*Please take note our policies are non negotiable and must be followed to complete a sale.
For Sale: A rabbit is still up for sale. Pending: Someone who has contacted us about this rabbit and waiting to see if the sale will finalize. Hold: I have received a deposit on this rabbit. Sold: Payment has been received in full and the sale has been completed. Keep: I will keep this rabbit a while longer, and may it be for sale at a later time.
Lucky Charm Lops & Sierra View Rabbitry Thank you for choosing a Lucky Charm Lops & Sierra View Rabbitry rabbit to be the newest addition in your family or breeding program! We strive in producing quality animals that represent their respective breed standard while upholding ideal & docile temperaments, while using superior bloodlines. We strive to upkeep proper management and are proud to have a happy and healthy herd and provide a good standing relationship with those who have chosen to purchase one of our rabbits.
Before your rabbit leaves our care At the time you are receiving your rabbit we do a whole body health check of the animal to guarantee you are receiving them free of any signs of ailments or injuries. We will also clip the nails to the appropriate length before they go. You will receive this sheet, a bag of transition feed to transition them to your feed, and a birth certificate.
Our Vets Please consider these vets if you are interesting in spaying or neutering your new rabbit. Most general vets do not have a lot of handling experience or knowledge in caring or treating rabbits. These two hospitals have vets who specialize in small and exotic animals who we have had a lot of success in working with them.
Southwest Animal Hospital Phone:(503) 643-2137 Address: 2425 SW Cedar Hills Blvd, Beaverton, OR 97005
Northwest exotice pet vet- Extreme cases Phone: (503) 646-6101 Address:11876 Sw Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy, Beaverton, OR 97005
Family Pet Clinic of Newberg Phone: (503) 554-5533 Address: 131 N Elliott Rd, Newberg, OR 97132
Our feed We feed Purina Rabbit Show Chow (Blue Bag) we have found it has been the best formula in keeping our rabbits GI tracts healthy, well conditioned and maintaining healthy and lively coats. With pellets we also feed Timothy hay regularly. Please refrain from feeding rabbits under the age 6 months fruits, vegetables, and other treats as it can be very hard on their GI tracts and can cause issues that will affect them throughout their adult life. For rabbits older than 6 months please limit their access to fruits, vegetables, and treats as over feeding them things with high sugar content can also affect their GI tracts and overall health as they get older as well.
Thank you from our whole team! (we also enjoy receiving updates & pictures:) Katelyn and Dianne Metzger
Sales Policy *Please take note our policies are non negotiable and must be followed to complete a sale.
Our Sales Policy All our rabbits must be at least 10 weeks of age before they are sold. The rabbits we sell will be thoroughly health checked before they are allowed to leave my rabbitry to ensure the safety of the rabbit and the new home they will be going to. I do require a 50% non refundable holding fee. We rarely have rabbitry visits for our rabbits and personal safety. If the rabbit is brought back within the first 2 weeks of ownership the buyer is subjected to being refunded half of their payment or the choice of another rabbit of equal value. If you unable to continue the care for your rabbit after the 2 week period we will take the rabbit back no questions asked. After the 2 week period unless communicated otherwise the owner will not receive a refund or replacement animal.
Rabbits sold from our rabbitry will not be spayed/neutered until at least 6-8 months of age to ensure the safety of the animal & that it is fully mature.
We will be notified if the rabbit is no longer able to be cared for and we reserve the right to find it a new home
We reserve the first right to show/brood quality animals sold if they are no longer needed in another program
I can not guarantee an animal with show prospect will win
Once a breeding animal leaves my barn I can not guarantee its breeding/productive abilities
What will come with your new rabbit - Transition Food (We Feed Purina Show Chow) - Pedigree if applicable - Care Sheet if applicable
What we are looking for in a health check We look for any signs of disease, injury, or any other alterations to the rabbit such as a disqualification or fault.
Our Pricing Show Quality: This rabbit is free of disqualifications with no or little faults. *Please note we cannot guarantee this animal to win Price: $65 and up Note: This will depend on the wins or titles the rabbit may have and the quality of the rabbit.
Brood Quality: A rabbit that is ideal qualities to produce babies and may have non genetic disqualifications or faults. May also be retired show animals. Price: $50 and up
Pet Quality: Are rabbits that can not be shown or bred because of either disqualifications, faults, color, or pattern. If the rabbit has only a little faults may be able to be shown. (Pedigree will not come with pet rabbits.) Price: $65