Ask a Vet a Question for Free about My Rabbit?

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Yes, you can ask a vet a question for free about your pet rabbit, as vets normally won't charge for a bit of information. Some vets even offer free consultation services, and will only charge you if they need to inspect the animal. You can have a look online for vets in your area; their websites should mention whether or not they charge for consultations.
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1. Call local vets for advice and referrals. Speak with local veterinarians and ask if they can offer free advice when owners cannot afford to pay. If they say no, ask if they can
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