Most lionheads that I know of will lose their manes when they molt -simply because they are molting. The trick is to buy lionheads that will regrow their manes when the molt is over.
Now, I'm not saying this simply because I'm a breeder - ok?But the trick to getting a lionhead...
I don't have too much problem with my rabbitstaking medicine (or Critical Care) - BUT - I think it is partly becauseI use flavored pedialyte (they love the fruit flavor more than thegrape) or baby food. I tend to use the following flavors:
Stage 2: Bananas
Bananas w/ apples & pears...
I hope this link will work ok...I like this dosage calculator a lot:
I found it on this webpage when I was searching one day:
A lionhead mix is unlikely to keep the mane, however, I have here an F3 lionhead (not yet considered purebred) which will probably keep her mane as her mother has done. She is almost 6 months old so I will wait and see but it is very full.
The lionhead genetics is fascinating...