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Thread: Rabbits for sale in OREGON

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    Rabbits for sale in OREGON

    MB Mapleís Cole $20
    Senior Black Mini Lop Buck
    DOB: 11/21/02
    Sire: SF Paulie~Broken Blue Tortoise (1 BOB)~Ear P07
    Dam: Maple Ears~Chesnut Agouti~ Ear M01
    *Needs a mid experienced home, can be hormonal at times, but other wise sweet. A good pet/brood home, 4-H if you worked with him. Few stray white hairs.

    Jillís Wild Annie
    Senior Black Harlequin Dutch Doe
    DOB: 6/20/02
    Sire: Jillís Wild Skip~Harlequin~Ear1DYS
    Dam: Jillís Wild Hanna~Harlequin~Ear J9LS
    *Saddle is bad, would make a good brood doe for someone wanting harlequin or a good calm pet.

    SF Nibbles
    Senior Black Dutch Buck
    *Older buck, gray hairs where they shouldn't be. Would make a good house bunn or brood pair w/ Annie.
    Pair $35

    Heatherís Maple
    Senior Red Mini Rex Doe
    DOB: June/July 2002
    $20
    *Would make a excellent first time rabbit or 4-H bunny. Blue undercoat, big in size, but excellent mother

    Romineís Cinnamon Toast ON HOLD
    Senior Tortoise Holland Lop Doe
    DOB: 4/8/01
    Sire: Boriakís Valient~ Broken Tortoise~Ear V02~Reg F384Y GC R834
    Dam: Romineís Dare to Dream~Chesnut Agouti~Ear R5
    $25
    *She's such a good mama im not sure if I wanna see her go, but if I get some new hollands, she would need a brood/pet/4-H home. Shes a big doe, but could have some nice babies with the right buck!

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    Last edited by Snuggles; 04-28-2004 at 09:48 AM.
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    I wish I could take one, I've always wanted a Bunbun. Hope they all find a good home



    My babies: Josie, Zeke, Kiba, Shadow (AKA Butter)

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    I do too! They deserve good homes :-)
    ~Lana~
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    I would also consider any of these for trade
    ~Lana~
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    what do you mean for trade?

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    if anyone had any mini rex or mini lops I had an intrest in I would do a trade.
    ~Lana~
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    Wow, there's a TON of bunnies on your site Are you a breeder?
    Alyson
    Shiloh, Reece, Lolly, Skylar
    and fosters Snickers, Missy, Magic, Merlin, Maya

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    This is my updated for sale list, none need to head off immediately, just want to make room & cut back on some bunns so I can get some litters in.

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    yes, and no. I raise raise rabbits for 4-H mainly and for pets, and I do show a little in 4-h. I have 14? rabbits, I would like to cut back on some though.
    ~Lana~
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    I have mini lops and rexes, but I don't think I would ever 'trade' them to be breed.

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    I understand peoples opions on rabbits, the ARA groups are enough. Its one thing to breed responsibly, and another just to breed just to have " cute little babies". I can say the same for dog breeders, we have neighbors who breed kenneled dogs that get no attention. atleast rabbits on the other hand do.
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    yeah but you breed your rabits without having homes for the babies. that's not responsible breeding

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    Responsible breeding in my book and by others book who raise rabbits is preparing for the babie bunnies, weaning them and seperating them at the correct time. I do have several rabbits, and I do sell several rabbits to good homes only, although these are all seniors, even one I have for sale that I rescued. Irresponsible breeding is getting a pet rabbit from the pet store, not knowing anythign about rabbits, it may have been bred by its own brother, having babies, then keeping the babies with mama cause they dont know what to do. I see this ALL the time. I hate pepople asking me to buy bunnies for easter, they just want one for the occasion. I post on rabbit boards, which in this case are for rabbits only, but if EVERYONE (literally) on this board is against breeding rabbits, then they myswell be with the ARA, I just wont post here anymore cause Im sick of people being agaist rabbits and breeding and showing rabbits.
    ~Lana~
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    Originally posted by G.P.girl
    yeah but you breed your rabits without having homes for the babies. that's not responsible breeding
    The 2 litters I have right now are reserved to 8 different people, which will be heading out in june. these are srs, that I have here for specific reasons, wether rescuing reasons or not. there is nothing wrong with rescue rabbits, as long as ya fix em up and find em a good pet home that wont do what they just went through. thats why ya check up with them ever 3 months.(or sooner in some cases)
    ~Lana~
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    if all the people who buy your rabbits would have adopted from a shelter or rescue place, then there would be fewer rabbits that need adopting and don't have homes. the only time it's ok to breed is if the shelters run out or you are doing something to help the breed

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