October 2022 *HRS is hoppy to restart grooming services. Due to the emergence of Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus in the Bay Area, House Rabbit Society’s rabbit grooming services have changed and capacity is limited.*

Learn more about Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHDV) and how to keep your rabbits safe.

Services Offered

We offer the following services:

Brushing – $10: Gentle brushing to assist fur shedding.

Nail Trims – $20: A mani-pedi to keep nails from breaking and overgrowing.

Anal Gland Cleaning – $15: A gentle swabbing and decluttering of the nether regions.

Spa Package – $40: All three services in 1!

*We are unable to offer bottom cleaning, trimming, or clipping services at this time. For these types of services, check in with your primary care veterinarian.*

Requirements and Scheduling

All appointments have the following requirements, no exceptions made:

Proof of Vaccination: Proof of your rabbit’s CURRENT RHDV vaccination status is required for scheduling an appointment. Proof must be uploaded to the scheduling app. At this time, it is recommended that rabbits should be vaccinated once a year.

Indoor Rabbits Only: Due to the high number of bunnies on site and the ease of transmissibility of diseases (such as RHDV and myxomatous), we are only able to see indoor, vaccinated rabbits.

Scheduled appointment: Appointments are currently available 1x day a month. Each appointment is 15 minutes in length and each individual rabbit must have an appointment scheduled. Schedule an appointment here:

Schedule Appointment

The safest choice, until your rabbit can be vaccinated, is to groom your rabbits at home. Learn how to trim nails and groom your bunnies:
How to Trim Your Rabbit’s Nails

If you take your rabbits to other grooming services outside your home, prior to taking your rabbits, discuss RHDV with the service provider and what precautions they will be taking to protect your rabbit from this highly contagious disease. Once your rabbit is vaccinated for RHDV, there is less risk in taking them to a groomer outside your home, as long as the groomer is taking biosecurity precautions.

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