Opal Dutch Split Mini Lion Lop Buck
- 2 years ago
- For Sale
- Mini Lion Lop
Important Please note that this advert has been closed and the pet is no longer available.
Pet Breed :
Mini Lion Lop
Advertiser Type :
Full Advert Details
i have available a stunning opal dutch split single mane mini lion lop buck (BLUE EYED) he was born 30th may 2013 so just going to turn 4mnth old end sept HE HAS NOT YET BEEN PROVEN!!
HIS PARENTS ARE DOUBLE MANE BLUE EYED WHITE AND DAD IS A BLUE SELF MINI LOP, BCK GROUND ARE DUTCH SPLITS.. mum dad and grandparents can be seen!!!
he has been born and bred by my self in a large family house hold with young and older children...
he will leave my care fully ivermec and panacur and nails trimmed, i will also give you a weeks supply of food for change over...
all my selling guideline's and pics of parents etc and also fully up to date feed bck is all on my Webb site i do have available other bunnies too so plse pop over and check out...
plse bring a suitable carry boxs as i don't supply these thank you
look forward to your call
i do deliver if you live local for small charge fuel...
mandys bunnies n squeaks
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