Re available due to the previous lady across the country can no longer have them.
Chinchilla self and over marked butterfly
Very friendly boys, they love a run around
Sire agouti, pictured. Won his class at Bradford premier small animal show in 2022 with his breeder. Top buck with a temperament to die for lovely head and dense coat.
Dam squirrel butterfly great big heavy boned doe with lovely head, ear and all round size
The self if the better buck out the two if looking for a good breeding buck. Of course still only babies so alot more filling out to do to really tell.
They are not rung as was going to a pet home and too late to ring them now.
I can deliver at cost to most of England. Sorry not going very north or Scotland untill much later in the year.
They will be fully weaned at 10 weeks of age.
They leave with 2 weeks of change over food. Already treated for worms, mites, lice and coccidiosis.
Tips of their nails trimmed.
Lifetime of advice
Detailed care sheets if needed
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We encourage you to read these guidelines before buying or adopting a rabbit.
Carry out the research so you have all the necessary knowledge of the pet you are getting. Since owning a rabbit is a big commitment, you should research about the breed fully to make sure it fits your current lifestyle and budget.
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Rabbits are fun and sweet pets. However, do not let their small size get you thinking that they do not require as much care as feline or canine pets. Having rabbits at home also need full- and long-term commitment as they need regular care, and a house rabbit can live up to 12 years. To help you start your rabbit ownership on the right foot, we have drawn up the following basics on caring for your bunny.
Having to clean after a bunny’s poop and urine odour here and there can be stressful. As such, it is important to litter-train a rabbit. Fortunately, rabbits are intelligent animals capable of learning tricks and important training, including potty training.