Opinions - Dutch Rabbit Breed

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Iowa
blossomrabbit
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Added on July 3rd, 2010
i bought i dutch rabbit doe that is now 9 weeks old. She is a very happy rabbit! she loves to jump and twirl around in her hutch. We may be her a little buddy to play with to! but she hates being picked up. she loves attention and will give kisses! i would suggest a dutch rabbit for first rabbit owners.
Michigan
nrdrummerchic
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Added on Nov 4th, 2008
I got a Dwarf Dutch Doe from a friend who's daughter lost interest. She turned out to be one of the best pets I've ever had. She loves to cuddle all the time, she learned to use her litter box in about two weeks! She's also extremely devoted to me, the only down side is she takes a while to warm up to anyone other than me, even if she knows them. Otherwise she's wonderful!
California
ManderzMarshin
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Added on Oct 7th, 2008
I have 2 amazing little Dutch bunny brothers, Neo(grey and white) and Morpheus(black and white). They are such quick learners its amazing. Both litter trained, leash trained and they know some commands like "kisses" and "no". Genius little guys. I love them to death and they love everyone. They love attention from anyone, when i take them out on the leash they walk right up to people and touch they're nees with their paws and beg for attention, i dont know if its just these 2 dutchs or all dutch rabbits but from what I've whitnessed from my own, they are truely the best breed of rabbit I've ever come by, and I've seen quite a few up close and personal.
Pennsylvania
Pichusmom
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Added on July 29th, 2008
I have always been a bunny lover, and I was grief stricken when my favorite Lop Eared bunny "Tigger" had to be put to sleep. Vowing never to have another bunny, I was too lonely in my kitchen with no furry critters to chat with. My son and I went to the pet shop and he instantly fell in love with this little black and white baby. He has problems with his tiny feet- somehow deformed so they slide apart from each other and the pads on his feet don't touch the floor. It has been 2 years with this funny little bunny who sometimes thinks he' a dog. He follows me around when he gets out of his cage and waits for me by the door when I go outside. If my dog barks at a sound at the door, Pichu is quick to check it out. He likes to nap with me on the couch and go out to my art studio so he can knock over paintbrushes and craft supplies.
   
He has a day pen (baby gate corral) for his outings and he LOVES it, but he is afraid of the dark and stands up on his hind legs for me to pick him up so I can put him back in his indoor cage. For cooler days and shorter day outings, he has a rabbit leash. Pichu is a special rabbit. SO, if this is the way this particular breed acts, I'm curious why anyone would ever want anything else??
Hannah Stombler
California
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Added on Jan 1st, 2008
I have 2 Dutches. One is 2 weeks old and the other is 1 1/2 years old. They are so easy too handle and I practically never have too groom her! I love them so so so so so much! I love you Oreo and Yoggie!
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