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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 have had many dutch rabbits and all with a good temprament sadly my last one died a couple of months ago and is missed and still loved with all my heart, he was the best rabbit in the world he was so friendly and loving he was just like one of the family! i am definatly considering another dutch i would strongly recomend this pet.
My dutch rabbit is my little puppy dog, she licks you and she likes her belly stratched and she is the best, I love her to death!!!
We have a one and a half year old blue & white dutch--Max von Smoot. We call him "The Smoot". We have had several other rabbits in the past, but he is the smartest and friendliest. He likes to "flop" over and play dead bunny and he looks forward to his nightly petting where he does this funny noise like grinding his teeth, and when you rub under his chin, he licks your fingers very tenderly. He has two rooms to roam freely that are bunny proofed with lots of toys and when we are home at night and on weekends he tears around the rest of the house. He is a true joy to my family and we will always own a dutch!(Maybe a couple someday)Max is very good about using his box which is in a cage that we kept him in the first year we had him. It broke our hearts to put him up every night, so we worked with him until he uses his box all the time. He is very patient with my son and has only bitten or scratched rarely, and that was when we were picking him up to put him back in his cage. He enjoys organic spring mix every morning and he loves dried pineapple and papaya which help keep fur broken down in his system. He also loves his yogurt treats/vitamins. I recommend this type of rabbit if you are getting a bunny to love and enjoy.
hi i got my rabbit when he was 8 weeks old. now he is about 9 months old. my pet rabbit is a dutch and his name is Ben. i keep him in my room in a large oversized cage so he has room to exercise and have fun. most of the time i let him free in my room. even though most people think they feed the rabbit, clean the cage, and put the rabbit into the cage, there is way more than that. they are like a human they need TLC and you need to hold them atleast once a day. you always have to take them out of their cage to exercise. you should always be nice to the rabbit if you want the rabbit to be nice to you. i also have a pet cat who is 17 years old(in our years) they both get along great. if you dont think you can handle a dog i would not recomend getting a rabbit, they are more work than yu think! maybe you should start out with an easer pet to take care of. but i would recommend rabbits to all ages especially a Dutch. they are such sweethearts, they are always there when you need them.
my life would not be the same with out my cat or my rabbit.
now that my cat is getting old i have a rabbit who is always there.
I have a Dutch black and white rabbit named Amber. He is a male although when he was born they said he was female. He is almost 5 years old and very sweet. He follows me around the kitchen and runs laps from the front door to the other end of the kitchen around the trashcan. He wants to be held all day and petted. He has a very distinct personality and likes and dislikes. He was born in Houston Texas and immigrated with us to Israel. He is now a new immigrant. The trip was not easy but he made it. He is now settled in and loves his new home. He is one of the family just like my other children. Life would not be the same without him.
I have never been in to rabbits. Then last night I fell in love with a little, furry guy who is SUCH a sweetheart. And yes, he is a Dutch!!! Only 8 weeks old and I can tell he is going to be such a doll. He is a little snuggler when I hold him, and likes to have fun when I put him on the floor to play. He is the cutest thing ever!!! I am reading all I can to be able to take the best care possible of him!
I had a blue dutch he was 12 weeks when i got him but sadly died at the age of one year old.
He was a lovely buck named Piccolo, and i loved him dearly, and I miss him very much.
I have a Dutch rabbit named Mabel, and she is absolutely wonderful. I am so glad I chose her. She is sweet and good-natured and has never bitten or scratched me (she kicked me once, but I deserved it). She also has a sense of humor that never ceases to surprise me. I would recommend a Dutch to anyone!
i hav a dutch called Zac he is 8 months old but hes still my baby im 13 and he is a perfect pet he is calm and friendly and really nosey lol he lovs helpin me out wiht my hwk by chewin the corners but the teachers just laugh when i go in and tell them my rabbit ate my hwk
Hi,I have been thinking about getting a rabbit and I am on April 1st. I have looked at all the other breeds but I am in love with the Dutch so I am having that breed. I have heard so many great things about them. So if your getting a rabbit like me get a dutch because from what I have heard they are calm, sweet, friendly, cute and good natured. I am having a male and I am naming him Harvey. Thanks for doing a great website it has given me lots of info on Dutch rabbits!!! I LOVE THEM SOOOOOO MUCH!!!!!