amys rabbit ranch

Dwarf HototFor SaleLittersInformation

Herd is sold and moving to the PNW with Allen! Life changes and challenges have left me little time, after 20 years of raising and showing rabbits, to continue.

This website will cease to exist in Mid-March when the domain name runs out, so if there is any information you want please make sure it is downloaded.

Thanks to all my friends over the decades; i will likely get rabbits again someday, but part of being a good breeder is knowing when you dont have the time to continue in a manner that benefits the breed. The herd is sold together, so chocolate bands will continue to exist and be loved.

I raise show quality Dwarf Hotots in both black and chocolate banded varities in the Madison/Huntsville area of Alabama. All my rabbits are handled from birth and are well loved and cared for. I do sell them for pets, as well as for 4-H and also of course for ARBA shows. I have had rabbits since I was five years old, and I've been breeding and showing them since 1999. I breed strictly to the ARBA standard, all my rabbits are fully pedigreed and most are registered as well. I breed for quality, not quantity.

My rabbitry is liscensed (#T326) with the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA). I am also a member of the American Dwarf Hotot Rabbit Club (ADHRC) and a founding member of the Eyes of the South Dwarf Hotot Rabbit Club. Thanks for taking the time to view my site, there is a lot of information here just use the above links to browse around. I am a scientist and utlize my understanding of genetics to breed quality animals and work on unique varieites and colors. I welcome any comments or questions! Email Me

I no longer have my Holland Lops anymore, but you will see my ARR's prefix on many pedigrees as I raised them for 10 years (2000-2010). I worked on developing tricolours and agoutis in particularly in chocolate and lilac varieties. I study coat colour extensively and am known internationally for this, even consulting to help write the Finnish Rabbit Association color standard. Feel free to send me emails and questions, I love figuring out puzzles and helping others understand the wonders of genetics.

 

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