Animal Care, P.A.
Dr. Dan Johnson
Dr. Christine Eckermann-Ross
Dr. Ashley Emanuele
Dr. Victoria Bender
8711 Fidelity Boulevard
Raleigh, NC 27617

Exotic Animal Medicine Service (EAMS)
North Carolina State University
1052 William Moore Drive
Raleigh, NC 27607

Dixie Trail Animal Clinic
Dr. Virginia Brown
Dr. Lori McKinnish
3044 Medlen Dr.
Raleigh, NC 27607
Bowman Animal Clinic
Dr. Diane Deresienski
Dr. Emily Hunt
8308 Creedmoor Rd.
Raleigh, NC 27613

Southeast NC Area

Northeast NC and Southeast VA Area

Triad Area

Downtown Greensboro Animal Hospital
Dr. John Wehe
120 W. Smith St.
Greensboro, NC 27401

Garden Creek Pet Clinic
Dr. Scott Mortenson
Dr. Elaine Poore
1609 New Garden Rd.
Greensboro, NC 27410


Charlotte Area

Atrium Animal Hospital
Dr. Laura Lathan
6520 McMahon Dr.
Charlotte, NC 28266
Griffin Exotics Avian and Exotic Veterinary Hospital
Dr. Chris Griffin
Dr. Carrie Edgerton-Thompson
2100 Lane St.
Kannapolis, NC 28083


Western NC Area

Medicine Man Mobile Veterinary Service
Dr. Clarence Dunning
PO Box 689
Morgantown, NC 28680

South Carolina

Birds + Exotics Animal Care
Dr. Jose Biascoeachea
Dr. Katie Rainwater
814 Johnnie Dodds Blvd.
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

843-216-VETS (8387)
Banfield Pet Hospital
Dr. Kevin Blaes
246 Harbison Blvd.
Columbia, SC 29212

Hillcrest Animal Hospital
Dr. Cynthia Wheat
1211 E. Georgia Rd.
Simpsonville, SC 29681


Central VA Area

After Hours and Emergency Care in Wake County

If your vet has an "on call" or pager service it is a good idea to contact them first in an after hours emergency.
Emergency Clinics that will see rabbits:
After Hours Animal Emergency Clinic
409 Vick Avenue
Raleigh NC 27612

Exotic Animal Medicine Service at NCSU CVM
1052 William Moore Drive
Raleigh, NC 27607

919-513-6999 during business hours
919-513-6911 for after-hours emergencies

Additional Emergency Clinics in Wake County:

These clinics may see rabbits in some situations. It may depend on the specific issue your rabbit is having and whether or not you have a referral from your regular vet. It may also depend on the vet who is on duty and their comfort level treating rabbits. If you want to go to one of these clinics, call first and ask.
Veterinary Specialty Hospital of the Carolinas
6405 Tryon Road
Cary NC 27511
Veterinary Specialty Hospital of the Carolinas
North Raleigh:
4640 Paragon Park Rd.
Raleigh, NC 27616
Animal Emergency Clinic of Cary
220 High House Road
Cary NC 27513
Quail Corners 24 Hour Animal Hospital
1613 East Milbrook Road
Raleigh NC 27609
The listings here are provided for information only and do not imply endorsement by Triangle Rabbits or the House Rabbit Society. If you are a veterinarian and are interested in being listed here please contact us.

Help with Vet Care:

Need help with vet bills? Take a look at the House Rabbit Society's Resources page for organizations that may be able to assist you.
Did you know that pet health insurance is available for rabbits? For information from Nationwide Pet Insurance, click here.
Triangle Rabbits is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and a chapter of the House Rabbit Society, serving the Triangle area (Wake, Durham, Orange, and surrounding counties) of North Carolina, U.S.A.