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The Polish rabbit is a dwarf breed with an unknown origin. Despite their name, they are thought to have originated in England in the late 1800s.
Polish rabbits are small, compact, round with short, full heads and large expressive eyes. They are currently recognized in six colors, including black, chocolate, broken and white. They weigh between 2 – 3.5 lbs.
The American Polish rabbit is generally calm and friendly, especially the bucks. Does tend to be territorial if not spayed. They should be fed about 1/4-1/2 cup of pellet feed every day depending on the activity level.
Polish rabbits do not do well in high temperatures, but can withstand low temperatures. The average life span of a breeding Polish rabbit is 5 to 6 years. Today, this rabbit is used as a fancy exhibition breed and pets.
Polish Rabbits For Sale In Idaho
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