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  • Mark694
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    Hi new on here…Wee Max is our 6 month old house rabbit. At a loss as to what breed he is. Am sure there’s somr lionhead in there but not sure what else as one ear has ‘lopped’ over the weekend! Any suggestions appreciated ?



    Harley&Thumper
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    Max could be a lion lop, a cross between a lop and a lionhead.



    Mark694
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    Blimey that was quick!! Thanks that makes sense



    LBJ10
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    Lionlop

    Also, he appears to be Vienna marked.



    LittlePuffyTail
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    He also appears to be super gorgeous!!!!


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