Are Netherland Dwarf bunnies friendly?
The Netherland Dwarf rabbit is a tiny bundle of energy, but this dwarf breed makes for a great pet rabbit. Netherlands Dwarf rabbits are perfectly sized to be house rabbits. When handled well, they‘re friendly and docile, and are good pets.
Do rabbits get attached to their owners?
Rabbits bond closely with their owners.
They recognize them by voice and sight and will even come on command. Bunnies may even follow their owners from room to room and jump up on their laps when called.
Do Netherland Dwarfs like to be held?
There is often a mismatch with small children, because they like to play with the pet or pick it up to cuddle with it. Dwarf rabbits do not like to be picked up or held tightly; and they can bite, scratch or struggle wildly if the child does so.
How much does a Netherland Dwarf rabbit cost?
The cost of a dwarf rabbit will depend on the exact type, but most dwarf rabbits, commonly the Netherland Dwarf, can be adopted for $25 to $75, with the exception of show-quality rabbits. Higher quality baby rabbits, depending on the colors, markings, where you live and the breeder, can cost as much as $100 to $200.