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Hey guys!! I'm so happy I found this forum! Okay my bunny's intro (drum roll.......)
Nowww the intro of Sophie's "subject" My name is Giuliana, I am 22 years old and I'm originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina but I moved to Florida in 2001.
Now I must apologize for my introductionnnn I think I've had too much coffee in the morning
How can I know what breed is Sophie and how old she is? My friend told me she might be 6 months old. She is all black and has some visible white hair on her back. Yesterday I took her to the vet for a checkup (She's totally fine! =) but she didn't know what breed it was and I asked her why Sophie bites me and the dogs so much without any reason and she told me it might be cause she isn't spayed or because she is an adolescent. Do any of you guys have the same issue? She doesn't bite when I clean her cage or anything, I'm just standing somewhere or laying on my bed or couch and she goes at it!
Thank you Bye!
Welcome to BB! And yea I had that biting problem with my rabbit Lucy until she was spayed.
Edit: Omg Fluffybunny I love your siggy! Its so cute lol
Welcome! Sounds like Sophie put your Yorkies in their places! Lol. From your description is sounds like she may be a Silver but total guess. Maybe Petsmart can tell you who the breeder was and you can contact her as to breed identity? This guide might help: arba.net/Breeds.htm
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Glad you're enjoying your new bunny - besides the biting