Welcome to Bre's Bunnies website! I am a small breeder located in the Parker,CO area ( southeast of Denver). All of my rabbits are cared for in the best manner. Each one is handled daily to premote an affectionate charecter. I breed show rabbits as well as pets. Right now, I'm working on mini rexs, but plan on expanding in the future!
Interested in Rabbit hopping?
Rabbit hopping is a sport growing in popularity! A great way to show off your rabbit, bond and teach them tricks, this is a great activity for both rabbit and owner! Any rabbit no matter age breed or size can give it a try. Rabbit hopping is a form of agility course containing mostly jumps and other obstacles such as tunnels and hoops. If you and your furry team-mate are interested in free lessons, contact us!
MORE ABOUT MINI REXS
Mini rexs are derived from the original rex rabbit. Their fur comes from a mutation in rabbits seen in France in the 1800's. Their hair extends outwards, with shorter guard hairs, giving them a velvet touch. Becauseof this, they have also been nicknamed velveteen rabbits. Mini rexs have a friendly personality, they're cuddly and pretty easy to care for. This, and much more, is what makes them the most popular breed in the U.S. Mini rexs were first recognized by the American Rabbit Breeders Association(ARBA) in 1988, and have been loved ever since. At adult age(6mo.) they weigh around 4 lbs, with a plush coat.
Rabbits need a cage at least the size of 25x25". They should be fed a total of 4 ounces daily, with unlimited timothy/grass hay and water. Why do they need hay? It clears their digestive track, keeping them healthy. They really don't require a daily vitamin, but consult your vet if there are any uncertanties or health conditions. Another commomly asked question is: "do you really need a vet?". The answer is, an occasional visit is best, and you should have a clinic in mind(so make sure they specialize in rabbits too), but you don't have to take them to the groomer or a monthly visit to the vet.
The Mini Rex color varieties includes Blue, Blue Eyed White(BEW), Castor, Chinchilla, Chocolate, Himalayan, Lilac, Lynx, Opal, Otter, Red, Sable Point, Seal, Tortoise, the Broken Group, Red Eyed White(REW), cinnamon, black, siamese, beige, fawn, tricolor(similar to broken), harlequin, magpie, and black otter.
If you would like to hold a rabbit, or have any questions, let me know!
Contact me: E-Mail;firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Don't forget to visit our friends over at http://lionheadrabbit.com/ ! Learn all about the lionhead breed, FAQ's and even find breeders!