Dwarf Mini Rex Bunnies - 4 weeks old DOB: 4/21/2013
Dwarf Mini Rex is about 4.5 - 5 lbs full grown.
(Smaller than a bag of sugar)
We raise our bunnies to stay small and make great pets.
Our bunnies are handled before we sell them.
The are very sweet and fit in the palm of your hand.
Only 5 bunnies left Male & Female
If your interested contact us for more information:
Call/Text (513) 348-0858
We have babies available for new homes. Great pets or 4h/show bunnies. All our bunnies are dwarf and stay under 4 lbs. Can be litter trained and have been handled.
Holland lop 8wks old:
Tort doe. 40.00 with pedigree or 35.00 without.
Holland lops taking deposits and will be ready starting May 20th:
Broken Sable point buck
Light marked Harles
Black silver Martens
Prices vary between 25-45.00
More info and pricing on the website at www ...
Purebreed Netherland Dwarf Bunnies with pedigree $40 raise for pets or show quality will be ready for new home week of June 10 a $20.00 non-refundable deposit will hold your pick, for more information you can call 814-677-9963.
Here at Rosie Acres we have high quality rabbits available in a wide variety of colors. We are ARBA registered.
For a list of what we have available, or for individual prices, please visit our websites, www.rosieacres.weebly.com
Dwarf - Coco - Small - Young - Male - Rabbit
Update: 10/7/12 I was given a chance to get adopted as a potential mate for a bunny named Penny. She was beautiful but quite a diva. As long as I groomed her, which I did a lot, she was fine. If I stopped to take care of a little of my own grooming since she would not help me out, she got angry and would attack me. Well, that is no life to live as a husbun. Check out my new video Coco and two other bunnies were surrendered to a county animal control ...
Netherland Dwarf - Honey Gram - Small - Young - Male - Rabbit
ADOPT HONEY GRAM !!!
COME VISIT ME AT PETCO GREENSBURG!
Age: 1 Year and 9 months old
Sex: Neutered Male
Breed: Netherland Dwarf
HOME SWEET HOME (HOUSING): Indoors only! There are predators outdoors and it is not safe for me. A cage and an indoor bunny proofed area to explore are acceptable.
BUNNY BATHROOM: Litter box (one for inside the cage and one for exercise area). AVOID cedar or pine shavings - they are hazardous to my health
Dwarf Eared - Merlin - Small - Young - Male - Rabbit
<p>Merlin is a very handsome all white rabbit. He is one of Pumpkin's babies. He is a small guy and very curious. Merlin, along with his mom and siblings were found living in the shed of one of our supporters. We took them in, and they have thrived. <p>He enjoys sitting on top of boxes and watching what is going on in the sanctuary. He looks so serious at times, and it seems like he has taken on the responsibility of "guard bunny". <p>Our ...
Netherland Dwarf - Princess - Small - Young - Female - Rabbit
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Princess is a sweet, shy little Netherland Dwarf bunny who badly needs the primping and attention she so deserves! She has a dignified, royal little personality and is a big bunny in a small package. As you can see, she is Very, very cute!!! Want to give her a home?
God bless our pets ...
Netherland Dwarf - Hyde - Small - Adult - Male - Rabbit
This is Hyde. He's adorable to look at, but kind of crazy to hold. He would be a good bunny for an experienced rabbit owner who has lots of love and time to devote to him. He was won at a fair in August 2010 and wasn't properly socialized or cared for after that. He is nippy but we think it seems to be mostly when he is in his cage. If you're interested in giving this guy a patient, loving home please contact Katie at 574-518-0203 or [email ...
Dwarf Eared - Julian & Ginger - Medium - Adult - Male - Rabbit
Julian (Kara's sibling/Blossom's baby) and Ginger were first adopted out to a family in January 2009. Unfortunately, their adopters found themselves with a very busy lifestyle and not a lot of time to spend with these sweet bunnies. They thought it would be best for them to find a home where they could be part of a family that would be more interactive. When they first came back, they were pretty scared. But our socializers have been ...