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Amanda Hillier - 2003-12-17
I have several mini lops but I expecially like my little 3 week old broken black female. I raised her since she was 1 week old. She is fully lopped and is so cute. she follows me around and I have started to litter train her. I named her Muffin and recommend a mini lop to every one who likes cute adorable things. Mini Lops are very cute rabbits.

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Jen - 2011-10-02
My little Havana is soo soft, cute, and cuddly, I can't put him down. lol

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  • Charlie Roche - 2011-10-03
    Glad you enjoy him. They are so soft.
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Loreli Baroldy - 2003-11-08
I just got a mini lop rabbit and he is so nice! I could just sit there and pet him all day. He is so calm. I love my bunny Panda. They are the best pets!

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Kelly Bullington Koch - 2011-10-20
What would happen if my E-spotted rabbit maitted with a Rex?

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  • Charlie Roche - 2011-10-20
    Some might look like dad and some might look like mom but most would look like a cross breed between the two. You'd have a very soft, dense coated sorta spotted or patterned baby bunnies. They should be adorable.
  • Becca - 2012-05-09
    I would expect 25% Rex, 25% English spots, and 50% mixed. However, you cannot show them even if they are the correct markings, because the ARBA states that your bin must be a pedigree, which means you must be able to trace back your buns history three generations, all the same breed. Lastly, if you ever bred your marked buns, (let's say you wanted to breed your Rex mix) their babies might actually look like an English spot, because they are carriers of their other parents trait.
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Animal-World info on Holland Lop Rabbits
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Kathy - 2012-05-03
I'm getting a little 6 week old blue holland dwarf lop tomorrow. How to get a heads up on the litter training. I hope to train him to be a service bunny. Any helpful suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Wish me luck.

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-05-04
    I believe the easest way to litter train a bunny is to place the bunny in a small room (ie laundry room)where you will most likely set up the litter. Spread papers around and when he goes take the paper and crinkle it up and put the litter where the bunny just went with the crinkled up paper inside thelitter (along with the litter). You can then gradually move the litter to where you want it - but just like 6 inches at a time.
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hannah - 2012-06-18
Any holland lop breeders in chicago or the south suburbs? They are just the apple of my eye!:)

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-11-28
    Easiest way to look is to go to Bing.com or Google.com and enter Holland Lop Breeders + Chicago.  You can also try Holland Lop Breeders Society and they usually have a list of breeders.
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Bethany - 2004-04-10
I have a Netherland Dwarf Rabbit for about a week now and I think that they are better a better pet then a dog! They are so lovable and cute! They will just sit in your lap and go to sleep! I love my Netherland Rabbit!

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Animal-World info on New Zealand Rabbits
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Abby - 2012-08-23
I just bought a rabbit yesterday (my first one, I'm loving it) her name is Lilly and she is a sweetheart. I was told she was a new Zealand, but she is the color of a wild rabbit, like a cottontail rabbit. Any thoughts on that?

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  • kenny - 2012-08-28
    I like have this New Zealand
  • Charlie Roche - 2012-09-24
    New Zealands come in just about every color that there is.  Here are some photos of New Zealand Rabbits where you can see many of their colors.
  • Erin - 2012-09-24
    I am not familiar with New Zealand's but if you talk to a breeder or do an internet search on the colors of New Zealand rabbits you will get more information. Sorry, I'm not more helpful!
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Animal-World info on Creme D'Argent Rabbits
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Stacy - 2008-08-30
I was wondering how someone would be able to buy a Creme D'Argent. They ae a lovley breed and I live in a small mountain area in AZ and they have nothing like that here. Ty for any info. sgtmouse4875@yahoo.com

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Erin - 2004-02-18
When your bunny has gotten "frisky" and rough with you it is probably because s/he has not been spayed/neutered.

Unless you plan to breed your bunny, have it fixed and you will most likely see these behaviors disappear... Your sweet, mild-mannered bunny will return!

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