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Yes, I know about bunny baths which is why youtube videos of bunny baths annoy me so much. People think bunnies need to be bathed (seriously, look up "Brownie the swimming bunny" on yt. They put it in a swimming pool, poor thing)

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there's a video going viral of a bun swimming for arthritis treatment. There's no hard or fast way for pet care, yes, certain things are off limits, but when you have bucks who pee on themselves intentionally, butt baths don't cut it. Especially when your originally white rabbit decides that he wants to be orange...and horribly smelly.

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omg those tiny ears on that fluffy face!

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he's softer than fleece too!

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Oh my there so cute :)

I have a couple of Dutch girls, and my boy New Zealands rabbit who I adore <3

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Oh... I was going on the assumption all the bunnies were fixed. Yea, if there's an unspayed doe and unneutered buck there will be spraying :< eww.

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we live in a farming community, there's one one vet who would do it, and they're not very experienced, so I worry about putting anyone under the knife so to speak. I've had a buck fixed, and it was awesome (I'm allergic to their musk), and he was able to live comfortably with an intact doe (not risking my girls).

Some will just spray by themselves, they're worse than cats in that respect. We had a doe who would try to spray my three year old's bed!

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Aw the dutchies are gorgous!!! Eng lops I feel would be constantly stepping on their ears lol

It's a sin you don't have a reputable vet :<

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One of the hazards of having an unusual housepet in the country, no good vets. Nothing for reptiles either out here. And the nearest are over an hour, and wanted $300 for a neuter, I was scared to ask what a spay was, and they didn't have much more experience than the vet here!

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They're all so cute!! I love english lops but I would be so paranoid about ear infections with those super long ears!! I think I've decided that when I move to Kentucky I would like to concentrate on Broken Chocolate and Broken smoked pearl (and maybe blue eyed white) holland lops, and Solid and/or broken black otter mini rex's. And of course some day flemish giants!

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