Angora Rabbits

The Ultimate Pet Guide for Angora Rabbits. Angora Rabbit Breeding, Buying, Care, Cost, Keeping, Health, Supplies, Food, Rescue and More Included! 

This soft, fluffy cottontail which originated from Turkey is a domesticated rabbit and is bred for its soft, long wool. This specie of rabbit is one of the oldest sorts of domestic rabbit hailing from Ankara, historically known as Angora, Turkey. It shares nationality with the Angora goat and Angora cat. Angora rabbits come in a myriad of individual breeds.

Find out more about these breeds of rabbit that are one of the most sought after kinds due to their intelligent, docile, friendly characteristics. Show More

Ideal Rabbit Cage

There are many, various kinds of hutches available at pet supply stores that can house an Angora rabbit. Of all available hutches at metal enclosure effectively avoids unsanitary conditions, which can lead to health problems in the rabbit, because of its easy to clean surface.

The Angoras enclosure must be fashioned with 1-by-2-inch mesh on the sides and top and 0.5-by-1-inch mesh for the base. Planning on taking in more than one Angora rabbit? Hanging the enclosures from the ceiling rafters in single layers allows the keeper easier access and management.

Mature, adult bucks and does must have separate, individual enclosures which are at least 30 inches wide, 30 inches deep and 20 inches high. On the other hand junior does, fryers, and Angora rabbits – specifically the nonbreeding does and castrated bucks – can be housed together in small groups in one enclosure big enough to allow all ample moving space and territory.

Each enclosure must have a feed hopper as well as a watering system securely fastened on the outer part of the enclosure. Show More

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Very Informative

Even for some one like me that owns 3 rabbits already! I love that this book gives you descriptions about each angora breed. Due to this information I’ve definitely chosen the type of Angoras I will keep!

– DONALD M. WILLIAMS

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An Information read

This book gives a great deal of information about the angora rabbit and the pros and cons of raising them. It was a good help in my process of deciding what type of rabbits we will eventually raise on our hobby farm.

– James C. Schoonover

Angora Rabbits

The Ultimate Pet Guide for Angora Rabbits. Angora Rabbit Breeding, Buying, Care, Cost, Keeping, Health, Supplies, Food, Rescue and More Included! 

This soft, fluffy cottontail which originated from Turkey is a domesticated rabbit and is bred for its soft, long wool. This specie of rabbit is one of the oldest sorts of domestic rabbit hailing from Ankara, historically known as Angora, Turkey. It shares nationality with the Angora goat and Angora cat. Angora rabbits come in a myriad of individual breeds.

Find out more about these breeds of rabbit that are one of the most sought after kinds due to their intelligent, docile, friendly characteristics.

In this book, you will find useful tips, information and bits that will aid in your quest. Read on to discover what needs to be known about the Angora rabbit; its nutrition, health, breeding methods, habitat and how to generally care for this adorably, soft creature.

Angora Rabbit Breeding, Buying, Care, Cost, Keeping, Health, Supplies, Food, Rescue and More Included!

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