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Please help identify breed of bunny!

Discussion in 'Breeds and Breeding - Rabbits' started by bunny612, Sep 11, 2017.

  1. Sep 11, 2017
    bunny612

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    I need help identifying the breed of this bunny. Thank you :)
     

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    promiseacres

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    Dwarf mix???? Mix of some kind

    Hard to really say without knowing size and body type. And unless it's got a pedigree it's all just guesses.
     
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    Bunnylady

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    Those are some bodacious ears for something that young - do they ever go down?
     
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    bunny612

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    Thank you for the replies. I'll just settle for dwarf mix :) No his ears don't go down :rolleyes:lol
     
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    Bunnylady

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    I agree with @promiseacres; that short, rounded face suggests Dwarf. The size and shape of the ears and the wide angle at which the bunny is holding them hints at possibly Holland Lop in the mix - a lot of not-show-quality Hollands still show some ear control.
     
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