Their housing and accommodation must be agreed before deposits are accepted, preference will be given to homes wanting the full package and service that we provide.
Homing a pet is not always a cheap option but doing it right the first time saves you time, money and ensures the well being of your bunny/s.
Wanda and Nija have a pair of Orange Does- one Rufus one normal Orange.
Opal Buck with Sussex Cream Doe-
Nelly and Dylan have a litter of one- Blue Otter buck- he is very small so his leaving date may change
Our bunnies are priced between £60-£80* each, These are well
bred, well cared for top quality rabbits, the price reflects the care, work and commitment that has gone in to raising them. As such we are looking for top quality homes and we are happy to
wait till the right home comes along for each bunny. We are the only breeders to some times offer neutered bonded pairs of bunnies.
If you are wanting a cheap rabbit then please look elsewhere. There are many breeders out there that don't care where their rabbits end up or what they have to live in, they are just interested in getting rid of them as soon as possible so the doe can produce yet another litter. Homing and caring for a rabbit correctly is not cheap.
We will provided you with a top quality hand tame pedigree rabbit,that is fully weaned, treated against haymite, lice & thread worm. We offer a "Bunny workshop" spending 1-1/2 hours with you when you select your pet, we will advise you on the most suitable breed for your needs, we will show you how to handle, train and interact with your chosen rabbit/s, we offer on-going help & advice for you rabbit via email or phone. This is free of charge to homes having bunnies and the full package from us. We will also advise you on the correct housing for the breed of rabbit/s you are homing and show you accessories that Dee stock's, that will aid you in having a happy healthy well behaved bunny. Plus we offer on-going help & advice for you rabbit via email or phone.
To see the other types of rabbits we bred please click on the links below.
DO NOT BUY CAGES
LIKE THESE-WE WILL NOT HOME ANY OF MY RABBITS TO YOU
The Minimum size cage for a small rabbit is a 4ft x2ft,(1152 area) with a 5ftx2ft (1440 area) being more ideal & our preferred size. For a pair this needs to be bigger still.
Please think about the rabbits that have got to spend up to 10 years in a small hutch prison.
Please do not buy Chicken houses or Omlet housing for baby rabbits. These are not practical for training the bunny to be an interactive, hand tame rabbit.
If you are un-sure on cage size, please contact us, Dee stock's a huge range of large cages and can advise you on what one would best suit the bunny and your needs.
Dee offer's a 10% discount on the Malling Double Deluxe hutch, Malling deluxe singles, when purchased and collected with our bunnies, plus a 10% discounts on indoor housing packages, feed & bedding packs plus more.
The cage on the right is 3ft x17",(612 area) the poor bunny would not be able to lay out upstairs let alone hop. This was bought for a single Mini Lop-after we spent over an hour explaining what size was need. The couple did not home one of our bunnies as they were not prepared to change
The cage on the left was bought for a pair of Mini Lops. This is how it was described to us -I have purchased a large cage, "it's definitely big enough for 2 bunnies! "The cage is a super large size, with length 56cm, width 38cm and height 38cm. If you think it is not big enough for two bunnies, then I will purchase one only. Strangle we did not home any bunnies to this cage and lady.
DO NOT BUY CAGES LIKE THESE- WE WILL NOT HOME ANY OF MY RABBITS TO YOU