Netherland Dwarf Rabbits For Sale Sydney
You may want to consider one of our adult rabbit re homers, we have been re homing rabbits in the area for many years. These rabbits can make a beautiful pets, as they are re homers the breed may vary, ask us in store if this is for you.
Netherland Dwarf Rabbits are the smallest pet rabbit available in Australia. Our purebred Netherland dwarf rabbits typically weigh from 500g to 1.7 kg which is a similar size to a large male guinea pig Unlike Guinea pig rabbits can be toilet trained. Due to genetic dwarfism Netherland dwarf rabbit’s have large heads in comparison to their body.
Diet for Netherland Dwarf Rabbits
Space allowance area
Space allowances should be adjusted relative to the size of the rabbit, i.e., larger rabbits require more space than smaller rabbits and Netherland dwarf rabbits are the smallest breed of domestic rabbit in Australia and the world.
Flooring should be constructed and maintained to minimize injury or distress to rabbits. Material should ideally be a solid non-absorbent board and cover no less than 0.1m2 of the total floor space (or 1/3 of the total floor area in each cage). A plastic base or equivalent that is easy to clean and disinfect sucvh as vetafarm cage cleaner is recommended. Wooden or absorbent surfaces are not as affective. Flooring should be cleaned and disinfected regularly. Any wire mesh flooring should be woven or flat (this is preferable since it is easier to clean) although this is not considered ideal flooring. Birdsville / Petsville have a big range of indoor and outdoor enclosures for bunnies
Rabbit hutch cleaner is essential as it removes the sticky acid from the bottom of the enclosure. This acid causes burns on the rabbits skin and can cause bad health of death. Rabbit hutch cleaner is always available at Birdsville \ Petsille
Bedding should be clean and dry. Recommended bedding materials include cat litter, saw dust or straw. A hay tray should be provided containing good quality hay that is changed daily. Does require a nesting area or nest box. Suitable nesting materials include hay, straw, untreated wood shavings and shredded paper as well.