• $200.00
    Thu, May 28, 5:05 PM
    Brigus Junction, Avalon Peninsula
    Dwarf bunnies are becoming increasingly popular as pocket pets or dwarf size bunnies . However, dwarf rabbits weighing 1 to 1- 1/2 lbs full grown they are known to actually have a longer lifespan than larger rabbit breeds. They are also particularly adorable, not to mention intelligent and able to create strong bonds with their bunny family. Very easy to litter train and most times already comes litter trained. These tiny pocket pets just love being cuddled and pampered. Here are the tiny Dwarf breeds we have available. Netherland Dwarf rabbit is particularly diminutive. Their body weight is 1- 2 lbs . Despite this compact size, they are strong and muscular, allowing for great flexibility in their movements. Their head is also large in relation to the rest of their body, but they have a very short neck. Unlike the lop breeds, their ears are tiny and stand erect. popular lap pets. Their clown like personality and their tiny features makes them look like a baby bunny forever. The Lionhead rabbit is one of the most striking dwarf rabbit breeds. Its name refers to its most characteristic feature, the mane of long fluffy hairs on its head which resemble that of a lion. The Dwarf Hotot enormous popularity around the world for their beautiful appearance and gentle affectionate temperament. The most characteristic feature of this dwarf rabbit is the white fur and their brown eyes enshrined in a stark black ring that looks like eye liner. The beautiful eyes of the Dwarf Hotot, . cute tiny little ears which rest atop their head .The Dwarf Rex rabbit: several selective breedings were made to obtain a variety of solid colors and patterns which can now be seen in this dwarf breed. Despite their small size, they are robust and muscular with large erect ears and a velvety texture to their fur. Often called the velveteen rabbit that we grow up reading in child story books.
  • Wed, May 27, 4:20 PM
    Loon-Bay, Central/Interior
    It sucks that I have to do it but I have to re home my 2 year old rabbit! ?? shes super friendly and loves cuddles! She’s litter pan trained! Comes with all the necessities. $150 obo
  • $200.00
    Sat, May 23, 8:18 PM
    Brigus Junction, Avalon Peninsula
    Dwarf Lops are the next best pet for people not able to have a dog or cat . Dwarf Mini lops are easy to litter train. These bunnies make a wonderful new family member, that loves kids, Loves other pets, loves being cuddled and acts like they are a dog or cat in the house. With a beautiful face and those droopy ears they are Adorable ! . These bunnies have no bad smell to them . They have no smell to them at all. Great for people living in apartments that want a pet that they do not have to walk or let outside .What is the Dwarf lops temperament like? Dwarf lops were developed with the intention of creating a rabbit which was easy to handle and hardy enough to withstand cuddling from children. The Dwarf lops are sociable, interesting, inquisitive, intelligent animals which crave attention and love. They can become part of the family and do all the things that dogs and cats do. They will sleep on your bed, cuddle up in front of the fire, watch TV, kiss you, give you loving nose rubs and cuddles, beg for treats, come to greet you on your return home . They will play tricks and games etc... they interact with their family, and bond with other pets, and so much more. To top it off, you don't need to take them to the park every day for a run, and they do not bark and upset the neighbors. They prefer to laze around and sleep in their bed through the day, and are active at dusk and dawn. Ideal companions for busy, working owners, and what better way to unwind after a busy day, than to fuss over your pet rabbit. Excellent companion therapy for those with depression that need a cuddle or a snuggle to brighten your day. Is there any wonder rabbits are fast becoming the 3rd most popular pet behind dogs and cats? My Dwarf mini lops are friendly as they have been handled from birth. Did you know that all Lop babies are born with their ears standing up and when they get a few months old their cartilage in their ears soften and they get droopy ears. They look just like a plush toy.
  • Fri, May 8, 4:09 PM
    Corner brook, West Coast
    Looking for a rabbit
  • Sat, May 2, 10:23 AM
    Bay Roberts, Avalon Peninsula
    Looking for a new pet Bunny to care for during these challenging times, I’d love a little hamster too, either would be preferable & would of course arrange contactless pickup !! Need to be friendly as I have a 13yr old sibling who loves animals as well! Cage and supplies needed, email or text me with pictures of any of your little fur babies in need of a new home!
  • $45.00
    Tue, Apr 28, 9:21 AM
    Clarke's beach, Avalon Peninsula
    Loving rabbit in need of a new forever home, loves being out of cage and in your arms, comes with large cage, house, water bottle, food and some shavings and etc Must be going to a good home
  • $20.00
    Thu, Apr 16, 6:13 PM
    tilton, Avalon Peninsula
    Baby rabbits 20$ each. 709-786-0286
  • $1,234.00
    Sat, Apr 11, 10:10 PM
    Springdale, Central/Interior
    Wanted to buy a bunny and cage with accessories or just the cage ! Please text me with what you have ! 709-293-1238 Thanks !
  • Wed, Apr 8, 9:40 PM
    Conception Bay North, Avalon Peninsula
    Baby rabbits for sale, posting for a friend so call 728-2413 for information.