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    Sr. Melangell
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    Before I had Olly, my bunnies were Dwarf Rabbits.

    Has anyone noticed with Giants they can be a bit sort of Bossy?

    Olly growls when people knock on the door

    That may be a male thing though and Olly is neutered.. (In the past I have had females.)

    Has anyone noticed that everyone wants to see your ‘Little’ Boy or Girl? They get a shock when they see them.

    Litter trays are too small?

    No one in pet shops can tell you how much food to give or not?

    I only found out Olly was giant when he was seen by 5 different vets.


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    Sr. Melangell
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    PS. We have been told Olly is a British Flemish.


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    Bladesmith
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    We require pictures! (Giant bunny fan here.) Clover was, at 14 lbs, on the large size for a Chin. We suspected she maybe had some Giant chin mixed in. Bossy? Oh my yes she was. Queen of the house and not afraid to let you know it. She was a gentle tyrant though. On the infrequent times someone knocked on our door, she’d hope up on the couch to look out the window and see who it was.

    As for litter pans, I opted to buy the shallow large tupperware containers, and use those instead.

    Clover loved going for rides, and she’d stand on the door arm rest and look at the cars next to us. That was always good for some amazed looks.


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