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Discussion in 'Other Pets & Livestock' started by Momaha, Jul 23, 2011.
Tallie and Cherios (yes, he loves cherios)
Rendy and Charlotte
Cute!!!!!!!!! Yay for you!
I'd say you have a holland lop and a netherland dwarf? Is that right?
Quote:Those are some long ears for a holland!
How cute! I was going to buy my girls a bunny from TSC and picked one up and the little booger bit me.
Quote:I'm gonna say a tort French maybe English Lop and black Dutch.
Gotta agree totally...the buns are maxed on cute factor!
I was told a Holland Lop and a Dutch. I am watching the Dutch closely because I am concerned it was weaned to early and she seems to be eating and drinking fine. I was told 6-7 weeks to wean and the Dutch is 4 weeks. The lady at Atwoods (like a TSC) said she had been on pellets for a week. What age can they be weaned?
When my older children were little I bought them a goat. I didn't know anything about goats. Oh, how they loved that goat. They would put in a wheel barrel and push it around. Well not long after we got it, it got really sick and I took it to the vet and the vet said it was way to young to be weaned and it wound up dying and my kids were so heartbroken.
IMO, 4 weeks is way too young!! We bought our bunnies as babies and the breeder would not let them go until they were at least 8 weeks old, even though they were weaned before then. Moving to a new home is stressful on baby bunnies, so keep a very watchful eye on her!
They are so cute! Bunnies have such a unique cuteness about them for sure! Good luck with them!
Quote:Oh my gosh! 4 wks that isn't even weaned yet. Rabbits eat food and drink water at age 2 wks but that doesn't mean they are ready and qweaned. It must have been on pellets bstill been drinking from its mom. I have weaned rabbits at 5 wks and they weren't even ready to go at that age. My advise is call her and tell her other wise you might end up with a dead dutch.