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baby lionhead rabbits?

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I want my rabbit to have babies but my mom said that the firs batch of rabbits they die because the mom doesn’t know how to take care of them is this true please reply soon thanks…

Hi…I’ve been raising and showing rabbits for 10 years. That’s not always the case, but it is pretty common for first time mothers to have a little trouble knowing what to do. She could have them outside the nestbox, reject them, etc… But if you keep a close eye on the doe when she is due most things are preventable or if she doesn’t take care of them you can hold the babies up to her to feed once or twice a day depending on how well they eat. And most does are much better mothers the second time around. Hope this helps and please feel free to contact me with any further questions you may have.

Posted on September 25th 2009 in lionhead rabbits

Lionhead rabbits?

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Does anyone own a NO mane lionhead rabbit? ( a lionhead with no mane) if so please give me a discription of your rabbit.

if it has NO MANE it is not a true lion head

to get the lion head rabbits people crossed dwarf rabbits with angora rabbits breeding to get the manes now it is true that males have more of the mane like look then the females for the most part but both sexes should have a mane to some extent

if you get a lion head that has no mane and just has the shaggy fur it is to close to going back to only having the angora traits and should be culled or not used for breeding culled means to only go to a pet home not killed culling mainly means NOT USED IN BREEDING STOCK

also if you get a baby that gets NO mane what so ever that baby is to close to the dwarf gens and should be culled from breeding

Posted on September 23rd 2009 in lionhead rabbits

Can I keep two buck lionhead rabbits together from the same litter together?

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Me and my friend are keeping two buck lionhead rabbits together from the same litter together, they are about 9 weeks old and have began to have little fights, I am worried we will not be able to keep them together anymore. Is there anything I can do without having to seperate them? Would having them castrated help? I don’t really want to have to do that. (The rabbits are house rabbits)

neutering will help, unaltered males will fight, while not as bad as females, they can seriously injure each other. plus, they spray. please neuter your bunnies.

Posted on September 21st 2009 in lionhead rabbits

Netherland Dwarf And Lionhead Rabbits?

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Is It Better To Bring My Rabbits Indoors Or Keep them Outdoors
I want them to be friendlier and easier to clean so thats why I want to bring them indoors, But im not sure what is better, any ideas?
and if so can you explain why its better, thankyou

bring them indoors ;

sometimes its easy to retreat to the warmth of the house in cold wet or snowy weather , but if they are inside you find yourself spending more time playing with them , also more rabbits tend to live longer inside , they are less likely to get many illnesses that they would outside , fly strike would probably not be a problem indoors , cold-related illness are often fatal and easy to catch , just they water bootle drips on them and they get cold …. they go down quickly …but inside this wont be a problem . i hope this helps and goodluck

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Posted on September 17th 2009 in lionhead rabbits

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Posted on September 16th 2009 in lionhead rabbits

How do you take care of a Lionhead rabbit?

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I just recently (and unexpectedly) got a lionhead rabbit and I need to know how to take care of it. I know you have to comb the mane, but anything else? More specifically:

Can I give it a bath?
Can I trim its nails with a human nail clipper?
What is a healthy diet for it? What does it eat (carrots, cabbage, from the grocery store?)

any other helpful tips and details welcome. thanks!

You can feed them rabbit food! from a pet store! and donot feed them cabbage it will make them sick!!! See if she likes hay and if it makes her sick do not feed her it anymore and if she gets sick give her taost makes their stomach feels better! Yes you can trimnails with a human clipper its not the best but you can.You may bathe her but not a lot best would be once every 3 months. Make sure you take it to a vet to be checked out. Clean her vents (her private parts) with a cotton swab and baby oil once a month and same with clipping nails. You can get all your supplies at a local petsmart or a pet store. And if she gets overheated take a lilwater on your fingers n rub it on the outside of her ears.DO NOT GET ANY WATER INSIDE HER EARS!

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Posted on September 15th 2009 in lionhead rabbits

Athena’s Litter ~ 3 Weeks Old ~ Baby Lionhead Bunny

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Tristan’s so cute. He loves hanging out with Faith’s and Heidi’s kits! www.aftertherainrabbitry.com

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Posted on September 14th 2009 in lionhead rabbit

Little Lee (baby lionhead rabbit)

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My baby lionhead rabbit… she wasnt being very interesting but shes VERY cute and quite well behaved! I will be uploading more of her later : ) So subscribe if you want to see!

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Posted on September 12th 2009 in lionhead rabbit

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