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🐰 English Angora Lionhead Babies (Liongoras)

Nelson
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Β£70
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Details
Adv. ID
Ee37511Ag
Views
903
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20
Adv. Location
Advert Type
For sale
Breed
Microchipped by collection date
no
Neutered
no
Pet Age:
10 weeks, 3 days
Sex
Mixed
Vaccinations up to date
no
Worm and flea treated
no
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Description
1 male left Much sought after English Angora x Lionhead Babies. These little guys are going to be so fluffy. We don't generally breed rabbits we have pets. So we want these guys to go to good homes and have a nice loving life with plenty of space. (They are our baby's, babies 🐰) We have 5 mixed sex (we will sex them as they get a little older) little bundles of fur. Mum is a Dwarf Lionhead, is and the Dad is a English Angora (see pics). We will only sell to people who have lots of time, space and love ❀️ for these beautiful little bunnys πŸ‡ We have little French bulldog puppy called Bunny (she thinks she's a Rabbit) So not only are they familiar to being handled daily but the are also familiar with having a dog around. Our dog and rabbits are best friends. (Ask for pics) They were born on the 6th March l. They will be ready for their 'Forever Home' on the 1st of May when they are 8 weeks old. Pictures were taken at 4 weeks old. They are 5 weeks old at the time of writing this and we have started to litter train them. They have just started to have a taste of Mums vegetables, hay, fruits etc πŸ˜‹ We are advertising them now as to secure them a happy loving home from the moment they are ready to hop out of the nest. If you feel that one of these buns has a place in your heart and home and would like to Reserve one please get in touch. We will update photos as they grow and any updates you want or photos will be provided via whatsapp. Any questions. Just ask 🐰
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1

Be responsible, do your research first

Getting rabbits is a massive commitment, so make sure you have researched all of their general needs, and those specific to their breed fully and have the time and commitment necessary to care for the rabbits. You can read our detailed information guide about rabbits for potential new rabbit owners. If you are looking for a rabbit to keep your rabbit company remember that they will both need to be neutered and that a male / female pair works best. Rabbits are a long term commitment as they can live up to 10 years.

2

Rabbits need a friend and space

Rabbits should never be kept alone, they need the company of other (neutered) rabbits. They need space to stand, hop, jump and run, and safe places for hiding. The absolute minimum space required 24/7 for up to 2 average sized rabbits is area 3m x 2m x 1m high.

3

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It can be difficult for the average person to check if a rabbit is healthy or not. The seller should be willing to let you take the rabbit to a vet of your choice for a health check and return the pet within 48 hours for a full refund if there are health issues. If the rabbit has already been health checked, make sure you have this documented and phone their vet. Also remember rabbits need to be neutered so that they can live with other rabbits, and vaccinated annually to protect them against myxomatosis and RVHD1 and 2. Register with a rabbit friendly veterinary Practice. We would advise that you read the following article containing rabbit care and welfare information provided by the Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund (RWAF).

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5

Rabbits must be 8 weeks when collected

Rabbits must be at least 8 weeks old and fully weaned before they can leave their mothers. Most responsible sellers will keep their rabbits longer than this before they let them go to new homes. Make sure you take some of the food with you so you can change over to your own food gradually.

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Nelson
23 hours
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