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ShaunaDarling

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Hey guys. As some may know my sweet Havana dwarf had a little litter of 2 precious buns. The biggest strongest one is definitely a hotot mix, but we are unsure of what we want to call the little runt who is such a cute peanut, I would love any opinions and let me know what you think! I will attach pictures of both the babes and mommy. ❤

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What is the doe’s weight and her age? If she’s around 5 lbs then she would be the right weight for a Havana. If she’s 2-3 lbs then she might be a different breed. I’m only mentioning this because the little broken kit looks like a Polish.
 

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I have always assumed she is some sort of Havana dwarf, she is just over a year old and is very small no more than 3lbs.
 

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Google says that polish buns don't carry a dwarf gene, but as I kept looking I found pictures of dwarf polish buns, it is possible I'm no scientist. Lol
 

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If 3 lbs then your doe would be a Polish or Polish mix. Polish do carry the dwarf gene because the Netherland Dwarf was used to give Polish the smaller size they are today. I saw what you read about Polish not carrying the dwarf gene...it may be a U.K. site because a Polish in Europe is called a Britannia Petite in the US.

The one kit is a broken. The other must take after the Dad because it’s not a recognized Polish color.
 

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If they're all siblings, they're all the same breed mix.
If you want color the spotted one is a broken black and the orange one is a tortoise.
 

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