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In shelter Rabbit

San Jose, Santa Clara County, Califor...
Pet name:
Shorthaired Rabbit
Coat length:
07/06/21 16:36**DOGBERRY (A1214346)Beautiful Dogberry is very shy. But beneath his timidity lies an exquisite spirit just waiting to blossom. He is gentle, sensitive, incredibly sweet, and loves being petted once he feels safe. He's become quite the love sponge lately as he has started coming out of his shell. He's an absolute angel and has immaculate litter box habits. He's one of the cleanest bunnies we've ever seen. This special boy would thrive most in an adult environment with kind people who can give him lots of love, tenderness, patience, and space to adjust without demands. His care requirements include:Indoor housing only in a large space to explore, play, and run.Exercise pens (x-pens) are a must. Two x-pens attached together provide adequate space. NO Cages or Hutches – too small!Soft fleece blankets and area rugs to sleep on.Lots of hay and fresh leafy greens.A large hide cardboard box.Chew toysNail trim every 6 - 8 weeksRHDV vaccinationIf you would like to know more about Dogberry, please contact shelter rabbit volunteer, Cheryl at 408-621-3773. She offers free adoption support and care coaching.The Rabbit Haven Rescue offers one free nail trim and health check for adopted shelter bunnies. Ask Cheryl for more details.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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