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More on Netherland Dwarf Rabbits
This is a wonderful breed for the right type of person. This breed is not recommended for young children as a dwarf rabbit may be subject to strangulation (average weight is 2- 3 lbs). These rabbits are quick! Be careful letting them play around the house! You do not want to loose them under a couch or let them chew on electrical cords! These bunnies are small but energetic! I do not recommend that you let bunny loose outside unless you have it secured on a harness and leash as they do love to run! Netherlands like all rabbits have a personality!
Is this the Right Bunny for You?
As previously mentioned, Netherlands are not recommended for families with young children.
Bunnies require daily attention!
They need fresh pellets, water, hay every day!
I feed my rabbits greens two or three times a week. (DO NOT FEED VEGETABLE TO RABBITS UNDER THE AGE OF 4 MONTHS)
Bunnies need their nails trimmed every two weeks or so
Cages need to be kept clean. If the rabbit sits in its droppings, the cage should be cleaned every other day. Otherwise a wire floor does wonders! (Rabbits can be potty trained!)
Exercise is very important! Make sure bunny gets to run and play almost every day!
If you do not plan to breed your rabbit, make sure they are spayed or neutered by one year! Prevention of cancer and spraying is key to a hoppy relationship with you and your bunny!
Bunnies live 7-10 years! Make sure you are ready for commitment!
Most importantly, give your bunny daily affection!!!