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I'm not a breeder, but I believe you also need to know the coloring of each of your rabbit's parents as well. Then you can use the Punnet square to see the potential outcomes.
 

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Just a color note* The white with black eyes is called Himilayan colored. And if this is a first time breeding I just want you to be aware that Netherland Dwarfs have a low birth number rate and a high death of first litters. Can I ask why you have chosen to breed them? Or have you not bred them and were just wondering?
 

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The color of the white one is Himalayan, the color of the dark one is Silver Marten. It's not really advised to breed these two colors together; you'll probably get mostly Silver Marten colors like the buck but they will carry himalayan marten which is an unshowable color.
 

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Just a color note* The white with black eyes is called Himilayan colored. And if this is a first time breeding I just want you to be aware that Netherland Dwarfs have a low birth number rate and a high death of first litters. Can I ask why you have chosen to breed them? Or have you not bred them and were just wondering?
One of them is neutered! I was just curious :)
 

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Oh ok. If your female is not spayed I would HIGHLY recommend getting it done. Not only will it improve litter habits but it wipes out the risk of uterine cancer which females have an 80% chance of getting it after they are 3-4 years old.
 
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