Without a doubt, Netherland Dwarf rabbits are the most well-liked breed of rabbit. As the name implies, they all originated from Netherlands and compared to other breeds, their size is tinier, making lots of people take an interest in them. Netherland Dwarf rabbits are mainly an outcome of a breed of wild rabbit and polish rabbit. Furthermore, you have to understand their character in order to enjoy them.  

Another reason why Netherland Dwarf rabbits are really popular with breeders is due to the fact that they are small (miniature rabbits) and have an enormous range of colors of about 36.

Generally, they are more tensed, shy and temperamental than larger bunnies, so in case you have younger kids, you might want to look for other types like Rex rabbits as Netherland Dwarf rabbits do not really like to be squeezed very hard – something that young children normally do to any pet.

Since Netherland Dwarf rabbits are smaller, cleaning and feeding is going to be less frequent. The diet must include a tiny portion of newly picked green veggies, Timothy hay-based pellets and Timothy hay. Fruits must likewise be given to Netherland Dwarf rabbits moderately for their high content of sugar.

Netherland Dwarf Rabbits Cages

A proper care for Netherland Dwarf rabbits is not complete without bunny indoor cages. When searching for your pet’s shelter, be sure to get the maximum size which your pet can obtain. The recommended size for bunny hutches is that they have to be 3-4 times bigger than your pet; however, keep in mind that there should also be a room for water and food trays inside the pen.

An easy-to-clean pen or coop is great, but do not purchase one that has metal wires below it. While such type is extremely easy to rinse, your pet’s nails are likely to get trapped to the wires that may harm them.  The best bunny cages should have a solid bottom; simply put a newspaper over it so as to make cleaning much easier for you.