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Website last updated:    4 / 10 / 2017


Welcome to Easy Ears!

My rabbits are handled daily, and loved greatly!


 Located in Tri-cities Washington, I breed and raise Netherland Dwarfs, Dutch, and Holland lop rabbits. At this time I will only ever have a max of 5 adult rabbits permanently at my rabbitry, which are my Dutch pair, Holland pair, and my Netherland Dwarf doe. (Check out my "About" page for more information on my rabbits) Since my rabbitry is so small, the adults and kits I have are handled daily, which makes them very tame, and awesome pets!


My rabbits live in off the ground hutches, that are in the shade all year round, and protected from winter weather with clear plastic tarps that let in light, but keep out the cold.

During warmer months the tarps are removed for better circulation and the rabbits are often let out to play on the grass in tractor cages or under supervision in a pen. Occasionally, they get to run free in our spacious, fenced in yard, but are carefully watched the entire time.


My adult rabbits are supplied with an unlimited amount of fresh timothy hay, and a half cup of pellets daily, along with occasional store bought and home grown treats as well as fresh dandelions from my yard; which is pesticide and fertilizer free and has been for over 8 years now. My kits also get pellets and timothy hay as soon as they are old enough to eat it.


All my rabbits have spacious living quarters to themselves. Included in the hutches are the bunnies own hay box, water bottle or dish, feeders, wooden toys and apple branches to chew on. The hutches and bunnies are checked on and kept clean every day --twice daily-- morning and evening. I give my rabbits bodily check-ups regularly, and trim their nails, and clean their scent glands when needed --usually once a month.


I have around 3 litters a year from each doe, giving them plenty of rest between litters as not to cause them stress. Kits born in hot or cold weather are promptly brought inside to keep them healthy and safe.

When the babies are about 4 weeks old, I teach them how to drink water from a water bottle, by gently pushing their mouths up against the nozzle, it only takes just this one time, and by 6 weeks they're pros! When the babies are 6-7 weeks old, I will start the weaning process. And then—at 8 weeks—they are available to go to awesome people like you! 


All my kits are pedigree and will come with their papers once adopted.




I would be glad to hear any comments or answer any questions you have! E-mail me at





* 10% of all profits go to charity.