New to Rabbits?

Are you wondering, “Should I get a rabbit?”  These articles will help you decide if a rabbit is right for you and your family. Topics cover what’s involved in owning a bunny, how much a rabbit costs, rabbit adoption, baby bunnies, and more.

  • Thinking About Getting a Pet Rabbit?

    Rabbits make wonderful indoor pets. They are adorable and brimming with personality. But before you swoop into the shelter and pick out a cutie, there are a few things you should know to ensure a rabbit is right for you and your family. Read more »

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    Is a Pet Rabbit Right for Me?

    There are cat people and dog people. But did you know there are also rabbit people? Is a pet rabbit right for you? Take our quiz and find out! Read more »

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    How Much Does a Pet Rabbit Cost?

    Many people may be misguided in thinking that rabbits are low-maintenance pets. The truth is that pet rabbits live 10 years or longer, and they require a considerable amount of care, time, and money. Here is a basic rundown of how much a pet rabbit can cost. Read more »

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    Benefits of Adopting a Pet Rabbit

    Continually overrun with abandoned rabbits, local shelters and rescues are the best place to find a new pet bunny. Not only will you save an animal from possible euthanasia, there are also several additional benefits. Read more »

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    What Kind of Bunny Should I Get?

    You’ve done your research, and you’ve decided to get a pet rabbit. But which breed of rabbit is best and where is the best place to get one? Read more »

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    10 Popular Rabbit Breeds

    Wondering what breed of rabbit to get? There are over 300 breeds of rabbits recognized by countries all over the world, based on characteristics such as size, coloring, and ear length. Here are ten popular rabbit breeds. Read more »

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    Children and Pet Rabbits

    A house rabbit may seem like the perfect companion for your child, but this is not always the case. Adopting a rabbit is a big commitment, and it takes a family level of commitment to care for and provide a good life for a rabbit. Read more »

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    Easter and Bunnies

    When Easter is around the corner, many people consider buying a pet rabbit, sometimes on a whim or as a gift for small children. While rabbits do make wonderful indoor companions, people should take the time to learn the reality of pet rabbit ownership. Read more »

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    About Baby Bunnies

    With shelters and rescues overflowing with homeless pet rabbits, we advocate that bunny owners spay and neuter their pets so they do not breed. However, in the case that you are caring for a pregnant rabbit or new mother, here are a few basic tips. Read more »

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    Finding a Wild Baby Rabbit: What to Do

    If you happen to spot a wild baby rabbit in your yard, your first instinct might be to “rescue” the poor, defenseless creature and care for it in your home. However, to ensure the little bunny’s best chance for survival, the best action you can take is to leave it alone. Read more »