Rabbit LOVER!! Looking for my FIRST rabbit, help please??

by Stephanie
(Washington)

Hi,

I'm a 13 yr old girl seeking my FIRST rabbit, and I need some help choosing a breed. I'm done lots of research on rabbits and everything they need.

I need a friendly, loving, breed with short hair that doesn't shed a lot.
I also need a rabbit that will entertain itself most of the day while I'm at school for 7 1/2 hours, 5 days a week. I will hangout with the rabbit the rest of the 4 hours I have left in the day and all weekend.

Please don't recommend dwarf rabbits for I hear they are agressive :(

Please help me!! Thankk you!! :) :) :)

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Mar 20, 2018
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dutch are the best! NEW
by: Anonymous

get a dutch. they're smallish, so don't take up too much room and super-cute! really friendly! my Penny and Rosie are the best!

Jan 20, 2018
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flemish giants! NEW
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my sister had two flemish giant rabbits, they can grow to be the size of a large cat/small dog though and need lots of room and exercise but can be toilet trained to be like a cat/dog and they can live inside! maybe do some research on this breed first though (and if you won't be home much a highly recommend getting two rabbits as they are quite social)

Dec 21, 2017
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These small breeds NEW
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Mini rexs, mini Lops and Holland Lops.

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