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Please speak up for animals and let PetSmart know that you are unhappy with their decision to sell rabbits in their stores rather than reach out to more rabbit rescue groups to expand their rabbit adoption programs. Please send PetSmart a polite letter or email, or give them a call to express your concerns:
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PetSmart recently announced plans to breed and sell dwarf rabbits in spite of its adoption partnerships with rabbit rescue groups all the more distressing. Their callous decision to sell rabbits while thousands of healthy bunnies languish in shelters across the U.S. and Canada will cause even more rabbits to be euthanized. Pet Food for Rabbits, Ferrets, Guinea Pigs & More | PetSmart
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PetSmart began in-market research in July 2007 of spayed and neutered dwarf rabbits in about 25 stores nationwide to evaluate potential sales as part of our small pet offering.East Bay Rabbit Rescue, "The Biggest Little Rabbit Rescue in the East Bay", is a nonprofit dedicated to helping rabbits. We have a weekly event EVERY Saturday at the Dublin PetSmart and are available to meet by appointment.Out Shopping With The Bunny Rabbit at Pet Smart pet store. Yes, PetSmart allows bunny rabbits to go shopping! Just be careful not to get too close to any dogs. Our bunny is wearing a harness in this video. He is a Netherland Dwarf rabbit. He stays small forever.Taking the Bunny to PetSmart Part 2! Shopping with Bugz Bunny. Yes, you can take your rabbit to PetSmart. Just be careful that your little bunny doesn't come too close to any dogs. That could be dangerous. You should probably bring a bunny holder to keep your bunny safe. This is so much fun though!

Our bunny is named Bugs Bunny and he is so cute. He is a Netherland Dwarf baby rabbit.

What is a Netherland Dwarf Rabbit? The Netherland Dwarf is a popular breed of domestic rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) originating in the Netherlands. Smaller than most rabbit breeds, Netherland Dwarf rabbits weigh 500 g to 1.6 kg (1.1 lbs to 3.5 lbs) and are usually kept as pets or exhibition animals.We were told that Petsmart would only trim nails of animals thathave had rabies shots. Rabbits don't get rabies shots, so wewere out of luck. As somebun else mentioned, we go to thevet. I always feel better with them anyways, because theyhandle so many rabbits. Somebun else pointed out that somerescue organization will also do it at adoption events and such(and sometimes they'll teach you how to do it too).I was at Petsmart today buying kitty and bunny supplies and stopped to ask the vet's officethere if they know of any rabbit savvy vets in the area that they could recommend for Edie. The receptionist said that they see rabbits all the time and spay and neuter them. Just curious what you guys think of them.