A number of rabbit-based sites
are available on the Web. The following are among
the best ones available and are rich with resources.
If you haven't visited them yet, you should!
Rabbit Breeders Association, Inc. (ARBA)
is a worldwide organization of over 30,000
rabbit breeders and raisers of all stripes,
ranging from those who have rabbits for
show or for commericial purposes to pet
owners. The ARBA site has information on
membership, chartered clubs, upcoming ARBA
shows, and much more.
Start is a Web site that lists commercial
rabbit information for those in the rabbit
show and rabbit meat industries. You can
sign up for an e-mail newsletter on Hopping
Start and join their discussion boards.
The House Rabbit Society is a non-profit
organization devoted to educating rabbit owners on
how to raise and care for their pet rabbits. This beautifully
designed Web site has many articles on specific rabbit
care issues, as well as FAQs for new rabbit owners.
Professional Rabbit Meat Association (PRMA)
represents rabbit breeders and rabbit farms
that sell rabbits for meat as well as rabbit
processing businesses. The web site for
this organization includes many helpful
articles, the latest news for those in
the rabbit meat industry, a discussion
board, and a newsletter for members.
ShowBunny is a Web site with lots of information
on breeding and showing rabbits. The site,
which also features a number of very active
mailing lists, has a breeder's directory
and info on different breeds of rabbits as
well. ShowBunny is owned by Rabbit Web webmaster
VHDInfo.com disseminates information on Viral
Hemorrhagic Disease of Rabbits (VHD). The
VHDInfo site, which is a joint effort of
Rabbit Web, ShowBunny, the Rabbit Industry
Council, Petrabbit.com, and the Rabbit
News and Research Quarterly, contains
the latest news as well as much background
information on this deadly disease that strikes