RHDV2 has been found to be spreading in Southern California since 2020. Multiple domestic and wild rabbits have tested positive for the disease in Alameda, Marin, Mendocino, Solano, Stanislaus, and Yolo Counties since October 2022. The most recently reported RHDV2 cases in California can be seen on the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) website here for domestic rabbits and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) here for wild rabbits.

All boarding requests will now require the rabbits be vaccinated against RHDV2. See our Rates & Services page for more details. Rabbits that are unable to be vaccinated appropriately before their planned arrival will not be accepted for boarding. Please see our manually-compiled document for a list of veterinarians currently offering the vaccine. Book appointments early if you are seeking boarding for an upcoming vacation. No exceptions.

Due to the risks of both RHDV2 and COVID-19, we will only do drop-off and pick-up hand-offs at our front door.

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Please fill out the form below if you would like to request a boarding reservation as a new client. For existing clients, your previous email confirmations will have a link to our existing client form instead. If you cannot find the link, you can fill out the form below again.

For all other inquiries, please email us directly at boarding@ssbunny.com instead.