Rabbits for Sale
Please read our rabbit sales policy before contacting us about purchasing rabbits. It can be found at the bottom of this page.
Nothing available at this time.
I am hoping to have juniors and potentially some proven seniors available in early 2018 hopefully with transport to PaSRBA.
Rabbit Sale Terms and Conditions
By contacting us about purchasing a rabbit you have agreed to our sales policy.
This is only the sales policy for rabbits.
Updated June 14, 2017
We ask that anyone contacting us about purchasing is eighteen (18) years of age or older, if you are under eighteen (18) please have a parent or guardian contact us. We will not release an animal without a parent or guardian present at the time of pick up. We hold the right to refuse or cancel a sale at any time for any reason. If a sale is cancelled by the buyer any monies paid will be forfeited, if we cancel the sale paid toward the animal will be refunded, any shipping fees, carrier or crate fees or transportation fees will not be refunded.
Animals are sold on a first come, first serve basis. We do not keep any waiting lists. No kits are "reserved" in advance and no animals leave before eight (8) weeks of age.
All animals posted for sale are healthy and free of any disqualifications to the best of my knowledge unless noted otherwise. Once the animal is our of our care we cannot guarantee the health or show and breeding success of any animal. All show and breeding stock is pedigreed [and registered if over six (6) months and eligible] and tattooed at the time of pick up. No animals sold as a pet will come with a pedigree, nor get one after the time of sale if requested. Nothing on the pedigree is to be changed except the weight or ear length of the rabbit in question. The tattoo of the animal and herd name prefix is never to be changed.
If your rabbit cannot be picked up in person we do offer to ship them by air or with a ground transporter at the expense of the buyer.
For ground transport, we are willing to look into finding transporters through various Facebook and Yahoo groups but we have the right to refuse any transporter for any reason. We will supply to transporter with a few days worth of food past when they are expected to be delivered in addition to a few bottle of our water to help and a bag of hay to help with the initial stress of transporting. We do everything we can to make transporting as stress free as possible but once the animal is out of care I cannot guarantee the health or condition of the animal so please choose transporters wisely. If the transporter needs a carrier it will be a included expense to the buyer.
For shipping, we ship out of Bradley International Airport in Hartford, CT and prefer to use United Airline Pet Safe or Delta Cargo. We have used Delta personally and United has a good reputation with frequent rabbit flyers. The expenses of the buyer include but are not limited to: shipping fees, flight carrier and crate fees, health papers and other vet expenses, and transportation to the airport. I am willing to ship internationally as long as the export and import isn't too extensive but international shipping will have an added fee in addition to the general shipping fees. When shipped we put KW Cages flight carriers inside a dog kennel as the airlines prefer. The tray(s) will have puppy pads to absorb any urine and the rabbits will have a small dish of food and a small dish or ice cubes just before shipping. We try to make this as stress free as possible for the animals. It's best to arrive at the airport as soon as the crate arrives and remove the lid to the dog crate to give them extra airflow and refill waters and feed to encourage eating and drinking. They do best if removed from the carrier and put in their permanent larger cages as soon as possible so they are relax after their long day.