Dwarf Lionhead Bunnies
The Lionhead belongs to the more tiny and smaller rabbit breeds. Nevertheless, they do have a unique feature why many people fell in love with this relatively new breed . Around their head, chin, chest and occasionally their skirts(flanks) they are covered with an amazing mane of wool. The rabbit weighs on average; between 2.5 pounds. The length of their mane is on average 2-3 inch and forms a kind of “V”. It is possible that they also have transitional wool around their hindquarters.
Which Requires "Time" Grooming Weekly.
They are Super Friendly and Social, wanting to spend a lot of time with you. They ARE great with Kids...Under Supervision.
*Please remember* rabbits are prey animals, some don't mind being carried, some would rather snuggle close for head rubs. Each rabbit is different! At the end of the day, their preference is to be on the floor.
Does My Rabbit need a friend?
From a practical standpoint, I have found rabbits to be quite solitary creatures. They usually enjoy the company of their humans or other species. In my experience and talking with many breeders, rescuers & Vets, many have had issues with bonded pairs inflicting injury or death. (Spay/Neuter has no guarantee of companions remaining compatible)
I highly Suggest the Boys get Neutered about 5 months. It takes away the Instinct to Spray and MAKES A Fabulous Pet.
Lionheads ARE All Very Sweet By Nature. My Vet is $95 for Males.
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