PEDIGREE ENGLISH ANGORA BUCK VACCINATED in London

£140

******TIMEWASTERS WILL NOT BE TOLERATED!!!! *******

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READY NOW!!! Born 1/1/20
NON REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT OF £40 is required to secure babies, I do not hold rabbits without a deposit


He has been raised indoors so extremely friendly and used to household noises.

He will be:
*accustomed with grooming before he leaves
*vaccinated against VHD (batch number and expiry date will be provided which is usually accepted by boarding places)
>I can also vaccinate against vhd1 and myxomatosis at additional cost< *panacured
*had preventative treatment for mites and coccidiosis.

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Angoras are a very special, intelligent and affectionate breed, they behave more like a lap dog that a rabbit and therefore make excellent indoor bunnies! They are easy to train and respond well to human company as well as their own kind, they are easier to bond with other rabbits (more so their own breed) and have the most luscious wool!

They do need extra care in regards to grooming but this really shouldn't put you off keeping one, grooming can be therapeutic and angoras tolerate it well as long as they are groomed in the correct way.

pics of adults are of parents to this litter (sallander vm & blue fawn)

I include vaccination against vhd2 before my angoras leave, this is non negotiable, my babies must be protected before they leave. However this is subject to me having this vaccine in stock at the time, price of rabbit remains the same regardless if they are vaccinated or not as this is complimentary!

Please note ~ These are pedigree English Angora, they are from top lines I have imported myself from Europe, they are bred with a lot of careful thought and consideration for the breed standard and my aim is to ensure the correct type and temperament. My prices reflect the pedigree and the time and effort I put in to my rabbits.

My entire stud is fully vaccinated and have their booster jabs every 10-12 months, however... I run a closed stud to reduce the risk of disease (no vaccine is 100%) and also to reduce stress to my rabbits, I'm not a pet shop, this is my hobby that I take very seriously.



My Facebook page is Boo's Bunnies English Angora

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Posted:
12 weeks ago
boosbunnies1
London
Joined: May 2019
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