Fuzzibutt's Rabbitry, Reg.

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Both the English Angora & the Giant Angora are fiber animals and require frequent grooming! It does not matter if the rabbit is a pet or a show bunny! It is mandatory to keep their nails short and their coats free of mats. Please keep this in mind when inquiring about availability of either breed.

We believe feeding hay to our rabbits and Guinea pigs (cavies) daily is just as important as feeding pellets. Yes, we are constantly picking hay out of our show coats! This is why we save toilet paper and paper towel rolls. We stuff them full of hay for bunnies and piggy’s in coat. However, we feel better knowing there is less chance of wool block if things keep moving. Pelleted feeds already contain a balanced amount of protein and some believe that hay is not necessary because it is a complete feed. We on the other hand believe that HAY is necessary! The purpose of providing hay is to provide more fiber to your animal's diet. Hay also helps to prevent wool block. Occasionally, we will also give a heaping handful of straw for them to munch on just to change it up a little for them. Appropriate hays for fiber supplements are Timothy hay, orchard grass, and even Bermuda grass. Hay should be fresh and sweet smelling and free of mold.


If you are not showing your rabbit, we suggest clipping them down every 3-4 months to make it easier to keep up with their fiber. 


Below is an example of a just weaned angora (Giant Angora) to an adult show coat and one that is in the process of being clipped down. 



NOT FOR SALE


This is a photo of a junior Giant Angora growing Wool 


NOT FOR SALE


This is a photo of a Giant Angora in coat! Please understand that this breed is a fiber bunny and needs weekly grooming and clipping down periodically for the health and safety of the rabbit. 

NOT FOR SALE


This is a photo of a Giant Angora who was recently clipped down! Please understand that this breed is a fiber bunny and needs weekly grooming and clipping down periodically for the health and safety of the rabbit. 

NOT FOR SALE


This is a photo of a Giant Angora who was recently clipped down! Please understand that this breed is a fiber bunny and needs weekly grooming and clipping down periodically for the health and safety of the rabbit. 

NOT FOR SALE


This is a photo of a Giant Angora who was recently clipped down! Please understand that this breed is a fiber bunny and needs weekly grooming and clipping down periodically for the health and safety of the rabbit.