WHY CHOOSE THE LIONHEAD?
Lionheads are the full package. They are small (only weighing up to 3 3/4 lbs.), fluffy, friendly, and active. Lionheads typically make great agility prospects and sweet pets! As a rather new breed, they have already made their way to be one of the most popular pet rabbit breeds. Not only are they great pets, but also fun to breed.
WHY CHOOSE THE HOLLAND LOP?
Holland Lops are a very popular rabbit breed. They weigh under 4 lbs and are renowned for their great personalities and adorable looks!
HOW DO YOU CARE FOR A RABBIT?
As with any pet, purchasing a rabbit should not be an impulse decision. We recommend doing lots of research before purchasing a rabbit. You can start by reading the 'Rabbit Care' portion of our website. You can also visit http://mncompanionrabbit.org/, http://rabbit.org/, purchase the ARBA's Raising Better Rabbits and Cavies book, or go to your local library. When you purchase a rabbit from us, expect to go home with a copy of the instructional care sheet on our website. We are a lifetime source. Don't hesitate to ask questions.
IS A RABBIT A GOOD PET FOR A CHILD?
This is a case by case basis. When the novelty of owning a bunny goes away, will your child still be willing to care for it? Rabbits are a 8-10 year commitment.
HOW DO I RESERVE A RABBIT?
Once you have found a rabbit you are interested in, contact us and let us know. We can set up a time for you to come out and look at them, or we can give you our address and you can mail cash/check!
WHY DO YOU HAVE A WAITING LIST?
Baby bunnies can go fast, we want to give everyone a fair chance to reserve one. Those on our waiting list are our first priority, after that, those not on our waiting list can reserve a bunny. If you want to be on our waiting list, simply contact us!
DO YOU HAVE ANY ADULT RABBITS AVAILABLE?
We occasionally have adult rabbits available. We will specify if they can be used for breeding or are just pets.
SHOULD I BUY AN ADULT RABBIT INSTEAD OF A BABY?
That is completely up to you! Both adults and babies make adorable, loving pets!
DO YOU HAVE VIENNA MARKED RABBITS?
We do not have vienna marked or vienna carrying rabbits.