Animal Stories - Netherland Dwarf Rabbits


Animal-World Information about: Netherland Dwarf Rabbits

   These are the cutest rabbits one could imagine! They come in about 36 different varieties (more than any other breed!) all of which stay very small!
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Miley - 2008-04-05
Hi! I have a netherland dwarf and I love her. She is so adorable. Netherland dwarfs are really energetic and love to chew on things. My rabbit's name is Camie, and she is really cute. My advice to everyone is to get a rabbit. They are really fun pets. Camie makes me smile everytime I play with her. She hops and jumps on furniture like it is the end of the world. Netherland dwarfs are really cute and loving pets.

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Anonymous - 2008-04-05
My rabbit just recently died and we're looking for a new breed of rabbit. I'm only in middle school right now, so I have a lot going on and would need to get two just to make sure it doesn't get lonely. When I asked my parents they said I could only if it was small, and I found this breed and fell in love with them! I can't wait! I already know i want two girls (my last one was a rather large breed of rabbit and a boy, and have picked out names! I want to name them Kihli and Kayli.

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makaela - 2008-04-04
Wow, I have a white one. They are great and friendly, I think everyone should have one!

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erica♥ - 2008-03-30
I'm getting a netherland dwarf rabbit soon and I am SO excited! I have an american fuzzy lop right now and I want to get him a playmate. I really hope they get along because I have always wanted a dwarf rabbit, they are so cute!

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Emali - 2008-03-24
I just got my Netherland Dwarf today and he is so cute! I named him fluffee. He was just sleeping and when he was in a dream he made this strange sound. It sounded like it was crying but he was really just talking in his sleep! It was so funny! He is white with a little bit of brown on his ears and tail. He loves his grass. He is very active and likes my dog. When he first met my dog he started shaking and my dog went insane. After a while they were fine. Fluffee stays in my room and keeps trying to ecscape into the hallway. Netherland Dwarfs are so cute and so friendly. I would tell anyone who wants a rabbit to get a Netherland Dwarf!

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carol - 2008-03-23
I inherited my daughter's Netherland Dwarf when she went to college last year. His name is Wallace and he is adorable. He has a great personality and disposition. I almost lost him this past November. We came home to find blood all over his cage. We rushed him to the vet! It was discovered that he had a mass in his bladder. Although it would cost a lot of money, I decided to go ahead with the surgery,and the doctor's removed a crystalized stone almost the size of his bladder. Wallace miracously survived the surgery and is completely healthy today. I was told not to feed him alfalfa pellets, and that I should feed him Timothy Hay pellets. The Vet told me that pellets should only consist of 25% of his diet and the rest should be leafy greens and carrots. At first he did not like the change in his diet, but now he loves all the greens and only eats a small portion of pellets. He has maintained his weight and his coat is shiny,and he just seems so happy with the change. Because I never had a pet rabbit I just fed him what I thought was good for him. Our Vet's have told us that the alfalfa pellets were first invented for rodents and rabbits that were in labratories. Of course these animals were not expected to live a long life, so the alfalfa was OK to use. Unfortuantely I had to learn what I should feed my bunny the hard way, but thank God he is now happy and healthy. I just love the little guy so much. I always need a dose of rabbit-therapy at the end of the day and he is always happy to give it. I highly recommend Netherland Dwarfs to anyone who wants a pet that is not a cat or dog, but still want an animal that is intelligent and loving.

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ellie - 2008-03-13
Netherland Dwarf rabbits are the greatest. I just got my first about 8 months ago and I love him! Though he is a mix and has a bit of Dutch in him I can still see the dwarf in him. He can sometimes get a little agressive but that is only at night like when he wants to breed. This breed is the best kind of rabbit to have as a pet because of their great personalities. My rabbit always has a way of making me smile.

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Devon - 2008-03-05
Any netherland dwarf I've owned has always been high strung and nasty.

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rachie - 2008-02-03
My friend had a bunny so I would go over like all the time, and we would play with the bunny. I'm begging my parents to let me get a dwarf bunny so bad. The dwarf bunnies are so cute and nice, and they are very intelligent. I love dwarf Bunnies, they are awesome pets to have. I would suggest this bunny to anyone, if they asked what kind of rabbit I'd suggest they have.

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ali - 2008-02-02
I am so happy because I am getting a Netherland Dwarf bunny SOON!

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