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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
NOOOO no not selling any rabbits need lil advice
met a lad today just lives few doors away from my house he selling baby rabbits for £15 is that a good price?
also how do i go about them do i need to leave them in there cage all the while id like to leave them loose in my house.
can i train them to poo so they dont make mess??/
any advice will help making my mind up buying 1
he had these lovley tiger rabbits they were like wow
do i need 2 buy 2 or will 1 be ok
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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#1
We've got 2 guinea pigs & 2 rabbits - one for each child ! £15 is good - they would cost you around £25 from a pet shop or garden centre. However, I doubt he's got their vaccinations done - so that would cost you if you needed to get that done, best to check with him first about that. Ours come in the house but we haven't been able to train them !! They are most of the time, out in the cage with a big run underneath so they have plenty of space. We have 2 as I say because of the kids, however, I do think they are better in pairs - but don't forget you prob want 2 of the same sex otherwise there may be lots of bunnies running amok in your house!!!!!!!!
#2
I have had 2 rabbits over the last few years
My 1st used to live in the house and move around freely. On a night he used to live under the stairs with a mesh gate accross so he could not get out.
He had a litter tray (like a cats) and used it after a while. So no mess eventually.
My new one lives outside in a cage. Comes in the house but is not trained.
£15 is ok for a rabbit but depends where they came from. May have myxomatosis.
Take to vet to take a look at it. Would probs cost ya £15 for a check up!
Just get one for now!
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libbitom1
We've got 2 guinea pigs & 2 rabbits - one for each child ! £15 is good - they would cost you around £25 from a pet shop or garden centre. However, I doubt he's got their vaccinations done - so that would cost you if you needed to get that done, best to check with him first about that. Ours come in the house but we haven't been able to train them !! They are most of the time, out in the cage with a big run underneath so they have plenty of space. We have 2 as I say because of the kids, however, I do think they are better in pairs - but don't forget you prob want 2 of the same sex otherwise there may be lots of bunnies running amok in your house!!!!!!!!


Do you have 2 males or females? A few years ago me & my sister had male rabbits and when they matured they used to fight like mad!

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2 female rabbits. We've got 2 male guinea pigs and they are a nightmare !!! Fight worse than my 2 kids ! Females are a better species than males - in life in general, lol
#5
libbitom1
2 female rabbits. We've got 2 male guinea pigs and they are a nightmare !!! Fight worse than my 2 kids ! Females are a better species than males - in life in general, lol


:giggle: +rep for that! :lol:
#6
what kind of rabbits are they? you can buy a certain breed for that money, my dutch rabbit cost me £12 and im getting a mini lion head for £15, i have a baby gate on my living room and my rabbit is free to run around at night, you need to cover up all your wires as they will chew thru them, you can train them, they tend to do there stuff in one place so you can just put a cat litter tray there, i dont have mine out in the day as i have a 2year old and scared she might eat the poo, baby rabbits are hard to sex ive had vets get it wrong and breeders so i would only get the one unless you get them nutered as they can breed all year round from a young age
#7
thanks for all that info
do i need to get them vacinated evry year or is it just the once? i am new too all this
#8
but don't forget you prob want 2 of the same sex otherwise there may be lots of bunnies running amok in your house!!!!!!!![/QUOTE]

thats the last thing i want otherwise ill be on here offering to anybody who wants them lol
#9
Ive got a rabbit and a guinea pig (was 2 guinea pigs until my hubby ran him over BY ACCIDENT!... :( ) they get on great, always randy but still great pals :)
#10
Even two females will fight unless they have been together from an early age,(so probably best to either get two now, or stay with just one!) we have two females that have to be kept seperately as they try to kill each other if we let them out together, apparently when they have been neutered they will be fine though.
They are both indoor rabbits (one refuses to even touch grass!) and we let them out around the house, they both use a litter tray, and both chew wires (especially nokia phone chargers) If you keep them indoors you will need to provide stuff for them to chew as well.
#11
ahemmmmmmmmmmmm.....

what kind of 'rabbits' are you talking about :whistling:

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