Skip to content. | Skip to navigation




Recommended by


Gillian Tose


Pete Castle



Windlesham Village Vets

1. Helen Halliday





 2. Sian Barnett


 3. Penny Spencer

 4. Sarah Toogood

I have been using her for nearly all of the 7 years that she has been open. She does all of my rescue work and has undertaken some very difficult procedures for rabbits. She uses V-Gel, and all of my rabbits recover so incredibly quickly from her GA. She has a lightness of touch with her surgery too. She's committed and treats owners with respect and works with them completely. 
She is empathic and understands rabbits - her practice is a very busy practice and you will normally see at least one other rabbit in the waiting room with people travelling a distance to see her. 
(Dec 15)

 I would also recommend Gill Tose at Windlesham vets, she nursed one of my boys through GI stasis and the other boy through several incisor extractions(Dec 15)


 Concur with Helen. Gill Tose at windlesham village vets. Best rabbit vet I've had in 40 yrs of keeping rabbits.(Dec 15)

Gill and Pete at Windlesham vets are worth their weight in gold (Dec 15)

Andrew and Louise Ketteridge

Oak Barn Vets, Shalford

Anna Hull

I have been using Oak Barn for a long time for all my foster rabbits. Andrew and Louise are very 'bunny savvy' and both have a quiet and gentle way of handling the rabbits. I do think that Andrew is a very skilled surgeon as every single bunny has recovered quickly and easy from being neutered, with no complications in the days following. They are happy to monitor the bunnies after surgery and are never in a hurry to send them back home. I go out of my way to go to Oak Barn and would thoroughly recommend them to anyone looking for vets who really do know about rabbits (May 2016).


Anwell Veterinary Centre

Saff Kelly

I can wholeheartedly recommend Anwell vets in Coulsdon, South London/Surrey. I've used them for over 9 years. All the main vets are rabbit savvy and Greg in particular is great. They do free rabbit health checks for rabbit awareness month and have been known to give out information/leaflets to new owners. They have an out of hours service until late, and overnight/early morning services are picked up by a nearby emergency vet.I couldn't recommend them enough! (Dec 15)