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I see that your vet sells food for rabbits and other small animals, but I don’t see any mention of medical services for small animals. I only see services that are provided for dogs and cats. That doesn’t mean that your vet is not a good rabbit vet, though. He did successfully perform surgery to remove a tooth for your rabbit. If you have concerns, you can speak with your vet or with his staff to see how many rabbits they treat and how often they perform surgery on them. Hopefully, they will address your concerns and leave you feeling comfortable with the vet’s ability to care for rabbits.

Here is an article on how to find a good rabbit vet, the questions to ask, etc.

http://rabbit.org/faq-how-to-find-a-good-rabbit-vet/