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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Emma<3 - 2010-07-22
Hey I have an albino lionhead rabbit named bunny:) she used 2 be super mean and darted around her cage in circles and would swat me with her paws and growl and bite me...so we got her fixed and now she is the sweetest thing ever! She even "talks" by moving her mouth when you talk 2 her. I absolutely luv everything about her. She is sort of crooked; one ear is slightly bent and the other straight up but those are her best qualities. Bunny licks me a lot and nuzzles me..2 all rabbit luvers; lionhead's are the best bunnies ever! Just ask Bunny:D

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Donna - 2010-05-16
We now have a new addition to the family and it is our lion head rabbit. He is so cute and he just learned how to give kisses- yes real kisses. He is very unique with his blue eyes and his beautiful white fur. We are looking for some suggestions on finding a name, if you have any ideas please e-mail me at dpottsy77@yahoo.com. We will be waiting for your suggestions! Donna

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  • Anonymous - 2010-06-02
    I have an all white lionhead with blue eyes - I named her Marshamellow.
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Rinita - 2009-07-22
I just bought my first lionhead a few days ago and I can honestly tell you they are the sweetest rabbits I have ever owned! I have had at least ten different breeds of rabbits including netherland dwarfs holland lops and flemish giants and mini and standard rexes and german french giant english and satin angoras and lionheads are definitly the sweetest and nicest of them all!!!

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lindsey rieger - 2009-05-18
I recently bought two baby lion head bunnies. They are so cute and I love them to death. But I can't seem to tame them both. They are very skittish bunnies. Is there any help anyone could give me, to help me tame them?

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aisha - 2009-03-14
I am so excited now because I have recently received a female lionhead and I cant wait to try some new techniques or procedures to make my baby happy! Thanks a bunch! I really appreciate the help and I have definitely learned a lot!!

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Leslie - 2008-12-01
I got a lionhead rabbit about three months back and I have loved him ever since! He has to live outside (and we live in Iowa) so I got him a lamp and a big warm tarp. My dog loves him too!

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Tara - 2008-11-24
In my experience as an person who does animal rescue.. specifically rabbits.. Lionsheads have small ears that stand stait up. The hair is short except around the face and the trim of the body. The picture that is snow looks like a fuzzy lot to me and not a lion head.

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  • JMG - 2010-04-02
    Its a lionhead lop...not a standard lionhead that's why its ears droop down cause it was bread with a holland lop, giving it lop ears.
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savannah - 2008-11-22
I just got a 3 year old lionhead lop rabbit. He's neutered and uses the litter box. He is so sweet. I spoil him a lot, his cage is as big as it can get. He has a playpen where he stays in most of the time. I'm thinking of getting another rabbit for company. If there is somebody wanting to know if they should get a lionhead lop rabbit I say yes.

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Tiera - 2008-10-06
Hi everyone. I have two lionheads that I love to death. And I want to bathe them but I'm not sure what I can use or what should I do to keep them clean and smelling. I know they clean themselves but I just wwant to keep them cleaner. Would someone please email me back and let me know or what to use when it comes to my two baby lionheads. Than email me 2 tierataylor17@yahoo.com

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  • Emily - 2010-04-20
    Don't bathe your rabbit. Remember rabbits have sensitive skin and especially baby rabbits. I have had rabbits a very long time and the only time I bathed was when I gave my two white lionheads a box to play in and they turned them over and sprayed in side of it and sat in pee all night and found them like that in the morning. I also sometimes have to give my Californian rabbit a bath when she has diarrhea, but if that happens, before giving your rabbit a bath try to remove it with cotton balls and hydrogen peroxide. It your rabbit smells try brushing then or bleaching their cage.
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mrs walker - 2008-09-08
I've just been given a lionhead lop (black) and a pure bred lionhead (white with black ears!), both 6 weeks old. I now have 6 rabbits altogther, yes I'm bunny mad! The lionhead lop is my very first and he's adorable. I've called him saphire and my lionhead is millie! They are the most adorable things ever and the lionheads are very very tame and friendly rabbits. We hope to get another lionhead lop female so we can breed next year.

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