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    Is this kit overfed? Looks bloated and can't even crawl properly

    She's fine and adopted now. I actually have to put a brace (paper duct tape) on her legs for 2 weeks because her legs were splayed. Here's her pics with brace and her condition afterwards. She turned out fine after all haha
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    Unfamiliar with show rabbits. Anyone can judge my Holland Lop? Is it Brood quality at minimum?

    This is my pet Holland lop, the love of my live "Mbul". I'm not particularly interested in rabbit shows but curious about her "quality". I've read somewhere that smutty orange Holland Lop is unshowable. Mine is, but can anyone judge her by her head, body, and overall shape? I'm kinda curious...
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    What color is this Netherland Dwarf?

    I got another video here, I think he leans more to the orange side?
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    What color is this Netherland Dwarf?

    Will my little guy's color stay the same or get darker and more resemble Chestnut overtime?
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    What color is this Netherland Dwarf?

    I'm planning on picking up this little guy but unsure about the color. The breeder said it's Chesnut but it's light in color and almost close to orange? I've browse some pictures online and unsure if it's fawn, fox, or lynx lol. Any idea guys? How drastic will he change color later on after molting?
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    How common is a Holland Lop that's affectionate, give kisses (licks) often?

    I see... So this kind of personality might be uncommon/rare then? I'm thinking of letting both kits go to be adopted but kinda unsure. I've grown attached to the two furballs
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    How common is a Holland Lop that's affectionate, give kisses (licks) often?

    One of my doe is like this. Very affectionate, give kisses often and overall an adorable attention seeker (she does not like to be hold tho). One of her kits is exactly like her. Another doe of mine gave birth to one with an overall same temperament albeit give kisses less often and seem...
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    Vets in Jakarta

    Hi fellow Jakartan! I'm planning to spay a bunny of mine. Which one is the most trusted vet for spaying? Do you have any information about the price ranges? Thanks!
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    Nursing doe is currently showing nesting behavior after rebreeding. Is it okay for the current litter to stay in the same pen?

    Update: The Mama just showed mounting behavior and chasing her kit around. I've separated them from now. But should I be worried since the kit is only 6 weeks old by now? How can I make sure he's weaned properly?
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    Nursing doe is currently showing nesting behavior after rebreeding. Is it okay for the current litter to stay in the same pen?

    The big kit is still nursing, though only rarely since last week. Usually I saw the fur ball suckling 2-3 times a day, but since last week I only notice 1 or not at all (perhaps at midnight or dawn, hence didn't see). I think it's only rarely since last week. He's big now, almost half the size...
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    Nursing doe is currently showing nesting behavior after rebreeding. Is it okay for the current litter to stay in the same pen?

    Just curious but will it be okay to let the first litter stay after the mama give birth to another litter? What could happen then?
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    Nursing doe is currently showing nesting behavior after rebreeding. Is it okay for the current litter to stay in the same pen?

    I see... So it should be fine to wean the kit next week then. It's just sad to think of them being separated. They always look cute and lovely together. Is it common for the mama to be aggressive when nesting? What signs should I watch for??
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    Nursing doe is currently showing nesting behavior after rebreeding. Is it okay for the current litter to stay in the same pen?

    My holland lop is currently on her second pregnancy. She gave birth to 2 kits on 6th May (1 didn't make it), and I rebreed her on 6th June (was this too soon?). Currently the first kit is healthy and well, but I'm worried that the doe is showing nesting behavior again 2 weeks prior to her next...
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    Baby bunny head tilt

    Omg my baby bunny from a recent litter got this today. Did yours grew out of it eventually? Mine was slightly tilting and it's eyes kinda looking not right. What happened to yours now? Will mine be fine??
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    Nursing Doe eat all the fur in its nest, babies are healthy so far

    Thanks JBun! The doe and her kits are doing fine now. I've decided to clean the nest box and substitute the lost fur with tissues for now and they're snuggled up all warm. The doe seem to be doing fine surprisingly after eating a whole lot of her fur, gave her papaya and some anti hairball...
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