Dwarf Rabbit

The Dwarf Rabbit is a typical pet rabbit breed. It is very small and the price of a purebred is very expensive. Some vendors pretend to be the Dwarf Rabbit for sale. The real one does not grow up. This is the biggest difference.

Morphological characteristics of Dwarf Rabbit

Like all dwarf rabbit breeds, it is a breed that never grows up. It is a very cute pet with little change in appearance, but there can be many changes in coat color. The characteristic is its small size.

The Netherlands Dwarf Rabbit is a pet rabbit, a kind of small rabbit. The Netherlandovaff rabbit has short ears, a round face, and its coat color is gray and light brown. Peter Rabbit was created based on one of the series of this breed-the rabbit called “Mini Rabbit”. Due to the small number of purebreds, the price is quite high.

It is the most miniature and super cute pet rabbit, with a round body and heavy hair. Flat nose, long forefoot, long hair on the neck, cheeks, and top of the head, with shades of pure white, wild mouse, brown, and black spots on white. The Dwarf Rabbit grows into a body length of only 30cm, weighs 1-2kg, and is very petite. It can be said to be a real “mini rabbit”. Since it has become a fixed species, it will not grow up like the “mini rabbits” sold at night markets.

Main Raising Points of Dwarf Rabbit

The food of the Dwarf Rabbit includes some pasture, some rabbit food, some vegetables, some snacks and drinking water, and the largest proportion is the pasture, so the choice of forage is very important. You can choose according to the age of the Rabbit.

Forage supply under 6 months: Dwarf Rabbit is considered to be a special feed for young rabbits. For pasture, alfalfa can be given in large quantities. Forage grass can be sold at ordinary pet shops or online (very cheap).

Dwarf Rabbit under 3 months of age are not recommended to feed fresh vegetables and fruits, because the body system of this Rabbit is not fully developed at this time, and giving too much water to the Dwarf Rabbit can easily cause diarrhea of this Rabbit. It is easy to make this Rabbit an angel rabbit early. After 3 months of age, you can start to give him more Timothy grass and sweet oats.

Food supply after 6 months: At this time, the rabbits are considered to be adult rabbits, and the feed should be changed to special feed for rabbits. Do not feed alfalfa, because alfalfa is a highly nutritious grass and is more suitable for young rabbits to supplement. Nutrition, adult rabbits eat too much of the urethral system that is prone to disease, don’t forget, remember to drink water for Dwarf Rabbit (water should be changed frequently), forage is the staple food. Feed is a non-staple food. The pasture needs to be supplied to this Rabbit in an unlimited amount, and the feed will be enough sooner or later (the pasture must be fresh).