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sam16 wrote:I am very new to the bunny world and I'm looking for a rabbit i can start showing with. I found this cute dutch rabbit and was wondering if he's worth the time. its a boy btw
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I'm new to showing rabbits... I spent a lot of time going to rabbit shows with a friend before even starting to narrow down the breed of rabbit I wanted to breed for show.
I would suggest going to shows and looking at the breeds; talk to breeders; get the standards book; watch the rabbits being shown. Do you like calm relaxed rabbits? Small rabbits? large? How much cage space do you have?
Sometimes you can even buy from a breeder at the shows and get a mentor at the same time.
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