We have three cute little bunnies ready to meet you and be your new fuzzy friend!! These three little single-maned lionheads were born on April 18, 2018 and are ready to go home with you! The white ones are females, and the black one is male. We handle them regularly so they will make great pets. Let us know when you can "hop on down" to meet them! We are located in the country outside of Aubur...
Available is a very sweet Orange Netherland Dwarf doe named Sarah. Sarah is one of our show bunnies and brood does that we are retiring. She has been a great mother to many little kits. She has earned her retirement. Sarah comes with a bag of transition food (about the size of a sandwich bag). We are a small rabbitry in Northeast Indiana (northside of Fort Wayne). We raise Netherland Dwarf bunn...
Boyds Bear Rabbit excellent condition.Call -- Photos and contact info on Advertigo website.
Adorable, mini rex bunnies. Born March 2nd. So, they should be ready by April 27th or sooner. Mom and dad are both super sweet Babies are being handled and would make great little pets Mom is teaching them to use the potty corner, so it should be easy to litter train them, if kept indoors. Dad and mom both use litter boxes when brought in the house to play They are doing extremely well with not...
Looking for rabbit droppings or some horse manure for a garden plot that I'm going to start fresh this year Located just north of Kendallville. Willing to drive to Angola Auburn Fort Wayne Elkhart Goshen for pickup.
I HAVE 3 NETHERLAND DWARF BUNNIES Re-homing fee $25 I have 1 doe & 2 bucks - BLACK The rabbits are a pedigreed but I don t have the paperwork on the father but I do have them for the mother. These bunnies are great pets! The rabbits are litter trained!!! They are very small & even as an adult they still look like babies!!! Netherland Dwarf rabbit is: Weighing 1.1 2.5 pounds (0.50 1.13 kg),[2...
MALE: Seal (black) buck $40 I have 2 males FEMALE: Seal (black) doe $50 YOU MUST BE ABLE TO CARE FOR THE RABBIT AS A PET! Temperament Netherland Dwarf rabbits display similar behavioural characteristics to dogs and cats and as such can be trained to carry out simple tasks such as using a litter tray. The success of any training however depends entirely on the dedication of the handler!