Considering of Adopting a pet Rabbit?

10 Things You Should Know About Pet Bunnies

BY DR. LAURIE HESS DVM, DABVP (AVIAN PRACTICE) | FEBRUARY 6, 2017

With nearly 50 breeds recognized by the American Rabbit Breeders Association, rabbits come in all sizes and colors, and make terrific pets in the right circumstances. Although they do need exercise outside of their cages, they generally don’t need to be walked, don’t take up huge amounts of space and don’t make a lot of noise. They often love to interact and form close bonds with their owners. Rabbits can be loving companions in the right situations, but they aren’t right for everyone. Unfortunately, many people impulsively rush out and get pet rabbits without really knowing what they’re getting into. Consequently, owners become frustrated or disappointed when they can’t keep up with their rabbits’ care, and their bunnies end up abandoned in shelters.

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