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Joy’s Litter ~ 5 Weeks Old ~ Baby Lionhead Bunnies

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Sorry the video turned out so dark! It was getting late outside before I could finish taking videos. www.aftertherainrabbitry.com

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Posted on January 25th 2010 in lionhead rabbit

My Lionhead Rabbit Being Cute

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This is to you Jennichigo. Another unedited video of my lionhead doe Quora! She is 7 weeks now! =D,

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Posted on January 25th 2010 in lionhead rabbits

Can Lionhead Rabbit’s hair be used to make yarn?

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I want to know if i can collect my lionhead’s hair and have it spun into yarn, like with angora rabbits. Will it be as soft and as good of quality?
and no, I won’t be doing it in the winter. Duh!

You probably could, although it would take alot more fur to make something out of a lionhead rabbit compared to an angora!
I know that there is a book out there that is all about knitting out of hair from your dog- so imagine that the process for a rabbit would be similar.
Ill see if I can find a link to the book- this should give you all the info you need to start spinning your rabbit’s wool.
http://www.amazon.com/Knitting-Dog-Hair-Better-Sweater/dp/0312152906

Posted on January 21st 2010 in lionhead rabbits

My Lionhead Rabbit

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This is an unedited video, sorry. Dont bother my big brother talking. He didnt know I was filming. Haha. Well, This is my brand new lionhead rabbit. He name is Quora. She is 6 weeks old. =D Please Suscribe.

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Posted on January 21st 2010 in lionhead rabbit

My Lionhead Rabbit Standing Up

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another unedited video of my lionhead bunny, Quora! She was watching my little brother play ps3 and then when we were giving her treats, she was standing up, so I got out the iflip and taped ut. Dont mind my brother laughing like crazy. He is a little strange. Haha =D

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Posted on January 21st 2010 in lionhead rabbits

Madison’s Litter ~ 4 Weeks Old ~ Baby Lionhead Bunnies

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Posted on January 15th 2010 in lionhead rabbit

What would you pay for a lionhead rabbit?

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How much will you pay for a baby lionhead rabbits.I slll them for $15
I sell about a litter of them every week.is the price good

it depends on the following things:
1. is it a purebred
2. (for show rabbits, pet rabbits doesn’t matter) does it have the correct markings
3. does it have any deformities (missing toes, one tooth, twisted leg, different eye color)
4. supply and demand
5. local area and economy
6. maintenance cost for person(cost of food, cage,wood chips/paper shreds, clipping toenails, brushing fur, etc.)
7. is it overweight
8. is it underweight

the following is the current price range for a rabbit in the midwest
1.1 if your rabbit is a purebred then it should be priced higher than non-purebreds. good purebreds range from 20-30 dollars (show rabbit) 15-25 dollars (pet) with good body and shape

1.2 if your rabbit is not a purebred it could range from 10 – 20 dollars

2.1 (show rabbits only) if it has the correct markings breed it should be the same as 1.1

2.2 (show rabbits only) if it has incorrect markings for breed. it can not be sold as a show rabbit and must be sold as pet rabbit

2.3 (pet rabbit) if it has correct or incorrect markings for a pet rabbit it does not affect price at all

3.1 any major deformities (twisted leg, bit of ear or missing ear {yes it happens}, or broken back)
3.1.1 twisted leg- free or put down
3.1.2 bit of ear/missing ear- 5 dollars each (pet rabbit only) free for show rabbit
3.1.3 broken back- put down

3.2 any minor deformities (show rabbit) (different eye color, 3 different fur colors)
3.2.1 different eye color- 5-15 dollars (still can not be shown but might be wanted by breeders)
3.2.2 3 different fur colors (ex. white, brown,silver) – free can not be shown

3.3 any minor deformities (pet rabbit) (same as above)
3.3.1 different eye color- subtract 5 dollars from original total if customer notices
3.3.2 three different fur color- add 10 dollars to total makes the rabbit more unique and highly prized

Posted on January 12th 2010 in lionhead rabbits

Claire’s Litter ~ 5 Weeks Old ~ Baby Lionhead Bunnies

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Posted on January 11th 2010 in lionhead rabbit

do lionhead rabbits and holland lops get along with each other?

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i want to know if lionhead rabbits and holland lops get along with each other so i can let them play together and i want to know if they learn fast.
-thanks

Bunnies do not recognize breed. Not to the extent that they won’t get along with eachother because of it. The important thing is to find to rabbits who already seem not to mind each other, then you have to go through a bonding process, which may only take a couple weeks, or could take months.

I had a Netherland Dwarf. I decided to get him a girlfriend (both fixed). So, I took him to the shelter and introduced him to a couple different female rabbits. One bunny (a silver martin) was too scared of him, the staff member who was helping me thought that they wouldn’t be a good match. Then we introduced him to a lovely Hotot mix. They didn’t attack each other right away, which often happens when two rabbits meet for the first time, and Holly didn’t mind to much when Oz mounted her. She tolerated it for a few seconds, and then hopped away.

So, I took Holly home with me. But that’s not where it ends.
They were pleasant to each other for about a week, and then Oz got irritated with something Holly did and they started fighting. For two months, whenever I put them to play together, they’d get along for a little while (5 minutes to half an hour) and then they’d start to fight, and I’d have to separate them.

All of the sudden, after about two months, they stopped fighting, and now they are best friends :)

Go to www.rabbit.org to learn more about the bonding process.

Posted on January 9th 2010 in lionhead rabbits

Athena’s Litter #2 ~ Day of Birth ~ Baby Lionhead Bunnies

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Squirmy little newborns :) www.aftertherainrabbitry.com

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Posted on January 8th 2010 in lionhead rabbit

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