Shaded color group

This page provides more information regarding the Shaded Color group of the Lionhead rabbit. A table that is shown below shows all the different colors and varieties that correspond with this group. In order to give a better we impression of these colors/varieties we included several amazing pictures. We aim to show a good quality picture of each color but unfortunately there are still some missing. Do you or someone you know has a good picture of a color that is still missing and are you perhaps willing to share it? That would be great, by sharing you will make sure that people who are interested in the amazing lionhead rabbit can learn more about particular colors and varieties. In addition, you can easily send pictures by sending an e-mail and attaching the image(s). Please make sure to describe the color.

Shaded

Chocolate Point Sable Point Seal
Siamese Sable Smoke Pearl Smoke Pearl Point(Blue point)
Pointed white

 

Sable Point Lionhead Rabbit
Sable Point Lionhead Rabbit
Siamese Sable Lionhead Rabbit
Siamese Sable Lionhead Rabbit
Pointed White Lionhead Rabbit
Pointed White Lionhead Rabbit
Smoke Pearl Point Lionhead Rabbit
Smoke Pearl Point Lionhead Rabbit
Chocolate Point Lionhead Rabbit
Chocolate Point Lionhead Rabbit
Picture of Sable Point Lionhead Rabbit
Sable Point Lionhead Rabbit
Image of Siamese Sable Lionhead Rabbit
Siamese Sable Lionhead Rabbit
Smoke Pearl Lionhead Rabbit
Smoke Pearl Lionhead Rabbit

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7 COMMENTS
  • Brenda Benson
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    My daughter just got one for my granddaughter Italian a year old she is second owner it is biting how to break it.

  • catherine stark
    Reply

    you cant break a rabbit from biting if their a biter than their just that, i give my bunnies the three bites your out, you dont want her to be terrified of the animal she is raising

    1. Anna
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      Wow well that’s fucking mean
      you need to work with the rabbit not just give up on it.
      My rabbit used to bite but that’s only because of how you’re handling or treating her. She needs to feel safe and comfortable.
      DO NOT ABANDON JUST BECAUSE SHE BITES!!!!

  • Alice
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    Yes you can discourage Bunny from biting whenever they bite you pinochle them on the nose usually three strikes and they’re out they usually stop biting . I have never had one continue to bite after doing that

  • Kristin
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    All you do is scream and put them down. Never hit your rabbit. Screaming and putting them down works about 3 times. Never hit.

  • lisa pound
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    Wow just wow!
    If you want your bunny to stop biting you then you need to be holding her correctly so she feels safe and secure stroke her let her sniff you do not shout or hit your rabbit you will scare her and loose her trust which will only encourage her to bite More as she will feel threatened. Rabbits are naturally prey animals so are all ways very causious.
    Slow movements gentle voice treats and plenty of love she will soon realise you are not a threat. You also need to make sure she has adequate hay and chew toys to keep her teeth in good condition.

    If your budget NY is still biting you can also put her back in her hutch for 10 mins like a time out every time she bites they’re Intelligent animals so she’ll soon catch on.
    Good luck xx

  • Debbie
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    There’s bites that are playful love nips that never break the skin it’s easy to break them from that I flick them on the nose and shout No. If you have a female not spayed it’s probably hormonal they can get really nasty when they want bred neuter it or breed it and that will solve the problem.

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