Condition of sales/sales policy
No rabbit will be sold to children unless accompanied by an adult.
A suitable travel box will be required to pick up your pet, i will not let my babies go without one.
A £20 non refundable deposit is required to reserve your rabbit of choice, this is to ensure the rabbit you want is not sold to anyone else, if for any reason i terminate the sale then the deposit will be refunded, if you decide to cancel then the deposit will be non refundable and the rabbit will be put back up for sale, which is why it is important that you are sure you want the rabbit in the first place and can offer to meet its needs.
Balance to be paid from a wk up to 2 days before collection via courier or on collection in person.
Rabbits that are not collected within 7days of the agreed date will be put back up for sale unless arrangement have already been made with me to board them.
French lops are a giant breed so do require lots of room, minimum 6 x 2 x 2 hutch or shed with space to run outdoors, if indoors then an xl crate is great as long as they have plenty of time out. All my rabbits have litter trays although some are hit and miss with them :) so should be easy to train once you get them into their new home.
Once you collect your rabbit, you are responsible for its health and dietary needs, it is up to you to make the move as stress free as possible for your new pet, if you require any advise then i will freely give it.....all rabbits will go with a birth certificate/pedigree and enough food for changeover (changing feed needs to be done slowly as rabbits have delicate guts and changing to quick can cause bloat or them to go in G.I. Stasis)
Although every care is taken, I cannot always guarantee the sex of your chosen rabbit, mistakes can be made as rabbits genitals can and do change as they get older.
I reserve the right to hold on to any rabbit for up to 14 days after the agreed date of collection should i feel the rabbit is not fit and healthy, I'm sorry if its a birthday present for your child but the welfare of my rabbits come first.
Please make their transition into their new homes as stress free as possible as moving to a new homes is the most stressful time for them and will need time to adjust and get used to their new surroundings.
Enjoy your pet ;)