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  1. Augustus&HazelGrace

    What breed are my rabbits ?

    Lion heads are a dwarf breed
  2. Augustus&HazelGrace

    What breed are my rabbits ?

    @Oreo and cookie <3 Those are probably not Dutch and hotot mixes. They are most likely just veianna marked. Their body type only match lion head types not Dutch or hotot body types. Please see my above post.
  3. Augustus&HazelGrace

    What breed are my rabbits ?

    So the Dutch marking are probably just Veianna markings and they are most likely not mixed with Dutch. I would say all of them are lion heads or lion head mixes that some of them are veianna marked. And not any hotot in them almost all breeds come in the broken pattern ( any color with white)...
  4. Augustus&HazelGrace

    What breed is this black/white mix bunny?

    Not any English spot. A lot of people who think “oh it’s any color with white it must be a English spot or checkered giant or a mix of that” this is not true most all breeds can have this type of colors. I would definitely say a pure Netherland Dwarf.
  5. Augustus&HazelGrace

    Double dwarf gene?

    Yes.
  6. Augustus&HazelGrace

    Double dwarf gene?

    It depends on the buck too. If it was the same buck on all three. So if she had peanuts that means she is a True Dwarf and so was the buck that she was bred with. Dwarfs struggle more with breeding anyway and it is more likely for those breeds to have unsuccessful litters.
  7. Augustus&HazelGrace

    Matted fur

    Also, I use a flea comb with a rubber band weaves through it. It’s basically a fur buster comb but wayyy cheaper. It doesn’t hurt their skin unless you brush too hard
  8. Augustus&HazelGrace

    Matted fur

    He is definitely not a pure Holland lop. Looks more like a Lionhead or angora mix . Did you see the parents when you bought him? How old is he?
  9. Augustus&HazelGrace

    Double dwarf gene?

    So age doesn’t really matter but if she hasn’t been bred before she may have trouble getting pregnant at 2 years but that doesn’t happen very often. Dwarfs don’t usually have very many at a time. So there is what’s called a false dwarf and a true dwarf. These are the genes. So if both parents...
  10. Augustus&HazelGrace

    Sudden rabbit death

    If he got stuck he could have snapped his neck. Heart attack is possible too
  11. Augustus&HazelGrace

    Members!!! If you entered my contest CLICK!

    Sorry I didn’t get mine in sooner. The forum was down for me after I checked my email and got the notification
  12. Augustus&HazelGrace

    Kaytee Wood Pellets Litter Safe?

    Yes, all wood pellets are safe as long as they are not cedar. They most likely will not eat it. And it doesn't hurt their feet, a lot of us on here have been using wood pellets for a while and have never had an issue with their feet from it. But if you want more bang for your buck. You should go...
  13. Augustus&HazelGrace

    Litter box and hay

    Don't use wood shavings unless they are Aspen. They are toxic to rabbits otherwise. Sawdust is not good for them either. Wasted hay is to be expected that is why I recommend buying a bale if possible. No, they don't get confused if there is food in the litterbox. It is true that they like to...
  14. Augustus&HazelGrace

    Coronavirus

    Actually there was a case in china that it was affecting dogs and cats, but I'm not sure about rabbits. But just wash your hands and don't touch your face. It's basically just the flu but somewhat worse. It's only killing elderly and young children and people with weak immune systems. The flu...
  15. Augustus&HazelGrace

    help!!!!! baby bunnies

    You could also use the small cage as a litterbox!
  16. Augustus&HazelGrace

    White urine

    The coriander is ok, but cabbage can cause gas issues so it needs to be watched any signs of belly pressing, carrots are ok as a snack because they are high in sugar and shouldn't be given every day. If you have found green lettuce (as long as it isn't iceberg) then you can rotate green lettuce...
  17. Augustus&HazelGrace

    First time Bunny mom

    Just some stuff I used in breeding ;) When the does nurse I would free feed pellets that way both mom is getting enough nutrients to supply milk and when babies are old enough to start eating them themselves. If they are not eating pellets now then this would not be a good thing to just start...
  18. Augustus&HazelGrace

    First time Bunny mom

    I wasn't saying that you shouldn't give them a break. It's a great idea. I was just saying they could technically be rebred as soon as they give birth although I don't think this is sound practice as it wears the does down a lot more. I never rebred until babies were at least 9-10 weeks old and...
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