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General Care

Start with the House Rabbit Handbook, 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 FAQs, 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.


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.

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What do you need to know to keep your rabbit looking his best and feeling his best? Find out more here! And what do you know about handling your rabbit? Find out more here!

Babies and Orphans (Wild and Domestic)  

House Rabbit Society does not promote or encourage breeding rabbits. We are a rescue organization and our purpose is to save rabbits’ 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 House Rabbit Journal 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.