Might Cause

Contribute to the Sacramento House Rabbit Society through Mighty Cause


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Contribute via PayPal on our Run for the Buns Page

Emergency Rabbit Vets

These clinics are available for 24hr emergencies. Call to be sure they have a rabbit-savvy vet on duty. Although they are open, a vet experienced with rabbits is not guaranteed to be there at all hours.

Atlantic Street Veterinary Hospital/Pet Emergency Center
1100 Atlantic Street
Roseville, CA 95678
(916) 783-4655

Bradshaw Veterinary Clinic
9609 Bradshaw Rd.
Elk Grove, CA 95624
Dr. Anne Gray
Dr. Jaime Kwok
Dr. David Petrunich
(916) 685-2494

All Creatures Veterinary Emergency Clinic 

2210 E Bidwell St Folsom, CA 95630 (916) 984-8387


About Us

Sacramento House Rabbit Society is an all volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing and finding loving homes for abandoned and unwanted rabbits. SHRS is committed to educating people about the unique nature and proper care of these wonderful, intelligent companion animals.

We enrich both people's and rabbits' lives by introducing them to each other & coaching both to happily coexist. We are a licensed chapter of House Rabbit Society, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and the nations largest rabbit welfare group.


Donations are always welcome, and can be mailed to our new address as of April 2023:

Sacramento House Rabbit Society
4022 Sunrise Blvd., Ste 120, Unit 236
Rancho Cordova, CA 95742-6911

SHRS is a 501(c)(3) organization and donations are tax-deductible. Donations help defray our costs which include veterinary care for foster rabbits, copying and mailing the newsletter, and educational materials. Click here to download a donation & membership form.


If you want to help Sacramento area rabbits, we can always use more foster families. Visit us a our next adoption day to see what is involved. See more details here on what is involved.

Contact Info

We hope you'll find answers to most of your questions at this website or the national HRS website. If you still have questions, please feel free to send a message to the appropriate person listed below. If you have an urgent medical question, we suggest you consult the national HRS emergency guide.

For medical questions or emergencies, please contact your veterinarian. Click here for a list of rabbit savvy vets in the Sacramento area.

Email Contacts
Be sure to give your name and other contact information in your email.
Interested in finding out more about featured foster rabbits or adopting one of our rabbits? Email the Hotline
Email a question or comment to the hotline (not answered immediately). Including any questions about behavior, care, feeding, bonding, etc. Email the Hotline
Be sure to check your gmail spam & junk mail folders since our responses seem to end up there often.

Do you have questions about behavior or rabbit care? Call our hotline at
(916) 863-9690 and leave a message. This is staffed by volunteers, so please do not expect an immediate answer.

If you do not want to keep the rabbit you have, please read our page "Finding a home for an unwanted rabbit".

You may be having a difficult time with your rabbit because you don't understand her. Rabbits behavior is vastly different from dog or cat behavior. Learn about coping with your rabbit's behavior at our pages:

Check out our Bunny Line Frequently Asked Questions. Our volunteers have fielded many questions over the years. Yours may be among them.

Check out our Bad Ideas for Rabbits. See a list of bad situations that people may not have thought through with rabbits..

Last updated july 19, 2023