Breeding partner - Dutch Purebred

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  1. May 16, 2009 #1

    Saudade

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    Looking for a dutch breeder who might not mind letting my little lucy (she's purebred dutch) have a short love affair with a buck. (the breeder is welcome to keep all of the babies bar one). She's from a line of champions but I can't remember who they are. Her markings are near perfect except for around one cheek where the black fur goes a little too far forward (or maybe it's the other cheek that goes back too far i can never remember).
    I know it's a long shot but if there's anyone on the central coast who reads this who owns dutchs drop me a message.
     
  2. May 17, 2009 #2

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    You could try posting an ad on Petlink. I don't think there are any Aussie Dutch breeders on the forum.
     
  3. May 17, 2009 #3

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    Yeah petlink might be worth a try, and/or gumtree (which can be location specific I think)

    I think there's a dutch breeder in melbourne, but that is a bit too far away!

    All the best with your search :)
     
  4. May 17, 2009 #4

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    I wouldn't advise to breed to a unknown rabbit and breeder Lucy could getsyphillis sp? and numerous other disease's. She could have also have somethingwhichcould go onto infectthe buck and then he would infect others. I don't really know much about any of it but I would think asking in the breeding section and they could help you make a more informed decision and help you go about it.
     
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    Her medical checks out A-Ok, plus she's from a line of grand champions and I bought her directly from the breeder.
    I'd of course make sure any breeders who offered their bucks check out.
     
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    I'm in Sydney and have 3 sutiable and very healthy stud bucks available. Pleanty of Dutch breeders around, just have to find us ;)
     

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