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Breed
New Zealand
Color
Black
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Dwarf
Sex
Male
Pet ID
50180160
Hair Length

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Small blue checkmark Purebred

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Max and his siblings are ready to find their forever homes!

We expect these babies will be medium/large sized when fully grown. They can be shy at first as they were not raised in a pet home environment but are still active, curious youngsters who love to play, run, jump and explore. They will require homes able to provide them with lots of patience, attention, socialization, enrichment and time out of their enclosures to play and exercise.

It is highly recommended that all rabbits get spayed/neutered when they reach the appropriate age. The Humane Society will refund a portion of the adoption fee with proof of spay or neuter after adoption.

Spaying and neutering has SO many health and behavioural benefits for rabbits. It reduces territorial and destructive behaviours, it improves litter box habits, and prevents multiple reproductive cancers that rabbits are very prone to. Rabbits live longer, happier, healthier lives when spayed/neutered!

Please keep in mind that these rabbits have not been examined by a veterinarian. While staff has done their best to sex them correctly, it is extremely difficult to do this accurately until they reach sexual maturity. It is highly recommended that after adoption you take them to your vet for a full examination and have the sex confirmed by a veterinarian.

As always, please do your research on rabbit behaviour, heath, nutrition, and general care before applying to adopt. Rabbits are considered exotic pets that required specialized care (including vet care!) and live 10+ years if properly cared for. They make amazing companions but are not low maintenance or starter pets.

Please call 613-968-4673 if you are interested in adopting Max.
Max and his siblings are ready to find their forever homes!

We expect these babies will be medium/large sized when fully grown. They can be shy at first as they were not raised in a pet home environment but are still active, curious youngsters who love to play, run, jump and explore. They will require homes able to provide them with lots of patience, attention, socialization, enrichment and time out of their enclosures to play and exercise.

It is highly recommended that all rabbits get spayed/neutered when they reach the appropriate age. The Humane Society will refund a portion of the adoption fee with proof of spay or neuter after adoption.

Spaying and neutering has SO many health and behavioural benefits for rabbits. It reduces territorial and destructive behaviours, it improves litter box habits, and prevents multiple reproductive cancers that rabbits are very prone to. Rabbits live longer, happier, healthier lives when spayed/neutered!

Please keep in mind that these rabbits have not been examined by a veterinarian. While staff has done their best to sex them correctly, it is extremely difficult to do this accurately until they reach sexual maturity. It is highly recommended that after adoption you take them to your vet for a full examination and have the sex confirmed by a veterinarian.

As always, please do your research on rabbit behaviour, heath, nutrition, and general care before applying to adopt. Rabbits are considered exotic pets that required specialized care (including vet care!) and live 10+ years if properly cared for. They make amazing companions but are not low maintenance or starter pets.

Please call 613-968-4673 if you are interested in adopting Max.
Shelter

Humane Society Hastings Prince Edward

Contact info
Pet ID
50180160
Contact
Marja Smith
Address
Belleville, ON K8N 4Z2

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

We require potential adopters to fill out an pre-adoption application. If that application is approved, the dog/cat must be spayed/neutered before it leaves our shelter (if not already done). If it is a puppy under 4 months old, we allow it to go home with the adopters under a foster care agreement until it is old enough to be returned for spay/neuter. Kittens are allowed to leave before spay/neuter is done, but they must be done within a certain time frame. Fees: Dogs/puppies range from $150-300, depending on if they came in already spayed/neutered or if we paid to have that done. Cats range from $80 - $140, though we often have deals on older cats or cats that have been there a long time. Kittens are $60 with $25 refunded once it has been spayed/neutered. All adoptions include at least the first vaccination, deworming, de-fleaing, microchip ID, and 6 weeks of pet insurance.
We require potential adopters to fill out an pre-adoption application. If that application is approved, the dog/cat must be spayed/neutered before it leaves our shelter (if not already done). If it is a puppy under 4 months old, we allow it to go home with the adopters under a foster care agreement until it is old enough to be returned for spay/neuter. Kittens are allowed to leave before spay/neuter is done, but they must be done within a certain time frame. Fees: Dogs/puppies range from $150-300, depending on if they came in already spayed/neutered or if we paid to have that done. Cats range from $80 - $140, though we often have deals on older cats or cats that have been there a long time. Kittens are $60 with $25 refunded once it has been spayed/neutered. All adoptions include at least the first vaccination, deworming, de-fleaing, microchip ID, and 6 weeks of pet insurance.

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We are located at 527 Avonlough Road in Belleville. Visit our website, quintehumanesociety.com for more information.
We are located at 527 Avonlough Road in Belleville. Visit our website, quintehumanesociety.com for more information.

More about this shelter

Humane Society Hastings Prince Edward is a non-profit animal shelter serving Hastings & Prince Edward Counties. Each year we assist as many as 2200 animals in need. We provide a safe, caring environment for stray, surrendered, neglected or abused animals. We return hundreds of lost animals to their families, adopt out animals who are in need of a new home and provide medical care and other necessities for animals in distress. We spay/neuter to help with pet overpopulation and educate the public about animal welfare.
Humane Society Hastings Prince Edward is a non-profit animal shelter serving Hastings & Prince Edward Counties. Each year we assist as many as 2200 animals in need. We provide a safe, caring environment for stray, surrendered, neglected or abused animals. We return hundreds of lost animals to their families, adopt out animals who are in need of a new home and provide medical care and other necessities for animals in distress. We spay/neuter to help with pet overpopulation and educate the public about animal welfare.