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    MaddieRabbits
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    Hi everyone! I’ve been super inactive for a good few months now due to my Netherland passing away a while ago.  However, I do still have a beautiful rabbit named Apollo who is quietly living on his own at the moment and hasn’t really seemed as outgoing since he lost Jax. Recently I have started a job in a pet store and can now afford to buy him a female partner as well as have her spayed and so I think now would be a great time! I’ve pretty much always had Netherland Dwarves but  I think this time round I’m thinking of getting a larger breed that would be more suitable to live with Apollo, as I’m unsure of his breed but hes a rather large rabbit and I’d rather not try and introduce him to a tiny, young bun now that he has matured. I’ve recently found a breeder near me who is selling a litter of Belgian Hares and after doing some research I really do think they would be an awesome choice as I don’t keep my rabbits in a cage/hutch etc. as I have an entire, bunny proofed room so I feel I should make the most of that and go for a larger breed that will make use of the space. 

    However, I’ve never owned a Belgian Hare before or even known anyone that has and so I’m completely unsure of their temperament and traits. I’ve done some research and read that they are super intelligent whilst being energetic but can be quite nervous and flighty at times. Have any of you owned one or know what they’re like? Thanks everyone. 


    #1877540
    Sirius&Luna
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    I don’t personally know, but if you’re on instagram, there’s a very lovely vet nurse who has two Belgian Hares – I’m sure she would be happy to give you some pointers if you messaged her @bunnylicious_rabbit_care


    #1877541
    MaddieRabbits
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    Okay thats great thank you so much, I’ll message her now! 


    #1877611
    Deleted User
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    My bun-bun Ruby is a Belgian Hare. I handle/ cuddle her for an expended period every day and she is quite affectionate.


    #1877655
    Bun-bun mom
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    My login got messed up.  Ruby is a beautiful, calm Belgian hare.  The above post should read “extended,” not “expended.”


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