Angora Rabbit – The complete guide and care tips

Angora rabbit breed guide

Angora Rabbit Breed History

The angora rabbit is perhaps one of the oldest and most sought after rabbit breeds in the world. These rabbits are said to have descended from Ankara, the capital of modern day Turkey. At the time, the area was known as Ancyra and Angora, hence the breed name. These rabbits were imported to France way back in 1723.

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Rex Rabbit-Breed guide and care tips

Rex Rabbit - care guide

Rex is a medium-sized rabbit that is suited to all types of pet owners because of its calm and playful demeanor. It is also very intelligent and docile. But, what makes it stand out from the rest is it velvet like fur.

Its fur is short and soft that points outwards, making for a lush touch. It is very friendly to handlers and pet owners. Rex falls under the commercial category due to its large size. It is a common breed available at most commercial breeders.

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Caring for A Pet Rabbit – A Complete Guide

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Caring for your pet rabbit – What you need to know for a happy bunny

You’re thinking of getting a rabbit, and what’s not to like? It’s not just down to that cute, twitchy nose. Intelligent and sociable, they are beautiful animals and make wonderful additions to your family. However, there are a few important things to consider before bringing your pet rabbit home. Check out this ultimate guide for how to care for a rabbit!

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Can Rabbits Swim ? And how to keep them cool in summer

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Can Rabbits Swim ?

The short answer to this question is ‘yes, rabbits can swim, but they would rather not’. This article will help explain what we mean.

Although bunnies can survive in the water for a short while, they find it a stressful experience. So, we should avoid putting our rabbits in water.

On a hot summer’s day, you may have been tempted to put your bunny in the paddling pool. Perhaps with the good intention of cooling him down. However, although bunnies will stay afloat, they will paddle frantically and expend large amounts of energy. This is not really swimming. More surviving. No bunny has ever got in the water just for enjoyment, even on the hottest day.

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