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Bonreiki Lop Stud

Longstanding registered breeder of Lovable Miniature Lops & Mini Cashmere Lops in wonderful varieties of colours and patterns.

To contact me, Christine Carter 
Phone (02) 6231 5862
(for a quick response)
or click here to
 
E-mail
 

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'Belladona'
Black Mini Cashmere Lop







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'Liberty'
Opal Miniature Lop kitten







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'Geronimo'
Harlequin Mini Lop
(I don't have harlequin patten Lops anymore, as they were in the too hard basket to get the pattern and type right) 

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I hope you have an interesting time browsing around and of course you're more than welcome to come again, as my door is always open to fellow bunny buddies!


 

News Bulletin 

Clipart/NewPopup.gif    See some new baby photos and a link to my first YouTube video on Adorable Baby Lops page  

                  
* And video number 2! "Bunny going BOING A BOING" 

                
* Scroll down if you'd like to read a story in the Meat Eaters Heading about a bunny munching on a mouse! 
                    Or another story of rabbits suspected of eating birds while residing in an aviary. 
                 
                
As well as a new hairless kits experience found in a nest of Mini Lops by a NSW breeder 

 


 

 * Myxo news

 Interestingly, according to the following document 2013 – 2017 Rabbit Management Plan, ‘Myxomatosis is no longer a registered product and therefore not released by authorities’ : http://www.lhpa.org.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/462936/2013-2017-Rabbit-Management-Plan.pdf “The disease (Myxomatosis) is now endemic to the Sydney Region and persists in the field naturally. When environmental conditions are favourable and vectors are evident in high proportions outbreaks usually occur. Generally speaking, outbreaks are most common during autumn each year, however outbreaks are also known to occur during the winter months.”

While also on the subject of Myxomatosis did you know currently there's research into using rabbit specific myxo virus as a helpful treatment for feline cancer? See 'Cat health news from the Winn Feline Foundation' 

 


 * Flyscreens help protect your bunnies from Myxo! 

Our family business Alucom
(156-158 Gladstone St, Fyshwick) offers a special price for local Canberrans (much cheaper than Bunnings) - or in some cases free of charge! Find out how and where at the bottom of 
About me  page.  

 


 

  * Now available an outstanding book for responsible owners!Bookfront.jpg

 The Wonderful World of Pet Rabbits is our first and only, proudly Australian, fully comprehensive rabbit care book!

If you love your bunnies, want to understand more about their behaviour and do right by them with housing, feeding, breeding, health issues and so on – this much needed resource at hand is ideal for everyone.  

Find out what a number of readers think about it by opening
My Book page. 

I don't intend to reprint hard copies again so I'd suggest you'd best grab a copy while limited editions are still available! As an alternative option however, I plan to convert and separate chapters into a number of iBooks. Take for instance people could choose to purchase whichever topical subjects they specifically need or are interested in the most. In the meantime it's going to take a lot of my time to improve and revise all of the chapters for conversion into iBooks.

Clipart/NewPopup.gifDid you know excerpts from my book are now published in an American publication 'Rabbit nutrition and Nutritional Healing'?

During 2011 the author Lucile Moore contacted me to include my heading sections; 'Rabbit Droppings - proof of the pudding', 'The Fat Rabbit' and 'The Wonderful World of Weeds'. NutritionBook1.jpg

In the introduction Lucile said, "
I wish to welcome a new contributor to my works: Christine Carter, author of The Wonderful World of Pet Rabbits (which I highly recommend both to those who are contemplating getting a pet rabbit and those who already have one). When I first read her book on pet rabbit care I was struck by Christine's common sense approach to rabbit diet and asked if she would be willing to allow me to share it with those who may not be familiar with her work. Thank you, Christine for so generously donating several pieces for this book".

Lucile fulfilled her objectives perfectly in saying,
"In the following chapters we will explore the mysteries of rabbit diet-how the rabbit digestive system functions, what nutrients rabbits require, how much of those nutrients they need, and what foods contain them. We will also look at what problems may arise if rabbits have deficiencies of those nutrients and how they can be corrected. It is my hope that after perusing this book readers will be able to make more informed decisions regarding the feeding of their rabbits".

Lucile is also the author of A House Rabbit Primer and When your Rabbit Needs Special Care and her books are available through Amazon:
http://www.amazon.com/  


 

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Closure of Oz Rabbit Clubs & Breeder's Directory pages

Unfortunately due to the lack of response and co-operation from some clubs to keep their essential details up to date, I've had no other option but to remove the page dedicated to ‘Oz Rabbit Clubs’. It's a shame a few ruined what others appreciated - a convenient 'one stop shop' to source contact details and a handy avenue to advertise show dates etc.

So too, after offering 'Oz breeder's Directory' pages for a few years, it came to the stage of needing to undergo a massive overhaul. This would entail contacting every individual stud to find out if they’re still active or whether their listing is currently up to date – and then have to go through the tedious process of amending all of these details.

I also admit to being quite disheartened and concerned about being placed in the position of inadvertently advertising disreputable breeders. I dread the thought that via my website I’ve sent someone who might be shocked and horrified to find rabbits kept in sub standard conditions, with serious health issues and so on. Another problem is even though buyers request ‘show quality’ they unfortunately find out they’ve actually ended up with disqualifiable or ‘pet quality’ rabbits.

I know closing the directories will disappoint many breeders (especially those doing the right thing) though I hope they can understand my predicament. As an alternative service visitors can find breeder's directories in most club websites listed on this page Best Bunny Links

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