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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 got a Dutch Rabbit about 3 or 4 weeks ago. This might have been a short time of having my rabbit but they are so cool. My rabbit will follow us around and will stay near the refridgerater, because she knows when we go to the refridgerater we will give her food. Rabbits will purr, just like a cat. One thing I use to think rabbits would do when I got my rabbit was that it would bite, but believe me RABBITS DO NOT BITE.
I am so happy! Today I got my first Dutch rabbit, Clover. She is seven weeks old. Although she is a mix I can already see the dutch in her personality. She is very curious about everything. What does that taste like? What happens if I do this? She is also very outgoing and loves in play peek a boo by hiding her face, then poking out to see what I will do. I am happy to join all the dutch owners in all the stories and funny comments!
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Well i breed dutch rabbits they are very playful and nice to play with always give them fresh water every day. Yesterday my queen died what a sad day but i still have ten queens left.
I am VERY excited because my dutch rabbit Gracie is supposed to have kits on July 8,2008! Also my Tan rabbit Penelope is supposed to have kits on the same date!
Just to tell you I am 12 years old and have 8 rabbits ( 2 lionheads,2 dutch,1 holland lop, 2 tans,1 new zealand)
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Do dutch bunnies like to be handled?
I'm also 12 years old and I have 3 Dutch rabbits. We're going to breed them this spring, but I don't exactly know what to do. I've been reading on the internet about them. Do you have any advice?
I have recently purchased some Dutch rabbits.One of them has the white markings on its face and feet, but the body is a solid color. Is this still considered to be full dutch?
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I was wondering the same thing. I bought my little baby in downtown L.A and I had to search online for her species. She looks to be a dutch but her white band doesn't go fully around her neck. It is only around the bottom of her neck, and then spots and fades. She's black has the white facial markings and on her feet also, Grey underfur, & blue eyes. I wonder if someone could answer. I know she isn't considered "show" breed standard. But she's my pet so I was only going to keep her as my pet anyways. I just wanted to know her species.
I love rabbits! I've never had one before but I'm getting on on Saturday or Sunday. The bunny I'm getting is a brown dutch(female). Your site has been very helpful along with others. If you could send me more information about Dutch rabbits that would be helpful at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks again!
I might be getting a dutch bunny today! I was at the store a while ago and I saw the cutest little dutch bunny. The check out lady let me hold him and he was the sweetest thing! He licked my arm and didn't jump. I begged my dad to get him my dad said yes but my mom said no :( she's almost at a yes but keeps making excuses for me not to get one. But I don't see why not I have 3 other pets that I care for very well. But she's in a good mood and I can't think of any excuses that she can use so today might be the day! Wish me luck!
I just bought a dutch rabbit just a week ago and she is very sweet. She does not have bad temperment issues and if you will let her she will lick your whole entire arm if its all the way in her hutch! Her name is blossom and she is an 8 week old doe (female rabbit) she is a black dutch rabbit and has very soft fur, although she hates being handled. She loves to be pet and loves to jump around and loves her banana chips! I think a dutch would be a good rabbit for kids 10+ but I do believe they are delicate and need to be handled with care. But overall the dutch is a great rabbit breed and a good first rabbit.They do shed though, but they need little grooming and they do need exercise so give them some space to run around.
Hello My name is Shana and my husbands name is keith, We recently got a 12 week old black and white dutch rabbit Female. We actually got her from this fair/carnival down the street. She is so cute and nice. When she hears noise from the tv she runs and jumps around, I think shes the funniest little girl. I love her so much already. I would really like some more info about female dutch bunnys so please e-mail me at Shanagirl0726@aol.com thank you.
Mando & Rosy
Rosy & I ended up having a Dutch rabbit because of our daugther-in-law! Our Solider son, Mando Jr. bought it for her because she always wanted a pet, when they'd visit "Bunny" would be with them. When they moved to North Carolina, they couldn't bring Bunny with them. We figured it would be a couple of weeks after they settled in they would send for him, but they couldn't, so we ended up with him...and we've been happy since!
Having that ball-of-fluff with us is something we've enjoyed since! Every day before coming home I call Rosy to see how she & Bunny are doing, it like hearing what Bunny has been up to all day and glad he's our pet now...or as dad would say"Bunny owns us"! OOH-RAH Bunny!
We have a one year old dutch, called Casper. Never having owned a rabbit before, we are so pleased we chose this breed. Casper is a real delight, easy to look after, great with our young kids (aged 8, 6 and 2). He's one chilled out bunny - nowhere near as neurotic as many of the rabbits we've seen at friends' houses! He even comes when we call him. What more could you want in a family pet?