Sources of House Rabbit Information and Support

Jul 10, 2011 by

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The House Rabbit Handbook

This is the most complete and up-to-date resource for house rabbit information. It is stocked by many major bookstores in the United States, you can buy it through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and direct from the publisher at Drollery Press

The House Rabbit Journal

This is sent to all members of the House Rabbit Society as part of its educational effort. It keeps members abreast of new developments in understanding and caring for our rabbit companions. To join the House Rabbit Society, use ourĀ  membership form or send $18 (non-USA residents send $25) to

House Rabbit Society
148 Broadway
Richmond, CA 94804

House Rabbit Society members receive the Journal whenever it is published, usually two or three times a year. Please remember that this is not a subscription, but a benefit of being a member of the House Rabbit Society. An online archive of past issues of the journal are available.

Local House Rabbit Society Chapters

Your local House Rabbit Society chapter is an excellent source of information, and many local chapters hold education events, have phone supports, and may even publish their own newsletter. Local chapters are not supported financially by the national House Rabbit Society, so we encourage you to support your local chapter directly. Links to all our chapters can be found in the lefthand column on our home page.

The EtherBun Mailing List

You’ll find lots of knowledgeable House Rabbit Society educators participating in the discussions. This list is unmoderated.

Purpose: an unmoderated list to discuss house rabbit issues in general. Because the list is not moderated, it offers immediacy in case of health emergencies. It is also the largest House Rabbit Mailing List.

For more information on list guidelines and how to subscribe, visit Etherbun’s website

The HouseBun Mailing List

Purpose: a moderated list to discuss health, care & behavior of house rabbits. Because this list is moderated you will not receive off topic, nor “chatty” posts. You’ll find lots of knowledgeable House Rabbit Society educators participating in the discussions.

For more information on list guidelines and how to subscribe, visit Housebun’s website

The House Rabbit Society Web Site

Our web site hosts all 20 sections of this FAQ as well as hundreds of articles from the House Rabbit Journal.

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