Baby Bunnies Walnut & Bon Bon, please help me with breed, thanks

by CARLA
(ESSEX)

HI

BOUGHT THESE GORGEOUS BOYS FROM PETS AT HOME TWO WEEKS AGO, THEY HAVE SAID THAT THEY MAY BE DWARF LOP CROSS AND ENGLISH CROSS BUT THAT WAS ONLY WHEN I CALLED BACK, THEY WERNT LOOKING AT THEM.

i THINK THE WHITE ONE, BON BON , MAY BE ANGORA OF SOME SORT AND WALNUT IS A LOP BUT I WONDERED WHAT THE CROSS MIGHT BE AND ALSO HOW BIG THEY WILL GET!

AT PRESENT WALNUT WEIGHS 850G AND BON ONLY 500 BUT THEY ARE BOTH THE SAME AGE. THE VET SEEMED CONCERNED ABOUT BONS SIZE BUT IM TOLD NOW THAT THIS MAY JUST BE NORMAL FOR HIS BREED AND HE IS JUST NOT AS BIGGER RABBIT AS WALNUT.

THANKS IN ADVANCE FOR ANY REPLIES :) XXX

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Nov 29, 2016
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Sorry it's late! Didn't see these posts. NEW
by: Anonymous

Thank you for your replies

Carla xxx

Dec 30, 2015
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Breeds NEW
by: Anonymous

The one on the left is a dwarf lop, on the right is a lionhead. By the way, 2 males together will fight when they hit puberty

Sep 30, 2015
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Rabbit matters NEW
by: Anonymous

Hey, your angora looks like an albino angora maybe crossed between a lion head. And your other lop rabbit there looks like an Netherland dwarf lop crossed with rex rabbit

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