Join the Minnesota Companion Rabbit Society at Animal Humane Society in Woodbury for a class including diet, housing, basic health, and insight into common rabbit behaviors.

Classes are held in Woodbury and Golden Valley from 6:30 – 8 pm monthly.

*Class registration taken by Holly Lang, MCRS Adoption Director: or 651-491-6387


MCRS Hoppy Hours help fund our work in education and adoption!  They are a great opportunity to exercise and socialize your Rabbit, while connecting with other Rabbit owners and MCRS volunteers.

Hoppy Hours take place on Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays at multiple locations.  

  • South Saint Paul Hoppy Hour & Supply Sales  //  Every other Wednesday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. & Every other Sunday from 1 to 3 p.m.
  • Golden Valley Hoppy Hour  //  Every other Sunday from 1 to 2 p.m.
  • Uptown Hoppy Hour  //  Every other Friday from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m.

You can read more about each Hoppy Hour and sign up to attend our South Saint Paul Hoppy Hour in the events section of our website. 

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Rabbits love to jump, explore, and figure out obstacles.  Rabbit agility classes allow your bunny to engage in those activities and are also an ideal way to interact and have fun with your rabbit, providing a perfect bonding experience for you and your rabbit companion.  The agility training program also provides exercise and mental stimulation for companion rabbits by mimicking the types of obstacles a rabbit would find in the wild. The various Band level classes teach you how to properly and effectively communicate with your bunny. Rabbit agility also improves your rabbit’s social skills and confidence in new surroundings.

We use only bunny-friendly, gentle methods in our Agility Training Program. Our instructors use training methods that are fun and easy for all family members. 

Learn more and register to attend in the events section of our website. 



Our dedicated volunteers take answer questions from the general public through email.  Contact us with questions about companion rabbit care, adoption, volunteering or other information pertaining to MCRS and our events.  

If your Rabbit has a medical issue or emergency please talk to your veterinarian.  If you have found wild kits (baby rabbits), or another wild animal do not move them.  Please contact the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.



The best place to find all the events MCRS is presenting is in the events section of our website.  Alongside our regular programming, we offer:

  • Day camps in partnership with the Animal Humane Society
  • Educational presentations for classes and schools
  • One time educational experiences