Baby mini lop (ready to reserve)

Walsall, West Midlands


Pet Information

Advertiser Type: Breeder

Council License: No

Advert: For Sale

Age:3 Years 23 Days

Pet Breed: Mini Lop

Ad Expired/Closed


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Pet Description

Hello everyone we are hobby breeders of mini lops which we all enjoy doing together as a family which consists of me and my partner and 3 children , our bunnies are handled daily by us all and are spot cleaned every day , also they have exercise out in the runs everyday , babies will be available to reserve at 4 weeks old for a £10 deposit to secure your kit and £30 on collection which will be at 8 weeks old as long as they are feeding well and healthy , all babies will come with care sheet and birth certificate and a week supply of changeover food , they will be used to being handled and household noise and children of course lol they will be wormed and flead before leaving us but it is your responsibility to get your bunny vaccinated at 10 weeks old, all our adults are fully vaccinated , thanks. Remember a bunny is a commitment and needs looking after just like any other pet and needs daily exercise and a suitable hutch, please bring a suitable pet carrier with you on collection as a cardboard box is not suitable to collect a bunny. Thanks for taking the time to read this and if want any advice we are happy to help.

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