We have baby bunnies available! Go to the “available bunnnies” tab.
We have a small rabbitry in south western PA located about 15 minutes North west of the Pittsburgh airport. Our rabbits are housed in solid floored cages and get daily exercise. We enjoy having a micro rabbitry so we have the time to spend with all of our adult rabbits and to socialize our babies. We believe a great pet starts with being raised in a wonderful environment so that is what we have strived to create. Here on our farm our rabbits are very well socialized with other animals, including cows, chickens, dogs, and cats, as well as many different ages of people. They especially enjoy playing in the yard with our miniature Australian Shepherd! All of the baby bunnies that leave our farm have begun litter training and have gotten daily exercise. Each of our bunnies are handled daily, multiple times a day. Since we do have a micro rabbitry which contains a small number of adult bunnies (less than 10) we do not have any more than 12 litters per year. Bunnies are pregnant for 31 days, then nurse their kits (babies) until they are about 8 weeks old. We handle each of our baby bunnies born here from hours after they are born. The more human touch bunnies experience, the more friendly they will be. Each of our bunnies are our pets and get plenty of time to play in our yard, fresh food, water, and hay twice a day. As well as treats and new toys to keep them entertained. We adore each of our baby bunnies that are born on our farm and look forward to keeping in contact with their new owners by getting pictures, videos, etc.
Choosing your bunny
Many people choose their rabbit by gender or color. Male bunnies are usually better with getting held as adults, though both genders don’t like to be held for long because bunnies are prey animals so they are much more confident on the ground. Males and females are both very similar if raised in a good environment where they get lots of love. We get asked a lot about female bunnies, if they go into heat like dogs. And the answer is no, female bunnies do not got into heat. Bunnies are very unique and actually ovulate when bred. In the instance that you are having a difficult time choosing or just can't wait until your new bunny is 8 weeks old to see it for the first time then you may setup an appointment with us to come pick out and/or meet your new family member. If you are getting 2 bunnies (which is the limit you can purchase from us) then they must be of the same gender. If you are looking for a certain color you can be added to our waitlist upon request and will be the first notified once a rabbit of that color has been born. Every rabbit has a different personality and each one is right for a different family. If you are looking for a price on a bunny please email or text us by going to the contact tab.