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  1. G1rlVeteran

    My precious little Ginger

    I forgot to explain that because I get so attached to the animals I told my husband that he will have to care for the rabbits that will be bred for meat. I refuse to even help to dress them to be put away in the freezer. We have two ducks my husband had bought without them being sexed. We plan...
  2. G1rlVeteran

    My precious little Ginger

    She had a lot of problems with her eyes. Brussels Griffons and other breeds like them are prone to eye trouble as it is but I know darn well her eyes were not cared for in the six years she was locked up. When she came to us she had infections in both eyes. The angels at Start Over Rover did...
  3. G1rlVeteran

    My precious little Ginger

    Even though Ginger was not a bunny I want to share about her. She was rescued from a puppy mill by an amazing organization in Hastings Nebraska. It Start Over Rover. She was a little Brussels Griffon and had been in a cage for 6 years being bred over and over. I adopted her and worked and worked...
  4. G1rlVeteran

    Constantly digging pellets out of bowl

    Our mini lop doe recently started digging in her food bowl. She digs all of the pellets out which fall through the wire floor into the dropping tray ruining them. She doesn't stop there though. You can hear her nails vigorously tippity tapping. We did recently mate her and it seems like the...
  5. G1rlVeteran

    Smaller buck with larger doe?

    My buck, Morty is the smaller one so I don't think that my doe, Jessica will have any problems with birthing the kits.
  6. G1rlVeteran

    Smaller buck with larger doe?

    What about a mini lop buck and a Flemish Giant/New Zealand doe? Is it possible that they could mate? We bought her (Jessica) for the purpose of breeding meat rabbits but we are hoping to mate her with the mini lop buck (Morty) and then selecting the best and largest buck from her kits to use as...
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