1. I will do my very best to make sure the bunny is healthy and represented honestly. Priced according to quality in my opinion. 2. Buyer are responsible for checking of the teeth, sex, faults, temparement, health, etc before accepting the bunny. 3. Cash and online bank in only – I don’t accept cheque. 4. Deposit & payment – At least 50% of sale price is required to hold the rabbit. Deposits are NON-REFUNDABLE and NOT-EXCHANGEABLE TO OTHER RABBITS OR PRODUCTS unless I terminate the sale or certain cases agreed upon. Balance to be paid upon delivery. 5. Hold policy – I will hold the rabbit maximum for 2 weeks time or other agreed date of delivery upon payment of deposit. If buyer cannot take delivery on that date, alternative arrangements must be made in advance. Extra fees will be charged accordingly. Otherwise, deposit is forfeit and the rabbit will go back up for sale immediately. 6. Delivery – Our rabbitry is not opened for public. Arrangement can be done to deliver to other places within Klang Valley, Selangor and Kuala Lumpur with or without extra charges. Any delivery to other state will be charged accordingly. 7. 3rd party transport – Long distance relays are sometimes possible. Buyer takes full responsibility for arranging the relay, although I’ll try to help. I guarantee the rabbit(s) was in good health when I released it to the transporter. Once it leaves my hands, I am no longer responsible. 8. All sales are final upon delivery – Delivery is defined as full payment, rabbit and/or pedigree exchanged. Buyer has the option of declining upon seeing the rabbit in person, but any deposits are forfeited or use it against another choosen rabbit (with partial/full forfeit of the deposit, subject to discussion). * Exception: If disease or serious defect not previously disclosed is found AT DELIVERY, replacement can be arranged or the deposit will be refunded in full. 9. Exchange of rabbit after sale – An exchange is only allowed in 7 days time due to disease that has not found previously BUT NOT due to any injury caused by buyer, unfitness to environment, etc. 10. Declining a sale – It is in my discretion to terminate a sale at any time for any reason. If a deposit has been accepted, it will be refunded in full.
History of Holland Lop Rabbit The Holland Lop is a breed of rabbit originating in the Netherlands. The breed was recognized by the Netherlands' Governing Rabbit Council in 1964 and the American Rabbit Breeders' Association in 1979. They are popular house pets, and are very popular and competitive for show. They are also known for their sweet temperament and nonaggressive behavior, though they retain a certain doglike tenacity. Appearance of Holland Lop Rabbit The Holland Lop is a small compact breed. Holland Lops have a stocky build, with a short, thick-set body, rounded haunches and short, strong legs. The head is broad with a strongly curved profile, and broad, thick tear drop shaped ears that hang down beside the head. The Holland Lops have a dense coat of soft, medium length hair. Size of Holland Lop Rabbits The senior bucks must be 6 months or older and average weight around 1.81 kg or 4 pounds. The junior bucks are to be under 6 months of age and with a minimum weight 0.91 kg or 2 pounds. Colours Of The Holland Lop Rabbit They available in a variety of colours including Broken, Tort, Black, Blue, Brown, Lilac, Sable Point, Otter, Fawn, Orange, Sable Siamese, Smoke Pearl Siamese, etc Lifespan Of The Holland Lop Rabbit The average lifespan of the Holland Lop Rabbit is 7-10 years.
History of Mini Rex Rabbit Mini Rex is a rabbit breed derived from in France in the late 19th century. The Rex mutation is recessive and causes the hair to protrude outwards from the body, instead of lying flat, and the guard hairs to be shortened to the length of the undercoat. The small size, plush coat and friendly personalities of mini rex rabbits make them one of the most popular rabbit breeds in the United States. They were first recognized by the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA) in 1988, and have been very popular with exhibitors ever since. Size and appearance of Mini Rex Rabbit They weigh from 3.5 to 4.5 pounds when fully grown. They are short and rather close coupled. The ideal length of fur is 5/8 inch, and the fur is to have a lustrous appearance, good body, and a plush-like effect which offers a distinct springy resistance to the touch. For competition, a Mini Rex should have a well-rounded back, with well-developed and filled shoulders, midsection and hindquarters. The head should be well-filled and set on a short neck, with thick ears. They should have medium-fine bone and rather short legs. Fur should be extremely dense, straight, and upright. It should be smooth and springy, not too soft or silky. Colour of Mini Rex Rabbit The Mini Rex color spectrum includes Black, Blue, Ruby-Eyed White, the Broken Group, Castor, Chinchilla, Chocolate, Himalayan, Lilac, Lynx, Opal, Otter, Red, Sable Point, Seal, Tortoise, and White. Lifespan Of The Mini Rex Rabbit The average lifespan of the Mini Rex Rabbit is 7-10 years.
History Of The Netherland Dwarf Rabbit The Netherland Dwarf Rabbit was developed in the early 1900s in Holland from the white Polish Rabbit and wild rabbits to produce a small rabbit in a variety of colours. The Netherland Dwarf Rabbit was first given a show standard in Holland in 1940. Netherland Dwarf Rabbits were introduced in the UK in the late 1940s and into the US in the late 1960s. Today the Netherland Dwarf Rabbit is one of the most popular breeds of rabbit kept as a pet. Appearance Of The Netherland Dwarf Rabbit The Netherland Dwarf Rabbit has a small compact body, a short neck and a compact, broad head with curved profile. The ears are small, erect, rounded at the tips and approximately 5cm in length. The coat of the Netherland Dwarf Rabbit is short and soft. Colours Of The Netherland Dwarf Rabbit The Netherland Dwarf Rabbit is available in a variety of colours including Agouti, Chinchilla, Squirrel, Opal, Lynx, Black, Blue, Brown, Lilac, White, Tan, Fox, Sable Marten, Otter, Fawn, Himalayan, Orange, Steel, Sable Siamese, Sealpoint, Smoke Pearl Siamese and Tortoiseshell. Size Of The Netherland Dwarf Rabbit The Netherland Dwarf Rabbit, along with the Polish Rabbit, is the smallest of rabbit breeds weighing just 800g - 1.2 Kg when adult. Lifespan Of The Netherland Dwarf Rabbit The average lifespan of the Netherland Dwarf Rabbit is 7-10 years.