Mini Lop BOY 4 sale call me HOP /Get me out of this hat "PRONTO" in NORTH TURRAMURRA, New South Wales for sale

Mini Lop BOY 4 sale call me HOP /Get me out of this hat
Mini Lop BOY 4 sale call me HOP /Get me out of this hat
Mini Lop BOY 4 sale call me HOP /Get me out of this hat
Mini Lop BOY 4 sale call me HOP /Get me out of this hat
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Address:  NORTH TURRAMURRA New South Wales   2074

- I want a carrot rise if u expect me to pose 4 u "LOL XOX"
My ?opinion? is that BOYS make better lone pets .
THEY ARE Now 8 weeks old
& there parents ARE PURE BREAD MINI LOPS with ?great temperaments ?
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Rabbits for prepared pet homes only!!!!
NO BREEDERS PLEASE!
Please think carefully before you decide to adopt any bunny, make sure you are positive that you can love and care for a bunny pet for the long term.
*All my bunnies are Wormed and Mite Treated* =
To be done every 3 months (easy to do & cheap)
& i will include a vaccination at 10 weeks old for a small fee.
(Normally around $70.00 at vet) - More info on vaccination below.
Nails do not need trimming at this age.
Partially litter trained.
As rabbits have very delicate digestive systems & a sudden change in diet can upset their tummies
I will provide you with a bag of food for the transition into their new home.
I DO RABBIT & GUINEA PIG BOARDING & RESCUE ALSO.
(TO SEE MY OTHER LISTINGS)-
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CALL ME OR
Email me what u r looking for.
???With your name email address & phone number ???
I will call u or email u back ASAP.
Turramurra 2074 NSW
(20 mins north of Chatswood, 10 mins south of Hornsby)
(If you buy a rabbit less than 10 weeks old advertising it comes vaccinated you will still need a booster shot - s for bunny?s full protection in its first year of life)
Rabbit haemorrhagic disease (RHD), also known as rabbit calicivirus disease (RCD) or viral haemorrhagic disease (VHD)
What is viral haemorrhagic disease?
Viral haemorrhagic disease (VHD or HVD) is a horrible viral condition that only affects rabbits.
How is it spread?
It is caused by a highly contagious virus which is transmitted from rabbit to rabbit ?
(Wild rabbit to pet rabbit, pet rabbit to pet rabbit)
Or on contaminated equipment, clothing and feed.
Insects ? flies, mosquitoes, rodents and birds may also be able to carry the virus and infect isolated rabbits (such as pet rabbits).
VHD is nearly always fatal - it causes massive bleeding (haemorrhage) from the internal organs and the animals die a painful death as a result of the overwhelming blood loss.
WHEN DO I VACCINATE MY RABBIT?
Your rabbit can be vaccinated against VHD when it reaches
10 weeks.
It then requires a booster injection every year.
In the event of an outbreak of VHD,
= (council sets the virus off in your area) to control wild rabbit population -
Often advertised in your local paper or you can call council & ask.
NOTE: Baby rabbits can be vaccinated at 6 weeks of age,
BUT - They will require another booster shot at 10 weeks =
(4 weeks after original vaccination).
To provide them with full protection for the first year.
Which rabbits should be vaccinated? All rabbits.
Vaccination Protocol
If your rabbit is vaccinated prior to 10 weeks of age, it will need a booster vaccination at 4 week interval, followed up by annual boosters.
If your rabbit receives a vaccination after 10 weeks of age, then only one injection is required initially, followed up with annual boosters.
The cost of vaccination is a very small price to pay to ensure your rabbit has the best chance of not succumbing to the disease.
(Opinions do varie) :O)
A rabbit care sheet WILL BE PROVIDED WITH YOUR NEW BUNNY
HAVE A HAPPY HOPPY DAY