Animal Stories - Lionhead Lop Rabbit


Animal-World Information about: Lionhead Lop Rabbit

   The Lionhead Lop, like the Lionhead Rabbit, is a very friendly little critter. They enjoy people and are sweet and easy to handle!
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Rose - 2011-10-02
Hi. I raise lionheads my self. I love the look of them. I will sell the bunnies.

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  • Charlie Roche - 2011-10-03
    They are amazingly adorable.
  • jennifer - 2011-11-27
    I am looking for a baby lionhead bunny for my sister for Christmas...do you have any available or know where I can buy one, I live in Wisconsin and don't know where to start looking.
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Cassie Miller - 2011-04-27
Hey, I was looking to buy a Single mane lionhead lop in black and white.. Is there anywhere in Canada, Ontario that you know about and can help me out preferable close to Niagara Falls?

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Lanna levon - 2011-03-15
I really wish to buy lion head dwarf rabbit for my daughter if anyone knows where I can get it please email me on lanaalexis@hotmail.com or call me 0414725786.

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  • frank - 2011-03-28
    You can get them at littlesealops.co.uk they are based in weymouth.
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Lealuu Lops - 2011-02-27
This breed is something completely different in the UK - no Lionheads are used to create a Lion Lop - they are sometimes mated to Mini Lops to widen the gene pool, improve/create new colours.

UK visitors to this site need to bare this in mind.

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Addie - 2010-12-22
I was given a rescue rabbit for my 15th birthday. He is a lionhead rabbit and thus has that gorgeous, long hair...unfortunately, he was not cared for well and has horrible matting. I've been able to cut it down some, but I don't want to cut his skin. I have a comb, but it has not been able to comb the huge mats out. I'm really worried about him. Any advice on how I should get these out?

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  • melvin - 2011-01-04
    Hey Addie matting is not as bad as people make it. What you can do is get a wave brush . Once a week cut the top just a small amount and a few months you will never know it has happened.
  • Courtney Link - 2011-02-21
    Take him to a vet asap! A rabbit's skin is extremely thin and sensitive and you run the risk of injuring your rabbit or tearing his skin. Well done for adopting instead of buying from a pet shop or breeder.
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Robin - 2011-02-04
I am looking to buy a baby lionhead bunny but cannot find one anywhere. I live in Delta, Pa. Please help. Thanks.

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  • jenny - 2011-02-18
    If you look at rabbitries close to your area you may find some (I used google)....even if the location is further away than you would want to drive a lot of people travel to shows so they may be able to deliver it to you. That is how i found mine and the rabbitry was 2 hours away but the owners delivered mine to me.
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Justine - 2011-01-03
Please someone help my boyfriend and I!
We would like to buy a baby lionhead specifically a baby brown male.
But also, would like to just find a place to go and be able to pick out the little bunny. Please someone contact me if you can help us. We been searching for a while now, and we still got nothing..
P.s we live in upstate Ny but are willing to drive a reasonable distance!

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Lila - 2009-12-29
Hi,I havnt yet had the chance to buy a Lionhead Lop yet, this is because i just cant find anywhere in newcastle that i could visit and buy my rabbit. Please could anyone help me?

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  • Emily - 2010-04-20
    You can look on the ABRA or American Rabbit Breeder Association for breeders of any breeds accepted by ABRA.
  • Peter - 2010-10-28
    Try Incredible Pets in Auburn. I have bought a lionhead and a dwarf from there and they said they just sold there last dwarf lop. It's on 49GVHighway. Ihave 4 straight-eared Lionhead babies left @$20each.
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phil - 2009-12-28
I HAD A LIONHEAD LOP BUN,WHO DIED THIS YEAR,I MISS HIM SO.HE WAS SO SWEET AND VERY CLEVER,USED TO OPEN COOKIE TIN AND TAKE ONE OUT.HE ALSO JUMPED ON ME EVERY TIME I SAT DOWN,GOT TO BE THE BEST BUN YOU COULD EVER HAVE.

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  • Alexander - 2010-10-06
    Hello Phil!
    I'm so sorry that your bunny died. Are you still sad? Did your bunny get any children? I have 20 different breeds of Lop rabbits. French lops and Rex and Albino and Dwarf rabbits. This is only some of them.

    Bye
    Alexander from Sweden
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Debbie - 2010-07-07
I have two four month old lionhead rabbits, they have excessive amounts of fur around their hind quarters which I don't want to cut away in case I accidentally cut their flesh, my problem is that I am very anxious about this flystrike that can affect rabbits and I want to apply the very expensive preventative rearguard treatment but I cannot locate their bottoms because of the fur. Should I go to the vets and pay them to apply it?

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  • sue wirth - 2010-09-14
    Can you tell me where to go to purchase a lionhead bunny my 26 year old daughter fell in love with them at the fair and would love to own one we live in baltimore md.
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