Hello and Welcome to Baby Bunny House !
I am a hobbyist breeder based just outside of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. I have been around rabbits for as long as I can remember, I used to drive my mum mad asking for more rabbits than I had already. I think we had 18 by the time I was 10.
I have decided to focus on breeding French Lops, Mini Lop and also Lion Lops.
French Lops - Blue, Butterfly, Broken, Otter and Harlequin
Mini Lops - Blue, sooty fawn and Harlequin
Lion Lops - Tan, Black, Blue, Blue eyed, Sooty fawn
Mini Rex - Liliac, Havana, Orange, Sable Point, Agouti
Please have a wee look around the rest of my site to learn some more or even just to see some cute baby bunnies that have been bred here.
PLEASE BRING A SUITABLE ANIMAL CARRIER WHEN COMING TO COLLECT A RABBIT
I will not sell any rabbit until it is at least 8 weeks old.
I will not sell a rabbit to anyone under the age of 16 without an adult present, and the adult must claim responsibility for the rabbit when it leaves its home here.
Reservations can be made in the way of a £15 >non refundable deposit. In the unlikely event that a rabbit is no longer avaliable the desposit will be returned.
All leaving dates for the rabbits are subject to change. If I feel that a rabbit needs more time here with me or its mother, I will keep the rabbit until I feel it is reay to be re-homed.
All kits are handled from birth, and will be used to being handled.
Please understand when a rabbit is re-homed it may take a couple of days for the rabbit to settle in and get used to its new owners.
Certain rabbit colours and patterns may be more expensive, this is because it could take alot of breeding and time to get that specific colour or pattern, so the price is non negotiable.
I cannot 100% gaurantee the sex of a baby rabbit, I sex them to the best of my ability, but I am only human, mistakes can be made..
Handling your bunny
When you first get your new rabbit, you will probably want to hold it and cuddle it. This is very natural since it is one of the most cuddly of all pets. Happily, handling a rabbit makes it even more tame and friendly. Make sure that you are doing it correctly. Pick up your bunny with both hands, by slipping one hand under the chest, and use the other to support the hindquarters. Never pick up a rabbit by the ears.
Your new rabbit is like a new baby and should be treated as such. It is best not to handle it too much when you first get it home or invite lots of friends to see it. You will be tempted to do this because you'll want to show off your new pet, but this should be done gradually as it becomes more accustomed to having people around it.
You must explain to small children that your rabbit is different from the soft toys they throw around their rooms or pick up by the ears or tail. Show them the proper way to handle it. A rabbit handled incorrectly may kick with its strong hind legs and cause injury. Never let a child younger than six carry a rabbit - put the rabbit on the child's lap ontop if a pillow or pet cushion instead. Follow these rules, and the rabbit's introduction to your home will be a happy one.
You can regularly groom you new pet as this will also make it more friendly and removes molting hairs..