Animal Stories - Dutch Rabbits


Animal-World Information about: Dutch Rabbits

   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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Anonymous - 2005-03-09
holland is the best! greatings from a happy netherland dwarf (kleurdwerg /colour dwarf) dutch rabbit (hollander)owner. holland is the best.

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Ashley from Nederland - 2005-03-09
Actually the people in holland call these animals hollander I have got two netherland dwarfs, 1 is madagascar(sparky (girl)) the other is black(jerry (boy)). I have got them outside and its a lot of fun as I let them run in the backgarden AND THEY ARE ALLWAYS VERY HAPPY. It is really cute to see them run in the snow. My first rabbit was a hollander(nibbeltje) She was rabbit gray and really sweet she was my big bunny. And I love all the rabbits of the world! greatings from the netherlands bunnyfraeck groeten uit nederland konijnengek

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BRITTANY - 2005-02-25
I have a black and white Dutch who i show. They are very excellent as pets and for show, i would recommend them to anyone. They are easy to groom, clip nails and very affecinate!

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Kris - 2005-02-22
We just got a dutch rabbit, she is 3 months old and simply adorable. She is very active and sweet. When you pet her she holds still and wants to be picked up. I dont know much about rabbits but I recommend going Dutch!

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Kris - 2005-02-22
To the person with the shy, black bunny: i think midnight would be a good name. If it is a boy, maybe Shy Guy!

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Raveena Sangha - 2005-01-27
I have a black and white bunny. I think she is 2 years old and she is sooo cute even though she bites a little. She is a dutch and my other rabbit is a dwarf rabbit. he is black and white and 7 months old and doesnt bite. I love them both!!!

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Lexi - 2005-01-21
The Dutch Rabbit is a good rabbit for small children. But only if you have never had them bred. When you do breed a female they tend to get vicious and short tempered. A male if bred often will remain sweet. If not bred often they tend to get violent. All around if kept alone in seperate cages they can be a perfect 4-H and all around great experience and pet for children.

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ben mclaughlin - 2005-01-06
i have two little gdoe dutch rabbits, one agouti colored and one white with brown ears feet and tail. they may be small but their appetite is huge. i feed them willow prunings as they love to strip the bark and it is good for their teeth. i have a little black and white buck arriving soon so that i can start breeding. mine(unlike the other rabbits in the comments)do not eat bananas, their favourite snack is rock melon and red capsicums (or bell peppers for you americans). i must alternate between keeping them inside for the harsh new zealand winter and outside for the temperate summer. my favourite thing about them is watching them sleep sprawled out in a heap in the sun with my new zealand rabbit doe

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Jenna - 2005-01-01
well a dutch rabbit is a very good pet. they make great pets for children and adults also. you can keep them indoors or outdoors, but it is best to keep them indoors. i dont know much about them yet though. well all i can say is that they make great pets.

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Anonymous - 2004-11-13
I have two dutch rabbits. One I rescued from a friend how was going to give her to the human society because her dog was hurting it. I took her home and named her Kidny. Shortly after my other bunney White Fuge got her pregnant. Pretty soon I am going to have little bunnies!

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