Thank you so much for taking the time to visit our website. We hope you find value in our content and enjoy the beautiful imagery of our gorgeous bunnies. On this site, you will be able to find all our bunnies we have available to reserve and all sorts of information regarding housing, bonding, litter training and more. We are registered with the British Rabbit Council and abide by the guidelines set by the Rabbit Welfare Association & Fund (RWAF). All our adult bunnies have amazing temperaments and can be seen on request. Our babies get handled from the first day and are used to both adults and children to ensure they will make wonderful pets.
Here at Billericay Bunnies, we ensure to give our rabbits a top-quality life. No being cooped up in hutches all day, but enjoy large, safe runs outside equipped with loads of toys to keep them entertained and mentally stimulated. We take them outside every day to play and socialise, as well as to be handled. They are fed only the best food/hay, fresh herbs from our herb garden, and fresh veg. We breed to improve the breed, not for the sake of breeding. We match up the best pairs to produce the most quality of bunnies. We only breed a small number of does at a time so that we can give our full focus and attention to every bunny born.
When placing your deposit on your chosen bunny/bunnies you will receive a rabbit care guide, shopping list, video on handling your bunny and link to this website for information and housing inspiration to prepare you before your bunny joins your family. When you collect your bunny you will also receive a gift bag that contains a birth certificate, toys, an RWAF magazine and treats to help make the transition a little easier. We also send updated photos and videos every other week so you can watch your bunny grow. Lastly, we are always here for help and advice for however long you need it.
We hope you choose Billericay Bunnies for your new bunny family member. Please join our Facebook or Instagram pages for updates, news, and gorgeous bunny photos.