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"I own a Polish Dwarf and a Holland Lop. Their temperaments are completey different. My Dwaft took so long to bond with, she would let me hold her but she'd be really moody about it and wouldn't come near me the rest of the day. She was my first rabbit so i didn't even know what breed she was at first because i bought her from a pet store. They told me she was a Lionhead ( there is no way my rabbit's a lionhead) but anyway. I stopped trying to get her to come to me and she was happier. I just did things as i normally would and she became intreseted in everything i did. At first she wouldn't come over to me, but slowly she started inching closer and closer as i cleaned her cage and fed and watered her. Then one day my aunt's dog came into my room and started barking at her. I shooed the dog out and let annabelle out of her cage and she hopped right onto my lap and kept pushing my hand, so i started petting her head and back, and ever since she won't leave my side. she follows me around the house and sits in my lap when i'm reading or working. She even lets me clip her nails w/o flnching. My holland though was cuddly since i got him, and i love him for it he's a sweet heart. But it's nothing like the bond i have with annabelle, my bond with her seems so much stronger and i think it's because of the time it took to bond. She trusts me completly and she's so smart. She litter box trained herself and she learns quickly, with repitition. I think Polish Dwafts are a great first rabbit as long as you have enough patience to let them come to you, because in the end it's all worth it."
"emma"

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