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"I am currently looking into getting a Netherland Dwarf, but I am hearing mixed reviews. My bunny will be around little kids sometimes, but they are used to having to be gentle as many people in my family have recently gotten small puppies. I want a bunny, and I know it's a responsibility, but I'm not sure how much care it requires. I've also heard some disastrous stories about these bunnies' tempers. Some websites have said that they are much more aggressive and make terrible pets; while others boast about their lovable nature. I want a pet that I can play with and that can be around children at least sometimes. I wonder if anyone can help me decipher truth from reality."
"Tiffany"

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