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Dutch Rabbits are small colorful bunnies with a great disposition. They are an excellent pet choice for children and make a great first bunny!
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I've got a black and white dutch breed and a havana rabbit.
I have a blue and white dutch bunny. He is the first pet I have had as an adult and my first bunny. He has a great disposition, is very playful, and loves to be petted. He is easy to care for and was easy to litterbox train. He pretty much trained himself. They are very smart animals. He loves to play. He runs all over the room and binkys high! He has a ball that he likes to roll around and he likes to hide in his little huts made out of cardboard boxes. He loves treats such as raisins, apples, carrots, broccoli, oranges, cilantro, mint, and parsley. He seems particularly fond of the mint and will pull it right out of your hand and gulp it down! : ) He does require alot of attention as they do get lonely but he is so worth it! He also gives bunny kisses which is a high honor. They will only groom some one they truly trust and love. He also knows that i always kiss his nose and has started to put his nose out for kisses! So cute. Bunnies are a great pet if you have the time for them but they also require alot of research. They are a fragile animal and need the proper care. But if you are considering one for a pet, a dutch is great to start out with. But be prepared. They can live up to around 10-15 years if properly cared for.
Hi, I had a black and white dutch and he was the most friendly rabbit that I have ever met. He was very social and loved people and our dog very much. If you ever want a pet rabbit, definitely choose a dutch rabbit, a male if you can. They are much more friendly than the females. Mine lived to be 10 years old. They make fantastic pets!!
hiya there. I have a light brown dutch rabbit ans she is so cute. She always licks me and my family and she licks my dads socks. She is so so so sweet. Her name is lady short for marmelade. She runs around my garden and when i come in from school she runs up to sniff me. Also, when my dad is in the garden gardening, Lady follows him around and once my dad was looking at what he had to do next and lady was sitting next to him looking as well and it was so so so so so cute.
She has a black stripe going across her back, shes very different from the other dutch rabbits. She loves everyone!
I bought a dutch rabbit and it has a really cute personality and it is a good house pet they don't stink as much as the bigger rabbits do!
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Will they poop around in your house?
We had a Dutch rabbit for over twelve years. His name was Snoopy and he was very friendly and sociable and loved to play. We used to take him outside and he loved the outdoors and the exercise. Never leave a bunny in their cage all the time because they need exercise and they need lots of love. He has been gone a year and a half and I still really miss him. He was the best pet we ever owned.
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Clarice Brough -
They Dutch Rabbits really are awesome pets. I'm sorry about your loss. It sounds like he was well cared for and had a great home, and had a very long life!
I had a Dutch rabbit he lived to 8 years but he died. The vet told us he died of old age. I cryed a lot because I had to bury him in our backyard
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.
My 3 year old dutch rabbit Eddie just died! It was really sad, he was probably the nicest rabbit ever not to mention brave. He would love to be held and pet and he was great with kids. He would jump into my arms when I opened his cage and I would sometimes hand feed him cheetos. Just last year when I let him run in his pen in our back yard when I was gone a hawk came down and snatched him up. He was struggling and eventually fell, he had a giant gash on his neck and an ulcer on his eye everyone thought he wouldn't make it, even the doctors, but my Eddie made it! He died 7-21-11 from my plott hound Sophie who chased him in 100 degrees and he eventually had a heart attack :( I miss him! I also have another dutch Bonnie (black and white and 2 years old) Willow (tan and white less than a year) and willow has 4 babies Pancake, Squirt, Sugar, and Pippi (pip).
A white lionhead named Maisy who has 3 babies which are a dutch and lionhead mix named Pepe, Romeo, and Humpfrey (is that how you spell it?).
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Charlie Roche -
You have a houseful.
I'm very sorry to say your rabbit just died. Mine died in June and he was a really soft white rabbit called Peter. I'd had him since I was 6. I've had him a few years, more than half my life and he got cancer and we had to put him to sleep because he was in pain and suffering. We had some great times together-rabbits make great pets. Eddie sounds so nice-oh my gosh how awful! I miss my rabbit loads too, but I'm glad you have some more. Rabbits are amazing pets and I highly recommend them to everyone :)
Well my Dutch rabbit Domino a Doe she is pregant by her boyfriend Checkers the buck who is a Dutch too. I put her in the birth cage which is for who my rabbits are pregnant go in so I was feeding her her pellets and when I picked up her food bowl she ran over to it and bit it also when I was giving her her slices of apple ( she gets treats every Sunday ) so I did that and I set her slice down and she went over to my hand and pawed it a little bit can you please answer me I really worried ????????????????
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Sadie Cannady -
Well, my rabbit, Alice she was pregenet and we didnt know, but she started getting so mean, and she just had her babies at 2:12 pm and we finally realized she was being so mean becauuse she was pregnant, I hope this helps(:
Charlie Roche -
I don't understand the question.
Sam, Was she possibly in labor or did she have her babies shortly after she was acting funny? Sometimes my does will act funny. Sometimes aggressive or extra lovey and sometimes they don't want to be touched.