If you’ve read the About the Author page, you know our “rabbit habit” started quite innocently and totally by accident. As with anything that interests me, I kind of immersed myself in books for a couple of weeks and soaked up all the information I […]
Tag: American Rabbit Breeders Association
You’ve decided you want a rabbit for a pet but don’t know where to start. Rather diving in, take the time to research how to care for a rabbit and what breed of rabbit will work best for you and/or your family. There are 47 different breeds recognized by the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA) — each of them with their own unique personality and needs.
Wool breeds (angora, , fuzzy lop, etc) require regular grooming to keep their fur free from mats. Some breeds tend to be more high strung than others — but there are always exceptions. Some breeds get very large (12+ pounds). Do you want a rabbit that big? Several breeds are small or mini breeds. A 2 pound rabbit is obviously more delicate (more…)