True to type - agouti doe - available now. in Huntingdon


I am a small scale Netherland Dwarf breeder and have a few litters per year breeding towards the British Rabbit Council breed standards for Netherland Dwarf Rabbit Show type.

This is 'Mouse' one of my homebred Netherland Dwarf rabbits from show standard Netherland Dwarf parents.
Her colouring is agouti, a rich brown with cream belly and chin.

This stunning little lady was the only one in her litter and I intended to keep to run on. Unfortunately as I am now having a baby of my own I am cutting down on all the youngsters so someone is going to be delighted with this absolutely gorgeous little thing.

She is BRC rung which means she has an ID ring around her back left leg which is required for showing although I feel she would be better suited to a pet home rather than a show home. However if you did want to show her I am happy to sign her over to you provided you cover the BRC fees. This ring does not need removing unless it becomes a concern and has never caused any problems for my full sized adults with rings.

This rabbit once settled is friendly and inquisitive. She is however still 'intact' and would benefit from neutering. If you plan to breed from her and are new to rabbit breeding please let me know so I can give you some advice.

Her lineage is part of my show stock and I would have shown her under different circumstances.

All rabbits will come with: changeover food, a birth certificate and a detailed care guide.

I do require a non refundable deposit to confirm rabbit reservation as I have had many people over the years request bunnies and then cancel last minute or just not arrive to collect.
Unfortunately I do not allow viewings but I am happy to provide videos and photos of the baby prior to reservation and then as regular updates until it is collected once it is reserved.
COVID safe collection from Godmanchester - PE29.

The rabbits all feature on my

Feel free to ask any questions you might have!

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4 weeks ago
Jun 2020
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