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    Bunny passed away, can’t seem to overcome grief and guilt..

    She is beautiful. It takes some time to get past the worst of it, but time helps heal. Feel better !
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    Bunny passed away, can’t seem to overcome grief and guilt..

    Allie was the beauty queen, despite my teasing. Allie was our 2nd and last as of about 2 years. That's why I was inquiring about harlequin breeders near me. My wife and I are missing our bunnies.
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    Baseboards, wires and breeds

    Hi, I had joined this site to ask where to find harlequins, but we are not only considering that breed. My question as you can tell from the subject is whether there are some breeds which are more easily and "reliably" taught not to chew on wires, baseboards, etc ? You don't...
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    Bunny passed away, can’t seem to overcome grief and guilt..

    Thank you. Regarding the baby pictures; I used to ask my wife all the time... "when is that little head going to grow to match her ears and feet?". Teasing Mommy's little baby can get one smacked.
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    Bunny passed away, can’t seem to overcome grief and guilt..

    We had a similar situation with our last one. We had just gotten here GI back in shape after she was locked up. We had to stick syringes into her skin to feed water into her as the vet instructed. She was finally back to normal, but my wife had just left to go see her mother and I noticed our...
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    Can't find local Harlequins

    That answers both my questions. I certainly don't want a young bunny who is weaned too early or separated from its environment in a shocking way. It seems that through a breeder, we'll have to go by photo alone and possibly the description or guess by the breeder as to personality. It comes down...
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    Can't find local Harlequins

    Thanks for the explanation. Do they bring young bunnies to shows? It would seem if they did that, they'd have a similar issue with disease exposure.
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    Broken leg...options?

    Thank you. I hope not to ever run into this situation again, but it's nice to know there are "natural" options.
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    Broken leg...options?

    Just curious, do you think it's possible the leg was just dislocated and it popped back into the place?
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    Can't find local Harlequins

    I know of the GRR. Respectfully, I don't care for being essentially labeled as the bad guy though. I did not buy an Easter bunny for my kid and then dump the rabbit a few weeks later. We are and were responsible, loving bunny owners. Our first "child" was the neighbors as they let it go into the...
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    Can't find local Harlequins

    That brings up a question. It's always good to see multiple rabbits to see their personalities, but it seems many breeders won't allow visitors to their place so as to limit the possibility of diseases brought by people to their bunnies....so they say. So, how to check out more than one or two...
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    Broken leg...options?

    I wish I had known of natural options as we dropped close to $4k on the vet. It was a horrifying experience mostly for our bunny but also for us. I went to see our bun after the surgery and she was shivering, coated in some kind of greasy substance. They had also almost killed her giving her...
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    Can't find local Harlequins

    Coincidentally, Debra just replied to me on my other email address. So, hopefully she can help. I'm still all ears for any other suggestions. Thank you
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    Can't find local Harlequins

    I feel for the bunnies who are at the shelters, but a pet is one that will be with the family for many years. First, we don't want to miss the period when the bunny is a baby. The rabbit ends up growing up with the family and we get to experience all the silliness of a young bunny, just like a...
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    Can't find local Harlequins

    Thanks Majorv, but I've already seen that. This is the only one close enough for me to drive, but Debra has not yet responded to several emails. She could just be busy; I hope. South Carolina Debra Dolph Columbia, SC www.amathamdirrabbitry.weebly.com amathamdir@gmail.com
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