New baby bunnies, confused about breed

by Tasfia

Got two new baby rabbits. I was surprised by how fast they bonded with me.
It is only day two and all they do is lick me and fall asleep on my shoulders.
Ive been spending all day with them to bits.
Managed to get one to pose for me.
They're a month old and the shop keeper said they're from Germany, but I doubt it.
Any ideas please

Comments for New baby bunnies, confused about breed

Average Rating starstarstarstarstar

Click here to add your own comments

Jan 20, 2015
A grey Dutch NEW
by: Melanie evans🐰

Thats a grey Dutch a dwarf baby it just...dosent seem right it has the colour of dutch

Oct 18, 2014
by: Anonymous

Definitely a Dutch, fur will get shinier and better pronounced with age

Jun 03, 2014
Looks like NEW
by: Anonymous

This one you have pictured looks like a poorly mark dutch or dutch cross

Feb 26, 2014
Thanks NEW
by: Tasfia

Yeah I was surprised he sold them so young.Now theyre about six weeks old. Theyre eating fine and they look healthy and happy.I still dont let them out much yet,and do a 'mini' check up everyday,I see if their ears are fine,eyes clean and well butthole clean as well.I brush them too.They first had problems running fast but they hop and run fine now. Thankyou for the comment I really appreciate it and I think you might be right about them being dwarves .Thank you so muchh :D

Feb 26, 2014
how young? NEW
by: Anonymous

If they are only a month old they should still be with their mother till 8/10wks. Are they eating ok ? Could be dwarf but hard to tell if
Their small because of age .bunnies are lovin obiously taken to you.

Click here to add your own comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Rabbit breeds are sometimes unclear. What breed is your rabbit ?.

Do you want your rabbit to live a full life?

Avoid rabbit illnesses & problems

Keep vets costs down?

'12 Top Ways to Keep your Rabbit Healthy, Well & Contented'

Click here

Enter Your E-mail Address to subscribe to our 'Rabbit News' Newsletter/e-zine
Enter Your First Name

Don't worry — your e-mail address is totally secure.
I promise to use it only to send you Rabbit News.