Discussion of specific breeds, breed standards and selection criteria for purebreds.
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So I'm a sucker. Was at a flea market intending to see if they had chickens. Came home with an English lop that was SO tiny. Like he squeezes through the bars of an X-pen. Everything I've read is that by 9 or 10 weeks their ears should be as long as their body. The lady claimed mom died at birth and she hand raised him (yeah right). I asked how old he was and she was thinking for a minute and I was like "Just a rough estimate is fine." She claimed 12 weeks. To me this rabbit is NOT 12 weeks but I could be wrong. Anyone with English lops care to share pics of them when they were younger and how old they were in the picture?
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