Dwarf Begonia Rabbit also known as Dwarf Panda Rabbit, is one of the pet rabbit breeds. The pure Dwarf Begonia rabbit is relatively rare in the domestic market and the price is relatively expensive. The feeding method of the pygmy begonia rabbit is simple, as long as it is similar to other pet rabbit breeds.
Name: Dwarf Begonia Rabbit
English Name: Dwarf Hotot
Common Name Alias: Dwarf Hotat, Dwarf Panda Rabbit Aliases: Jersey Power Rabbit World: Animal World Gate: Chord Animals Class: Mammal Programs: Lagomorpha Family: Rabbit Family : Rabbit genus: Jersey long-haired rabbit Country of origin: German habits: lively, alert, curious, easy to get along with, and is a very cute breed.
Body size: Weight: less than 1.36kg.
Reproduction Method: Viviparous.
Feeding habits: herbivorous. Certification Association: American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA).
Dwarf Begonia Rabbits are relatively small and belong to small pet rabbit breeds. They are more popular among pet rabbit breeds. Dwarf Begonia Rabbits have upright ears and white snow, and only the hair around the eyes is black.
Very cute and cute. Dwarf begonia rabbits can be divided into two types. One is pure white body color with black eyeliner on the eye area; the other has black eyeliner, but there are some spots on the snowy body.
Dwarf Begonia rabbits are petite, with rounded shoulders to hips, large heads and short ears (ideal length about 6cm), dark brown eyes, white body, also pure white and only the hair around the eyes is black The ears are not longer than 7cm.
The body weight is less than 1.36kg. Because of its small size, it is enough to keep it in a small space. If you want to keep it indoors, you should pay special attention to the electrical wires and furniture, which may cause injuries.
Dwarf Begonia rabbits are relatively small in size and sticky in character. When feeding, be careful not to be frightened and give reasonable feeding methods, such as proper cage size, reasonable food selection, and combing hair. Just wait in time. The character and appearance of the pygmy Begonia rabbits can be said to be quite consistent. The petite are very afraid of life and are very sensitive.
It is said that the pygmy Begonia rabbits are very smart, they can understand the owner’s words, and they will also observe the owner’s actions to react. The expression is very rich and vivid, and it is a very charming and intimate rabbit species; when raising pygmy begonia rabbits, the first thing to buy is a suitable cage that can allow Xu rabbits to stand up; to have enough food, feed three times a day, such as weeds, rabbits Grain, etc. and the pineapple grains are one per day.
And every day the owner must comb the rabbit hair once to help change hair and prevent hairballs. The nails should be cut once a month to avoid the occurrence of anti-nails, and some long-haired varieties should be trimmed once every two to three months to avoid too thick hairs to be difficult to dissipate heat.
Dwarf begonia rabbits spend most of their time in rabbit cages, so a suitable rabbit cage is very necessary for pygmy begonia rabbits. So, how to choose a rabbit cage for pygmy begonia rabbits? The first is size and height. Many people think that the pygmy begonia rabbit is not big, but the relatively spacious space is definitely conducive to their physical and mental health.
It is generally believed that 40cm*60cm (inner diameter) is the minimum, no matter what breed of rabbit you have. The pygmy begonia rabbit likes to stand up, so to have the necessary height, the minimum is 45~50cm (inner diameter).
The second is the foot pad. What is the bottom of the dog cage? Dogs and cats are standing on the iron railing when they are closed, but rabbits are absolutely not allowed, no matter how big your bottom net is, whether it is a strip or a square, in a word, the rabbit’s feet should not be stepped on On the metal grid, this will cause serious skin diseases of the soles of the feet.
The edible begonia rabbit has a relatively simple eating habits, and many foods cannot be provided to it. The best food is hay, rabbit food and some fresh vegetables and fruits. Moreover, the dwarf begonia rabbit will eat its own feces, the owner should not be surprised.
Rabbits are herbivores, and their favorite foods are: carrots, sweet potatoes, cabbage, pumpkins, spinach, cucumbers, radish leaves, oranges, bananas, grapes, apples, plantains, dandelions, chickweed, tofu dregs, bread, etc. Wait. Some foods cannot be eaten in large quantities: corn, peanuts, potatoes, etc. Foods not to eat: chocolate, coffee, wine, onions, leeks, green onions, garlic, etc.
Pay special attention to the amount of water in food, otherwise it will cause rabbits to dilute or even die! Before feeding, the food should be washed, and the moisture on the surface should be dried to give to the rabbit. Do not eat cooked or frozen food.