1. Start with a vigorous scan of the website. If the website is bland, lacking general information through Blogs, Authentic Reviews with Pictures of actual customers, and the Rabbitry as a whole, you may want to delve into looking into other breeders.
2. Make sure there is access to a Sales Policy that provides customer protection, and recommends at least an annual visit to the Veterinarian. If bunnies are sold as is, it potentially is a red flag because there are lacking health standards.
3. Ask as many questions as possible and never feel as if you are imposing or over asking. The more questions answered, the more effective raising your baby bunny will be.
4. Make sure the breeder is called over the phone at some point, prior to leaving a deposit. It is important to know who is on the other end, and that their screening process is optimal, thus preventing bunnies being sold to owners who will not treat their new baby bunny as directed.
5. Ask for a receipt via email post purchase, or post leaving a deposit for your protection as a customer.
6.Lastly and most important, make sure that your breeder will be following up on your bunny's health post taking your new bunny home, and still remains a constant resource for questions and help if need be.
We at Lovely Bunny's have been taking these steps since inception. In turn, this has accelerated our customer satisfaction tremendously, while eliminating untimely deaths, and allowing your bunny to get the most out of their life, as they so greatly deserve!
Wishing all of our customers and bunny/animal lovers alike all of our love!
Matthew- Lovely Bunny's Owner/Operations/Website Operations/Sales & Inquiries
Phone: (973) 330-2928
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