You have Rabbit questions?
We're all ears!

Welcome to your tour through Rabbitdom!


RabbitWise, Inc., has been dissolved. This informational website is maintained in the memory of the founder, the amazing Lana Lehr.
Please support the work of our sister organization, ⇒Friends of Rabbits.

Welcome to RabbitWise, your guide through Rabbitdom, where you will find connections to everything rabbit nationwide and specific information for the metropolitan Washington, DC area (the District of Columbia, Suburban Maryland, and Northern Virginia).

What's Here

You will find links to informative rabbit-related sites on the net, across the nation and across the world. By making this information more easily accessible in an organized fashion, we hope to help everyone with their rabbit questions.

For a more personal touch, RabbitWise can put you in contact with rabbit knowledgeable people to consult with, arrange hands-on rabbit care workshops for you to attend, and locate local veterinarians that are experienced with rabbits. Ultimately, by helping you, we hope to assist domestic rabbits, our primary clients, find an excellent quality of life in permanent indoor homes with responsible and caring rabbit guardians.

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For the rescue, shelter, and veterinary communities, RabbitWise hopes that this website is a useful tool to share information, coordinate services, reduce duplication, and create a system of integrated programs to benefit rabbits.

About this website

First, those little arrows? Like this: ⇒. They indicate a link to another page. Click on the words right after the arrow. If the link is for another location on this site, you’ll either be taken right there. Just use the back button on your browser to return. If the link is for a different web site, a new browser window will open for the other web site – you can close the new window when you’re done, and you’ll be right back where you were at RabbitWise!

The Main Menu and main pages

Oh — and we've replicated the main menu across the bottom of each page, in the footer, to make it easier for you to navigate when you've gotten to the bottom of a long page!