Polish rabbit rearing environment


The Polish rabbit is native to Poland and is a very common breed of pet rabbits there. Because of its surprisingly small size, it can be tricky to take care of. At the same time, the Polish rabbit is also the smallest among the purebred pet rabbits, with a body length of no more than ten centimeters, which is very small.

Polish rabbits are very popular as pet rabbits, but many businesses like to sell some ordinary rabbits as Polish rabbits. Rabbit breeds can be difficult to identify as a child, so keep your eyes open at this time. First, we need to understand what a Polish rabbit looks like, and second, learn how to buy a Polish rabbit.

Appearance characteristics of Polish rabbits

Purebred Polish rabbits weigh less than 1.6 kg. It is the smallest of the purebred rabbits. It has a round body and a short head. The ears are erect and close together. The length is only 7.6cm, and the hair is short and thick.


Buy Polish rabbit

First of all, we have to distinguish according to the characteristics of Polish rabbits. Of course, some rabbits are difficult to identify when they are young. Merchants are likely to sell bunny rabbits as adult Polish rabbits. situation to choose. Choose some qualified stores, or ask friends to help you recommend them, which can improve the accuracy of purchases.

Second, choose healthy Polish rabbits. When purchasing, check the health of the Polish rabbit and pay attention to the hygiene of the nose, nose and anus. On the basis of the same age, try to choose a larger Polish rabbit to provide a survival rate.

The size of the Polish rabbit is relatively small, which brings certain difficulties to breastfeeding. For bunnies, disease prevention is more important. Polish rabbits are relatively strong little animals. Always pay attention to the changes of the rabbit.


Points of raising Polish rabbits

Polish rabbits do best with their nails trimmed once a month on average. If they exercise enough, they can extend the time depending on the situation. The staple food of rabbits is recommended to be mainly grass, supplementary food bars, and a small amount of vegetables and fruits can also be fed, but those with too much water and too sweet taste, such as pears and grapes, should be avoided.

Can Polish rabbits take a bath?

Polish rabbits are timid and frightening animals, and there have been reports of rabbits dying from bathing. In fact, it's not that the rabbit can't take a bath, but the breeder's actions are too rude when bathing, which may scare the rabbit to death! Therefore, veterinarians recommend that rabbits be bathed only once every 1 to 2 months.

Polish rabbit disease control

Polish rabbits are prone to colds, coccidiosis (diarrhea), hairballs, ear scabies, and plantar dermatitis. Breeders should keep the breeding environment hygienic and ventilated to prevent the occurrence of diseases.


Breeding environment of Polish rabbits

Keeping Polish rabbits does not take up much space in your home. This is a small pet rabbit breed that needs more care from us. Polish rabbits are timid and are very particular about the layout of the environment. The following describes the environmental requirements of the Polish rabbit.

First of all, try not to use a cage with a net bottom in the breeding environment. It is best to put a soft pad or soft cloth at the bottom of the cage, because the hind feet of the Polish rabbit are born with a soft sensor pillow to detect the enemy's attack. Standing at the bottom of the cage for a long time will make the Polish rabbit's feet grow fleshy, and the foot shape will become splayed feet, which is not conducive to walking. In severe cases, it may resist being picked up. In addition, the Polish rabbit will choose one of the four corners of the cage as a toilet seat, and the opposite corner is a bed, as long as a soft cloth is placed on the bed, it will sleep well.

Spreading wood bran is a designated action to absorb urine and prevent the falling rabbit hair from being scattered around. Remember to change it frequently, otherwise Polish rabbits are prone to skin diseases, such as toe hair loss, calluses, etc. It's best to put wood chaff on your rabbit's toilet, and to train it to toilet, it's best to hold it in the toilet as soon as it poops, so it will know where it is "convenient" later.