Rabbit purchase prices and veterinary costs
Cost of adopting a rabbitTo buy a pet rabbit can cost between $25 and $150 at the Rabbit Rescue Sanctuary. The price of a rescue rabbit depends on how much it has cost us to rescue him or her. The price includes desexing, vaccinating, microchip, parasite protection, nail clipping, vet check, vet voucher for your first vet visit valued at $57 off the cost. The rescue rabbit's new owner receives a rabbit care booklet, ongoing support by phone or visit to the Rabbit Sanctuary. You can also return the rabbit or exchange him or her if for some reason you can't continue with the adoption.
Cost of buying a rabbit from a breeder or pet shopIf you buy a baby rabbit from a pet shop or breeder if can be more expensive. Why? Because you will have to pay for the following:
Rabbit vaccination $25
Rabbit desexing $190 to desex a female and $150 to desex a male rabbit
Initial worm, mite and mosquito protection treatment $25
NB prices are averages. Different vets charge higher or lower prices. Pension card holders may have a discount depending on the vet's offers and subsidies provided by AWL and RSPCA.
One of the reasons for buying a pet rabbit from the Rabbit Rescue Sanctuary is that you get so much more added value than buying from other places.