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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Mixed breed?

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    • Max2021
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      Hi there,

      Max is 9 months & weighs 15.5 lbs. The vet said she thinks he may be mixed Flemish because of his head shape? What do y’all think? If he is part Flemish, what may be the other part?

      The fur on his tummy is long white. Is it standard for belly fur to be different than the rest of the fur on the body? I would take a pic of the tummy but he prefers not to be held. Thank you!!

       

       

       


    • LBJ10
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      Hmm… the white paw might be a clue. The Vienna gene might be mixed in there somehow. Beveren is not a common breed, but they are large and they do carry the Vienna gene. His main color is chestnut agouti, which is common in Flemmies.


      • Max2021
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        Thank you LBJ! I’ve never heard of those types of bunnies (I’m new at this) but I’m excited to learn! Interestingly enough, his brother is the same shape but completely white with a few black spots. Thanks, for identifying Max’s color!!! When filling out vet paperwork, I would put ‘a mix of brown, black, auburn…’. LOL! But now I know!


    • LBJ10
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      The broken gene could be mixed in there, although it’s not as well known for causing a single white paw. It sounds like his brother is a broken pattern though, so that’s a possibility.

      New Zealand is another breed to consider. Broken pattern is common.

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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Mixed breed?