Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease (RHD) and RHDV-2

Click here to read more about RHD from rabbit.org.

Visit our Shelter Medicine Program page to view the January 8, 2021, press release.

Vaccine Information

The UF Small Animal Hospital will offer vaccines beginning December 20, 2021. Appointments are required for the two-dose vaccine; please call (352) 392-2235 to arrange.

  • Two doses, three weeks apart, are required. A return visit in three weeks is required for the second vaccine.
  • For your convenience, both appointments will be scheduled at the same time.
  • We will monitor your rabbit for 30 minutes after the vaccine for any reaction. Please ensure your schedule has allowed enough time for this important monitoring.
  • You will need to remain in an exam room with your rabbit during the vaccine, exam, and monitoring after the vaccine.

Note: The UF Small Animal Hospital is unable to see unvaccinated rabbits for routine visits (non-emergency) after April 1, 2022.


  • Vaccine Fee (includes both doses): $30.90
  • Exam Fee (includes both visits): $49.00
  • Microchip Fee (required only if your rabbit is not already microchipped, payable at initial visit): $41.15

We look forward to keeping your rabbit healthy and safe! Feel free to call us with any questions or to arrange your appointments at (352) 352-2235.

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