People always think that rabbit is a great starter for newbie and a low maintenance pet.
The TRUTH is rabbits are NOT low maintenance pet. Although they don’t need to be walked like dogs, rabbits need a lot of care just like other pet. Their quarters need daily cleaning, water must be offered daily, including a salad of well-washed, dark-green leafy vegetables.
Certain rabbit health problems can become chronic and can require regular veterinary treatment which is often expensive. To complicate the picture, veterinarians skilled in rabbit medicine are often hard to find compare to other pet like cat and dog.
Most people said that rabbits only live a year or two, so there's no long commitment to care for bunny.
The TRUTH is well cared rabbits can LIVE up to 7-10 years, and some live into their teens. This is approximately the same life span as some breeds of dogs, and requires the same long-term commitment.
People always said that rabbits DON'T need a veterinarian care like cat and dog do.
The TRUTH is rabbits need a regular veterinary checkups to help detecting small problems before they become big ones. Companion rabbits should be spayed/neutered by veterinarians experienced in rabbit surgery.
This not only reduces hormone-driven behaviors such as lunging, mounting, spraying, and boxing, but also protects females from the risk of uterine cancer, the incidence of which can exceed 50% as rabbits grow older.