[QUOTE=binkyCodie;6909887]I just wanted to point out when somebody mentioned about teeth, when Snoopy had his i spoke with my vet, and she said over the years more and more rabbits have had dental issues. and that's because of humans creating these "show standards" that create a more "cute" bunny. for this reason heads are built smaller and rounder all the time, and then back teeth do not line up, or grind correctly. this means that spurs happen more often as they're not grinded correctly. and i believe that elongated roots are also more common in dwarf bunnies due to the smaller and rounder heads, so less space for everything.
for this reason, lion heads, lops and dwarf breeds are much more prone to dentals due to their cute round head.'
Two out of four of my lions have had dental issues and with one they started very early, age about two. The other two have been fine. My current lionhead has the tiniest little head and jaw but is six now and hasn't had any trouble with teeth (or anything else, touch wood).