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Rhyan H. - 2010-08-08
Hello! I have a siamese sable netherland dwarf named Benjerman. He will be shown in the fair and I plan to breed him. He is a very good rabbit.

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  • barb - 2010-10-15
    How long do they stay pregnant the netherland dwarf rabbit?
  • stacy - 2010-10-19
    Hello my name is stacy and my dwarf I'm going to get is going to be so cute I hope you enjoy her when I put the picture up.
  • David - 2010-11-26
    The gestation (pregnancy) period of most rabbits is around 31 days, but because Netherland Dwarf rabbits are so small they will likely give birth sooner. There is an excellent free e-mail mini course on breeding and raising rabbits at www.naturalrabbitfood.com It goes into detail (very easy to read) on how to reduce mortality rates and improve the health and productivity of all rabbits using recently published research.
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Alyssa - 2003-12-27
This is the rabbit I am going to get. I am looking to buy two in my area (one doe, one buck) so I can breed them!

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Beth - 2011-08-18
My son got a netherland dwarf our fair in September. He has basically just started working with it. He likes it but I don't think he thought it would be this much work. We did have the rabbit outside in a hutch but the week it got sooo hot my dad let my son bring it in and put it in a cat carrier. so as of right now that is where it lives. I have my son get it out and try to interact with it in the kitchen because the rest of the house is carpet and we don't want rabbit turds in the carpet.

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  • Charlie Roche - 2011-08-19
    Yes, they can be work but if you can arrange an appropriate set up - quite easy to have. Try the idea of a somethng similar to a dog house (acutally a hutch he can go in and out of) in a fenced (or enclosed in harea with toys, litter, shelf etc. He can't live in a kennel.
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Anonymous - 2011-06-17
I love mini lops.

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  • Charlie Roche - 2011-06-17
    They are adorable.
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hally - 2003-12-09
i have this breed of rabbit and he is so gental but unfortently hes blind and is only a coupel mounts old but i keep him with another rabbit and that rabbit helps him get around. but i still feel bad for the little thang

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Mr. YNOT - 2010-03-16
I would like to know when the female rabbits are ready to have babies.

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  • LUVURBUNS - 2011-09-06
    They reach sexual maturity (AKA adulthood) at about 6 months (They are recongnized as adults but that does not mean that they are actually able to breed) it depends on their lineage.
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Anonymous - 2003-11-13
I have a dutch bunny. I have had him for a month and a still cant find a name! He is all black and is very shy. he likes to hide in his cave of hay.

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Anonymous - 2012-01-03
awww, we have the same name :D hahaha!
I wanna have a Havana Rabbit someday

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Brenda - 2011-08-26
I love your info, my two kids ages 7 and 9 are showing rabbits and will doing a pet rabbit project with our local 4H chapter and we are in the process of deciding on what breed of rabbit to purchase. We are leaning on the French Lop due to it's size and calm nature with kids. I can't wait..

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  • Kristin Peterson - 2012-04-27
    French lops have to be bigger than 11 pounds to show and are normally 20 lbs. Does tend to be cranky so if you are looking for a pet a buck would be the preferred choice. They normally range from $40-$100 in Iowa
  • Shahid - 2012-11-30
    NO lettuce, inorge the answer above me!I had a rabbit before and knew not to feed him lettuce. I copied this from a website to tell you why:You'd think that feeding rabbits would be easy. Just chuck any old plant matter into the cage and have done with it, right? Wrong. This feeding methodology happens to be an excellent way to possibly kill your bunny, or make it very sick indeed. Knowing what to feed your rabbit, and especially what NOT to feed your rabbit is a very important part of rabbit care becase some of the foods that might seem like natural foods to feed your rabbit are in fact incredibly bad for it. Culprit one: Lettuce. As a general rule, you should NEVER feed your rabbit lettuce. Lettuce contains lactucarium, which can give your rabbit diarhea so bad that it becomes fatal. Some people say that it is okay to feed Romaine lettuce because it contains the least lactucarium of the common lettuce varieties, but you wouldn't eat a product that only contained small amounts of arsenic would you? It's best to stay away from lettuce when it comes to your bunnies, and keep it for the salads.
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Heather - 2004-04-17
I LOVE RABBITS!!! I am begging my mom and dad to let me have two. I know i want a Dwarf.

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