While consolidation continues, all Breeders do not take the same amount of pride in breeding happy, healthy bunnies. This is continuing to change as the internet spreads more accurate information. Before reaching out to a breeder here are some key pre-scanning tools you can use to verify if this step you are about to take is the correct one.
First, do a scan of Social Media, if you see videos of adults and babies on their page that is packed with a ton of content, it is a good sign but by all means NOT a complete "Green Light".
Next Proceed to the website. If the website is highly developed with customer videos, pictures, and reviews that are not "Pirated" this is another sign that you are on the right track.
On the Website look through all the information given. Look to see if the website took years to develop, or was created in a two week span and simply has a few site pages to visit, and a contact us via email. Look for a Bunny Care Page and Blog Page that are not simply just copy and pasted from other websites.
Following the previous step, look for transparency, accessibility to reach at any point by phone call, and equally as important see how much effort is put into the Blog. Believe it or not if there are a large amount of Blog articles on Rabbit Treatment, Rabbit health, and more articles to expand education, it does give quite an indication on how much time is put into the business as a whole.
Lastly, make sure there is a customer protective Sales Policy. This is a huge indication into how well the breeder knows they have healthy bunnies going to their owners, especially if they recommend a wellness check. A Breeder selling unhealthy bunnies would not want their bunnies going anywhere near a Vet for obvious reasons, and would also not have a health guarantee.
Once you feel comfortable to make the phone call to inquire it is now time to run down the 10 questions list.
If You Are Going To Go With Lovely Bunny's, Make Sure They are Treated Like the Lovely Bunny They Truly Are!
Bringing two bunnies home together at the same time when they are babies will essentially alleviate having to work at safely bonding the two bunnies together. The reason being, they are so young and have been sharing space since weening from their mother that they already find comfort in each other since they were together their whole lives. If you have a bunny that is older and fully grown and want to introduce a companion for them, or you have bunnies that have randomly shattered their bond for a multitude of reasons, then this article is going to be without doubt the best way to safely re-solidify that bond they will grow to have or have once had.
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International Rabbit Day Coming The Month Of Spetember, And The Progress Awarness Has Made Through The Years!!!
With August coming to a close, and September rolling in, with the month of September includes International Rabbit Day! At Lovely Bunny's we will be celebrating all month with special postings, videos, pictures, and just fun ways to reach out to the animal community to spread the amazing pets bunnies truly are. This month International Bunny Day Falls on the 23rd of September, and with that I would like to take a look back over the past five years at how far organizations, activists, and the world in general have paved the way for bunnies to find owners humanely, pre-vetted, and educated prior to a bunny going to their new loving owner. Please be aware that where we were, which was a bunny lover's nightmare to how far we have come is shockingly comforting! Click Read More Below For More Information.
Three current customers have now reached out to us prior to purchasing a bunny from us disclosing how they had found bunnies for sale on Facebook. The page looks extremely legitimate with pictures and videos of bunnies. Their information is limited and no website is available to view creating a lack of transparency. The charge usually ranges from about $110-$175 for a bunny, and then an offered $65 delivery fee. These customers purchased the bunnies for therapy pets and for their children, and furthermore were blocked following funds transferred. This has created trauma more then the financial aspect, and it is truly a shame this exploitation continues. I strongly recommend staying away from purchasing bunnies solely off Facebook until enough information can be spread to shut this scam down for good. If you do see any of these pages on Facebook who follow this pattern and are interested in a baby bunny, I would recommend calling us here at Lovely Bunny's and reporting the page immediately. Additionally only focus on breeders with legitimate listed phone numbers willing to answer all your questions by phone call.
Wishing all our customers and bunny lovers the best,
Matthew- Co-Owner of Lovely Bunny's
Phone: (973) 330-2928
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