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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 had to comment due to the fact that there was another 22-year old Clare with a love of her Dutch bunnies (see entry below mine). Crazy.
I've had a couple rabbits, but my most recent, who passed away at age 8, Lilly, a tortise colored Dutch was the most darling. Many think that rabbits are anti-social or too high-strung to be truly good pets, however I have found if handled enough when they are young, rabbits can be caring, loyal, and very intelligent pets. I was able to teach my rabbit to come when her name was called and to do a few tricks. I am still convinced that my rabbit was better trained than my boyfriend's dog! : ) I still miss her ramming my leg with her nose repeatedly until I would pet her or pick her up, or licking my tears off my face (the salt) if I was crying. She is dearly missed, but I am VERY excited to be getting a new bunny now that I will finally be in an apartment that allows pets!
Hi. I have a dutch rabbit called fuzzy. He is a very nice rabbit to look after but he can get annoying sometimes. If someone can help me, I wonder if you can you tell me what signs the rabbit does and how I can calm him down, stop him from being naughty, and how I can make him love me more. Thanks
I`ve got 5 rabbits. My 1st rabbit died at age 3, he was called hollis. I was so upset at this, he was like my best friend. Sounds sad being 22, but they are very loving pets. True he too use to follow me round, loved cuddles and kisses, and licked my face. So I just had to get another. When he died in my arms part of me died. So to cheer me up I got a new dutch dwarf. Then it look lonely so got her a friend, it was the other rabbit which was there the day I got her. Which I was told was a girl. Nuhuh was it! Bella was a fella, I use to check all the time to make sure. If you get more then 1 rabbit check what sex they are, don't trust a pet shop. Now 5 rabbits later. And rabbits do bite, mine don't but they nip for a pat on the head. My mates rabbit once bit me and made me bleed, I suppose that's if they dont get attention. Not for kids though, these rabbits, no younger then 10 anyways. My niece and nephew are fine with them and both under 9. They`ve been warned that they are scared little things who like nice soft voices. All in all nice, happy, friendly, loving, and very adorable animals. They're a must =)
Its me again,and Gracie gave birth to 6 adorable dutch kits. Unfortunately Penelope was not pregnant. But I am looking forward to them being 9 days old so then I can hold them!
Kaylan I love rabbits
I love my rabbit Oreo! I got her about 3 or 4 weeks ago. In that short amount of time I have realized alot. Some of them are that rabbits don't bite. I have found out that Dutch rabbits are the best kind, so if you are choosing which rabbit to choose then "CHOOSE A DUTCH RABBIT!"
I love rabbits! I recommend Dutch rabbits as a pet. The reason I chose a Dutch rabbit is because one of my friends had one named Badger. So I got one and named it Oreo! In a short amount of time I have realized is that rabbits are cute, nice and DO NOT BITE. My rabbit Oreo will follow me around until I give her food, then after having a full tummy she would sleep on me for a while. Oreo finds spots in the house then will play there all day. She is so cute! So if you get a rabbit your better off getting a Dutch rabbit.
Having a dutch rabbit is great! They love to be in high places and like to lick people's fingers. They are just GREAT!
I have a Dutch bunny and he is so calm and so gentle. I thought that bunnies were not the greatest pet but my nine year old daughter and my 3 year old soon wanted 1 really badly. They make great pets and I highly recommend this for anybody who wants a small loving pet, and also I recommend this to begginers with rabbits. They could not be better!
My dutch bunny Dotty Dots is the best bun ever. She has the greatest personalty and is so loving and nice to everyone in my family. If anyone wanted a bunny for a pet, I would recommend the Dutch because of its nice personality and its unique markings.
keely and Leah Deutsch
We saw Dutch Bunnies at Super Pets and fell completely in love with them at first glance! We bought the little darlings three days later, and we were very excited.
They are so cute, very cuddley, and very soft. They've got a lot of evergy and love to run around freely out of their cage.
They love to round in, out and around furniture, but also are fine being held.
They don't like to be chased by younger children (under age nine).
They eat constantly, take naps in the afternoon, and can be very active during the night, evening and morning.
We love our bunnies so much, and we named them Cutie and Beauty. Both of them are from the same litter, They are both gray and white, Beauty with an additional gray spot in the center of the white patch. They are both about a-month-and-a-half-old and love attention! Even though they require attention and 'running around' time, they are worth it. They are SO FUN!