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  • Title: House Rabbit Society | Buy a Bunny a Little Time
    Descriptive info: .. Buy a Bunny a Little Time.. Home.. Support HRS.. FAQs.. Care.. Veterinary Listings.. Activist Corner.. For Rescue.. About Us.. Show Me a Bunny!.. HRS Headquarters.. Rabbit Center.. HRS Chapters* and Ed Groups.. Alabama*.. Arizona.. California Monterey.. California North Coast.. California Sacramento*.. California San Diego*.. California SF Peninsula.. California Stockton*.. California The Valley.. California West L.. A.. Colorado*.. Connecticut*.. Delaware*.. District of Columbia*.. Florida Miami*.. Florida Tampa/Riverview.. Florida Tampa/St.. Petersburg.. Georgia*.. Illinois*.. Indiana*.. Kentucky.. Maryland*.. Massachusetts*.. Michigan*.. Missouri Kansas City*.. Missouri St.. Louis*.. Nevada*.. New Jersey.. New Mexico*.. New York NYC*.. New York Upstate*.. North Carolina.. Ohio Buckeye*.. Ohio Columbus*.. Oregon.. Pennsylvania*.. Rhode Island*.. South Carolina*.. Tennessee.. Texas.. Washington Seattle*.. Washington Spokane.. Wisconsin*.. International.. Australia*.. BC, Canada*.. Greece.. Hong Kong.. Italy*.. Singapore.. Switzerland.. Other HRS Contacts.. Contact HRS.. Local HRS Contacts.. Join Our Email List.. Email:.. For.. Email Newsletters.. you can trust.. Who We Are.. Posted by.. HRS.. on Feb 13, 2013.. Living with a House Rabbit.. on Feb 12, 2013.. House Rabbits 101: Resources for New.. on Feb 1, 2013.. Are You a Rabbit Person?.. on Jun 10, 2012.. Finding a Home for an Unwanted Rabbit.. on Apr 29, 2011.. Previous.. Next.. Double Your Donation in June!.. Jun 19, 2014.. by.. Please give generously your contribution will be doubled! Rodney (boy, gray+white) and Blueberry (girl, brown+white) were.. read more.. Georgia HRS to be Featured on.. Jun 8, 2014.. Georgia House Rabbit Society’s (GHRS) Rabbit Center, Georgia’s only dedicated facility for rescued domestic house rabbits has been.. Download a Song for House Rabb.. Jun 2, 2014.. Classical pianist and Kansas City House Rabbit Society Chapter Manager Robin Rysavy wrote this beautiful song called Penny.. Buy a HairBuster Comb!.. May 30, 2014.. This Hair Buster comb is our favorite comb here at House Rabbit Society headquarters! When rabbits are shedding, this comb does the.. Say yes to rabbi.. May 6, 2014.. Dear Friends, This week, I got an urgent call for help for a young bunny named Fiona.. Dr.. Harvey, our Health Director, came in to.. Rabbit Cam on Animal Planet.. Apr 4, 2014.. BREAKING NEWS! House Rabbit Society has a LIVE BunnyCam with Animal Planet L!VE Check out adoptable bunnies Flopsy, Sawyer, and.. HRS Educational Conference: Ta.. Mar 8, 2014.. House Rabbit Society s first ever Educator Conference, Taking Rabbit Knowledge to a Higher Level, will be held September 26-28,.. Free Rabbit Ring With Your Hay.. Jan 3, 2014.. Our friends at Small Pet Select announced a promotion for the House Rabbit Society in which they’re giving away these beautiful..  ...   Meet Albus and Lulu! They are a bonded pair who love to be together all the time! They are from Trinidad Tobago! Note: If you.. Meet Albus!.. Jun 13, 2014.. Meet Albus he is bonded with Lulu who was yesterday s Daily Bunny! He is from Trinidad and Tobago! To submit your own.. Meet Lulu!.. Jun 12, 2014.. Meet Lulu she is bonded with tomorrow s Daily Bunny Albus so check back for his photo! She is from Trinidad and.. Meet Chibs!.. Jun 11, 2014.. Meet Chibs! He s a feisty, 2 year old Lionhead! To submit your own photo, please.. Meet Mr Nibsy!.. Jun 10, 2014.. Meet Mr Nibsy! He s just about a year old.. He s little silly, loves sitting on the sofa and taking car rides!! He.. On Our Website.. (43).. About HRS.. (19).. Contact Us.. (2).. How You Can Help.. (14).. Publication Guidelines.. (3).. Volunteer.. (5).. (20).. Breeding.. (4).. Daily Bunny.. (375).. Easter.. (9).. Educators Conference.. (11).. FAQ.. (34).. Featured.. For Adopters.. (22).. For Rabbit Rescuers and Shelters.. (36).. For the Kids.. Gifts and Supplies.. House Rabbit Journal.. (257).. House Rabbits 101.. (27).. Just for Fun.. Life with a House Rabbit.. (41).. Links.. (12).. News.. (83).. Pet Loss Support.. (10).. Rabbit Behavior.. (87).. Aggression and Age-Related Behavior.. Multiple Rabbits.. (30).. Rabbit Personality.. (33).. Rabbits Other Pets.. Rabbits the Family.. (15).. Rabbit Care.. (148).. Allergies.. Babies Orphans.. (8).. Diet.. (23).. Elderly and Special Needs Rabbits.. Grooming Handling.. House Home.. (24).. Litter Training.. Mental Health.. (18).. Safety.. Spay/neuter.. (7).. Travel Holidays.. Rabbit Health.. (119).. Alternative Medicine.. Cancer.. (6).. Ears.. For Veterinarians.. Fur Skin.. Gastrointestinal Tract.. Head and Mouth.. (16).. Heart Disease.. Infections.. Liver Disease.. Mobility Issues.. Neurological Problems.. Pain Management.. Parasites.. Poisons.. Urinary Tract.. Where to Find Medical Information.. Working with Vets.. The Rabbit in Culture.. Uncategorized.. (1).. Video.. (72).. What s Happening?.. (35).. Wild Rabbits.. Most Used Tags on our Site.. abscess.. activism.. aggression.. alternative medicine.. antibiotics.. babies.. behavior.. Bonding.. breeding.. bunny care basics.. cancer.. cecotropes.. children.. culture.. diarrhea.. diet.. E.. cuniculi.. ears.. elderly.. euthanasia.. fun.. fundraising.. GI tract.. grooming.. handling.. hay.. head tilt.. health.. House Rabbit Handbook.. housing.. Hrs Conference.. HRS Events.. international.. Internet.. litterbox.. liver.. loss and grief.. malocclusion.. outdoors.. pain.. pellets.. photos.. play.. rabbit proofing.. reading.. rescue.. Rescue grant.. rescue stories.. respiratory infection.. shelter resources.. shop.. spay/neuter.. special needs.. stasis.. stories from our readers.. teeth.. toys.. training.. travel.. urinary tract.. videos.. volunteering.. 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  • Title: Making a Donation to House Rabbit Society | House Rabbit Society
    Descriptive info: Making a Donation to House Rabbit Society.. Making a Donation to House Rabbit Society.. Support House Rabbit Society by joining as a member ($20 per year; $28 for non-US), by joining our very special.. Bunny Brigade Club.. as a monthly donor, or by making a one-time donation.. To donate by check, print a.. membership form.. and mail to:.. House Rabbit Society.. 148 Broadway.. Richmond, CA 94804.. Membership questions or address change? Email.. membership@rabbit.. org.. Why Support House Rabbit Society?.. House Rabbit Society is the only international rabbit rescue and education organization in the world.. We have 31 chapters in 22 states plus Canada and Italy, and educators and fosterers in an additional 10 states plus Canada, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, and Australia.. We also run a one-of-a-kind Adoption and Education Center in Richmond, California.. All of our activities, besides the running of the shelter, are run by volunteers, so our overhead and administrative costs are minimal.. The vast majority of your donations go directly to our programs: rescue and  ...   of joining.. Because HRS receives no government support, nor do we accept advertising dollars, we count on the generosity of our members to keep our rescue and education programs alive.. Without funding, our avenues for education the.. , this website, our classes, videos, posters, and handouts, as well as the running of our shelter and our grant programs would be eliminated.. To see our 990 reports to the IRS which detail our income and expenses, please go to.. Guidestar.. You can also support our activities in other ways, such as through sponsoring a rabbit, contributing to our medical fund, supporting HRS chapters, leaving us a bequest or other legacy gift, having your company provide matching gifts, and shopping.. To find out about all of these options, go to.. Other Forms of Support.. Finally, both the national organization and your local chapter need your support.. We encourage you to also join your local chapter.. To locate and join the chapter nearest you, see our chapter listings on the home page..

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  • Title: Frequently Asked Questions | House Rabbit Society
    Descriptive info: Frequently Asked Questions.. Frequently Asked Questions.. We ve compiled documents containing the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) about every major house rabbit topic.. These FAQs are just a starting point; for more thorough coverage of all aspects of house rabbit care, we suggest you read.. House Rabbit Basics.. Bunny Basics:.. Spaying and Neutering.. Housing.. Rabbit-Proofing.. Indoor and Outdoor Hazards.. Sources of House Rabbit Information.. Medical Issues.. Medical Concerns.. Finding  ...   General Training.. Socialization.. Are Multiple Rabbits Right for You?.. Rabbit Introductions.. Environment.. Warm Weather Concerns.. Classroom Rabbits.. Children and Rabbits.. Rabbits Outdoors.. Baby jackrabbits wait like this for mom.. Leave them for her.. Humane Methods of Wild Rabbit Control.. Orphaned Baby Bunnies.. Other Common Questions.. House Rabbit Society Information.. Basic Supply List.. Grooming.. Handling.. Vacations and Travel.. How To Rescue a Rabbit.. Caring for Orphaned Baby Rabbits (Wild and Domestic)..

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  • Title: Care | House Rabbit Society
    Descriptive info: Care.. General Care.. Start with the.. , the first, and still the best, book on house rabbit care, and the book that started HRS.. Order it here!.. From there, move on to our.. , which cover everything you ll ever need to know about litterbox training, housing, spay/neuter, the hazards of outdoor living, diet, bunny proofing, toys, chewing, aggression, and much, much more.. Health.. Our comprehensive.. health pages.. have everything you need to make sure your rabbit is healthy, including spay/neuter information, information on antibiotics, working with your veterinarinan, how to medicate a rabbit, finding a veterinarian, medical problems, surgery and anaesthesia, pain management, aging, disability, and much much more.. For general medical information, see our brief.. FAQ Medical Concerns.. Grooming and Handling.. What do you need to know to keep your rabbit looking his  ...   lives.. We do offer information on.. how to care for orphaned babies.. , whether wild or domestic, however.. How much do you know about your rabbit? Knowing about your rabbit s behavior will help you to better care for him or her.. Check out our incredible set of.. rabbit behavior articles here.. Other Resources.. We have so much to offer you in terms of helping you with your rabbit.. Spend some time on our website, browsing our hundreds of articles.. Check out our articles on.. Where to Buy House Rabbit Supplies.. ,.. our archive of.. articles, the.. Index of all available FAQs.. , and if you speaking a language other than English or are from a country other than the United States, check out our.. international page.. for help that is tailored to your needs..

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  • Title: Veterinary Listings | House Rabbit Society
    Descriptive info: Veterinary Listings.. This document contains a state-by-state listing of veterinarians who practice veterinary medicine on rabbits.. International veterinary listings can be found at the bottom of this page.. Most listings are links to local chapter vet recommendations.. The rest are based upon recommendations made by experienced rabbit rescuers.. The House Rabbit Society makes NO CLAIMS regarding these recommendations.. Before placing your rabbit under the care of any veterinarian,.. be sure to ask the appropriate questions.. to be sure your rabbit is in competent hands! Do not assume that because one veterinarian at an animal hospital is experienced with rabbits, all of the associates are, as well.. If you call for an appointment, and are offered an appointment with an associate you do not know, insist on seeing the vet you asked for.. When calling, please indicate you received their veterinary listing from the House Rabbit Society.. How Can I Be Added to the HRS Veterinarian Listings?.. We get many inquiries from veterinarians about being added to our list of recommended vets.. Please contact your local HRS chapter manager or educator for more information on being added to your area’s recommended vet list.. The recommendations are maintained on a local  ...   Central California.. Los Angeles County.. Orange County.. San Diego.. Colorado.. Connecticut.. Southern.. Western.. Delaware.. Florida.. Miami.. Tampa/Southwest Florida.. Central Florida/Orlando.. North Florida/Gainesville.. Florida Panhandle.. Georgia.. Hawaii.. Idaho.. Illinois.. Indiana.. Iowa.. Louisiana.. Maine.. Maryland.. Massachusetts.. Michigan.. Minnesota.. Missouri.. Kansas City.. St.. Louis.. Montana.. Nebraska.. Nevada.. Las Vegas Area.. Tahoe-Reno Area.. New Hampshire.. New Mexico.. New York.. Upstate.. NYC Metro.. North Dakota.. Ohio.. Greater Ohio.. Columbus.. Oklahoma.. Pennsylvania.. Pittsburgh Area.. SE Pennsylvania.. Rhode Island.. South Carolina.. South Dakota.. Texas (miscellaneous).. -Houston Area.. Utah.. Vermont.. Virginia.. -Northern.. Washington State.. Washington DC.. West Virginia.. Wisconsin.. International Veterinarian Listings.. World Rabbit Veterinarian List.. Australia.. Canada:.. Alberta.. British Columbia.. Manitoba.. New Brunswick.. Newfoundland.. Nova Scotia.. Ontario.. Quebec.. Saskatchewan.. United Kingdom.. Italy.. If you don t see a vet listed for your area, check out:.. Our FAQ on.. how to find a good rabbit vet.. The independent.. PetBunny Veterinarian List.. Our compilation of an international list of rabbit-savvy veterinarians is an ongoing process, and we are grateful to other web sites for their listings.. If you are a rabbit caregiver living outside the United States, and would like to share with us the name and contact information of a trusted, competent veterinarian, please.. LET US KNOW..

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  • Title: Activist Corner | House Rabbit Society
    Descriptive info: Activist Corner.. Artwork by Georgina Martin, UK, and courtesy.. InFURmation.. Two Carrots for Rabbits.. Be A Rabbit Advocate.. SaveABunny Activist Page.. Vancouver HRS/Vancouver Rabbit Rescue Association Activist Page.. Stories Rabbits Tell.. Rabbit Wise Advocacy Page.. Rabbit Advocacy Group of British Columbia.. Rabbit Activist List.. Laws protecting Rabbits.. House Rabbit Society s philosophy and general policies state that all rabbits are valuable as individuals, regardless of breed purity, temperament, state of health, or relationship to humans.. The welfare of all rabbits is our primary consideration, and HRS does not support the raising or promotion of rabbits as food animals, or any other commercial or exploitive interests.. Finally, HRS s health research is done by compilation of existing data and necropsy results, and we do not believe in the sacrifice of an animal for any reason.. Following are our statements with respect to the major ways that rabbits are currently exploited or harmed:.. Rabbits as Meat.. HRS members and volunteers live and share our lives with rabbits, and know what incredible creatures they are: intelligent, curious, willful, funny, affectionate, greedy and even destructive.. So to think that millions of our cherished rabbits are being raised and slaughtered in factory-like conditions, with very little government oversight, for human consumption every year is highly disturbing.. Following is some information on the growing trend of raising and slaughtering rabbits for meat:.. Why Care About Rabbit Meat.. HRS Founder s Statement on Rabbit Meat.. Humane Society of the United States infurmation on meat rabbits.. Compassion in World Farming s information on rabbits in factory farms.. Rabbit Fur.. House Rabbit Society believes strongly that a rabbit s fur should be worn only by one individual: the rabbit.. We vehemently oppose the use of rabbit fur to make coats, collars, earmuffs, cat toys, or anything else, and we encourage you to contact any company designing, marketing or selling rabbit fur and ask them to stop.. Although the companies engaged in these practices are, unfortunately, far too numerous to list here, we offer the following contact information for major campaigns to stop the commercial use of rabbit fur:.. PETA video which shows the slaughter of rabbits in China for fur.. Warning: the footage is EXTREMELY graphic.. PETA video which shows how rabbits are plucked for angora fur.. Warning: the footage is EXTREMELY graphic.. Humane Society of the United States Information.. Coalition to Abolish Fur.. Breeding and Selling Rabbits.. Millions of adorable dogs, cats, and rabbits are killed in animal shelters in this country every year.. In addition, unwanted rabbits are often abandoned in fields, parks, or on city streets to fend for themselves, where they suffer from starvation, sickness, and are easy prey to other animals or traffic accidents.. Those rabbits who are sold to pet stores don t necessarily fare any better, as pet stores sell pets to anyone with the money to buy,  ...   need to test cosmetics and household products on live animals, yet hundreds of thousands of rabbits give their lives to the testing of household products like toothpaste and shampoo, even when no law exists to require such testing.. Please consider buying non-animal tested products when you shop.. To find out more about how rabbits are used, and how you can shop compassionately, please visit:.. The Bunny Army: Join with small animal to give animals a voice!.. Patenting Rabbits and Other Animals for Medical Use.. American Anti-Vivisection Society: Rabbits in Product Testing.. American Anti-Vivisection Society: Rabbits in Research.. American Anti-Vivisection Society s Free Guide to Compassionate Shopping.. The Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics.. Killing Wild or Feral Rabbits.. Currently, wild rabbits and hares (and sometimes domestic rabbits who have gone feral) are subject to being killed both for sport (via hunting, greyhound training, and hare coursing) or through government efforts to control wildlife when rabbits or hares have found themselves living on land to be developed, or when they have moved onto already developed properties such as retirement homes or golf courses.. To find out more about how you can help with both of these situations, please visit:.. Animal Protection Institute: Coexisting with Wildlife.. ABC News Investigation into Hare Coursing.. Hopper Home: Greyhound Racing and Rabbits.. A free e-book by John Fitzgerald on Hare Coursing.. Ban Hare Coursing in Ireland.. Giving Rabbits as Pets in Auctions or Raffles.. House Rabbit Society opposes the raffling or auctioning of rabbits as pets.. HRS Statement on Rabbits as Prizes.. HRS Letter to Missouri State Fair Board on Rabbits as Prizes.. What To Do When You See Rabbits Being Given Away.. Easter Issues.. Every Easter, a number of photography studios around the country offer photo sessions using rabbits as props.. Rabbits are purchased or borrowed for these events and some stores raffle the rabbits away after the promotion is over.. Some stores that do this are.. Glamour Shots.. and.. Portrait Simple Studios.. Please contact them to let them know that rabbits are not props!.. Domestic Violence.. While domestic violence does not naturally seem like a rabbit issue, scholars in human-animal studies and organizations such as the Humane Society of the United States have proven that there is a strong link between violence to women and children in the home and violence to animals.. Rabbits, cats, dogs, and other companion animals are often victimized by abusers in the home, and women often do not leave a situation of violence because they don t have a place to take their companion animal.. The HSUS provides a link to city, state, and county programs that help women in crisis to care for their animals, or which temporarily place animals while a woman is seeking shelter.. HSUS Links to Safe Haven Programs by State.. The Links between Violence to Animals and Violence to Humans..

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  • Title: Resources for Animal Shelters | House Rabbit Society
    Descriptive info: Resources for Animal Shelters.. Resources for Animal Shelters.. Are you working with a shelter, an independent rabbit rescue group, or perhaps just found a rabbit running loose in your neighborhood? Here are some resources for you.. Rescuers with philosophies alligned with ours may feel free to print out and redistribute any of our education materials.. The ones below will be of particular interest.. All we ask is that you do not modify the documents.. If you wish to provide documents online at your website, please link to our files, don t copy them to your own website.. Shelters can feel free to add their own names and logos to our documents, but crediting us is nice as well!.. HRS Emergency Rescue Fund.. HRS s Emergency Rescue Fund: Helping Shelters and Rescuers.. Emergency Rescue Grant Application.. List of Grant Recipients.. The How to s of  ...   Every Day.. A Fosterer s Story: Thumper and Me.. Options for Transporting Rabbits.. Bunderground Railroad.. Pilots N Paws.. Free Educational Materials To Use.. Adoption Forms.. Adoption Policies.. Adoption Contract.. Adoption Packet.. One Page Home Care Handout.. Adoption Questionnaire.. Shelter Pdfs Spanish.. Shelter Pdfs English.. Shelter Forms and Manuals.. Sample Intake Questions for Owner Surrenders.. Rabbit ID Form.. How To Write a Cage Card.. Personality Cage Card.. Rabbit Cage Card.. Rabbit Cage Card (Italian; to use as a model).. Flower Rabbits: A Tool for Assessment.. Assessing the Behavior of Shelter Rabbits.. Medical Card.. Intake Health Check Form.. Grooming Form.. Rescue Group Contract.. Foster Home Contract.. Foster Home Questionnaire.. Shelter Volunteer Training Manual.. Living with a House Rabbit Brochure (b w).. Living with a House Rabbit Brochure (color).. Posters and Flyers.. More Resources for Shelters.. Photos of Shelter Set Ups.. Caring for Rabbits in the Animal Shelter..

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  • Title: About House Rabbit Society | House Rabbit Society
    Descriptive info: About House Rabbit Society.. About House Rabbit Society.. House Rabbit Society is a volunteer-based nonprofit organization with two primary goals:.. To rescue abandoned rabbits and find permanent homes for them and.. To educate the public and assist humane societies, through publications on rabbit care, phone consultation, and classes upon request.. We operate an adoption and education center out of our International Headquarters in Richmond, California.. What is House Rabbit Society’s Philosophy?.. House Rabbit Society believes that ALL rabbits are valuable as individuals, regardless of breed purity, temperament, state of health, or relationship to humans.. The welfare of all rabbits is our primary consideration.. It is in the best interest of domestic rabbits to be neutered/spayed, to live in human housing where supervision and protection are provided, and to be treated for illnesses by veterinarians.. Domestic rabbits are companion  ...   Society?.. Join House Rabbit Society online.. , or send $20 (non-USA residents send $28) to:.. Donate online.. , or join our monthly giving club.. the Bunny Brigade.. !.. As an educational service, members of the House Rabbit Society receive the.. when it is published, typically 2 or 3 times a year.. To find out more about membership, to see when your membership expires, or to change your address in our records, please email.. What information can I find on House Rabbit Society’s website?.. The website contains numerous articles pertaining to nearly every aspect of rabbit care, behavior and health, along with back issues of the.. and links to House Rabbit Society chapters (on our home page).. Does House Rabbit Society have an electronic mailing list?.. House Rabbit Society has a monthly email newsletter sign up on our home page..

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  • Title: Show Me a Bunny! | House Rabbit Society
    Descriptive info: Show Me a Bunny!.. These photographs of happy house rabbits were submitted by our supporters.. To submit your own photo, email.. photos@rabbit.. , and please consider supporting this fun feature by.. donating to HRS.. To see more bunnies, click on the magnifying glass on the bunny, then click on the arrow to scroll through the rabbits to your heart s content!.. Zoom in.. Read more..

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  • Title: Who We Are | House Rabbit Society
    Descriptive info: Who We Are.. Feb 13, 2013.. House Rabbit Society is an international, nonprofit animal welfare organization based in Richmond, California.. Our mission has two parts:.. Through our fostering program, volunteers rescue abandoned rabbits and find permanent adoptive homes for them.. Through education, we seek to reduce the number of unwanted rabbits — and to improve bunnies’ lives — by helping people better understand these often misunderstood companion animals.. In line with our mission, we are against the exploitation of rabbits.. Since HRS was founded in 1988, over 30,000 rabbits have been rescued through our foster homes across the United States.. Many of these bunnies had run out of time at animal shelters and were scheduled for euthanasia; others had been deemed “unadoptable” because of age, health, or disposition.. Because there is no time  ...   In caring for so many diverse bunnies, our all-volunteer organization has learned a tremendous amount about their social, behavioral, and medical requirements.. By sharing the collected information these rabbits have taught us, we are able to help other people improve their relationships with their rabbits.. HRS provides educational materials to veterinarians and humane societies and helps individual rabbit people solve behavior and health problems, primarily through our web site, rabbit.. org, and our quarterly publication,.. Over the past 20 years, HRS has grown from 300 to more than 8,000 members, with local.. chapters and educators.. in over 30 states plus Canada, Italy, Hong Kong, Australia, Japan and Singapore.. Our web site, rabbit.. org, is accessed over 100,000 times a day by people in dozens of countries around the world.. Related Posts.. Tags.. Share This..

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  • Title: HRS | House Rabbit Society
    Descriptive info: Posts by admin.. Meet Sunny!.. Jun 9, 2014.. Meet Sunny peeking out from his cubby! He is 5 yrs old and was adopted from NHSPCA.. Very sweet and loves to cuddle.. He has 3 brothers..

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