Question for rabbit experts...Pic Added!

Discussion in 'Other Pets' started by FunnyRiverFarm, Apr 5, 2010.

  1. FunnyRiverFarm

    FunnyRiverFarm New Member

    Sep 13, 2008
    Hudson, MI
    My mom surprised me with a little Jersey Wooly rabbit this afternoon. The breeder was selling him as a pet because his ears are too long and she just could not resist! :) I have kept rabbits before so I do know about general care...but I have never had a rabbit that needed to be brushed/combed...so what is the best kind of brush to use?

    He is really cute! I will get pictures of him whenever I find my camera...LOL...
     
  2. nutmegfarm

    nutmegfarm New Member

    543
    Dec 22, 2009
    NE Ohio
    Re: Question for rabbit experts...

    I used to raise Jersey woolies and the best brush is a slicker brush with the wire bristles, they will do wonders on a jersey!! Can't wait to see pics!
     

  3. FunnyRiverFarm

    FunnyRiverFarm New Member

    Sep 13, 2008
    Hudson, MI
    Re: Question for rabbit experts...

    Okay! Thank you! I know I have one of those somewhere...I am glad I kept all of the brushes from my dog grooming days.

    Still have not found the camera...I have no idea what I did with it! It will turn up eventually...I hope.
     
  4. nutmegfarm

    nutmegfarm New Member

    543
    Dec 22, 2009
    NE Ohio
    Re: Question for rabbit experts...

    No problem have fun with the little thing!! :stars:
     
  5. FunnyRiverFarm

    FunnyRiverFarm New Member

    Sep 13, 2008
    Hudson, MI
    Re: Question for rabbit experts...

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  6. AlaskaBoers

    AlaskaBoers New Member

    May 6, 2008
    Wasilla Alaska
    oh my goodness! precious :love:
     
  7. nutmegfarm

    nutmegfarm New Member

    543
    Dec 22, 2009
    NE Ohio
    O what a cutie!! I absolutely adore tort coloring!! Congrats :leap: :cool: :clap: :love:
     
  8. CottonwoodCroft

    CottonwoodCroft Member

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    Jan 26, 2010
    Inyokern, CA
    He is very cute! I raise jersey woolies, and I also use a wire slicker brush.