When something drastic happens
it’s easy to feel cornered.
Don’t worry, let us help you.

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Most Common Emergency

“I found an injured wild rabbit! What do I do?”

Picture of Nevada Department of Wildlife logo (outline of Nevada with a quail, fish, and goat) in front of the sandy Nevada desert.
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If this happens please contact either a
licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator or the Nevada Department of Wildlife.

Click the Nevada Department of Wildlife logo above or the image on the side to get in touch.

Click the button to contact Cindy Pickles,
a local licensed wildlife rehabilitator. Or call

Vet Care

If your rabbit has any of the following issues please seek a vet immediately:

  • Little movement or sitting in cramped position
  • Little to no appetite
  • Drooling or cold temperature
  • Blood in litterbox/bleeding
  • Limping or broken limb
  • Mouth breathing
  • Screaming
  • Diarrhea