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The ideal weight of our Rabbit

The ideal weight of our Rabbit

The ideal weight of our rabbit

We all know that to enjoy formidable health we have to take our weight into account. Excess or insufficiency of it can cause us important problems in our health. The key to reaching and maintaining a healthy weight is to exercise regularly and have a good eating habits.

This same thing happens in the case of rabbits. The rabbit that is overweight or, on the contrary, is excessively thin, may be a rabbit that is in a situation of danger. That is why, to ensure that they enjoy iron health, we must give great importance to the weight of our little one.

Your adult weight

First of all, it is necessary to make a small note. Not all rabbits have to weigh the same. Their weight will always vary depending on their race. So, depending on the breed of our pet, we will know what weight it should reach in its adulthood.

dwarf rabbit

They are rabbits that as adults will not exceed 1,7 kg.

MINI DWARF RABBIT

Its weight in adulthood will be 1,2 Kg – 1,5 Kg.

TOY RABBIT

Its weight in adulthood will reach 1 kg - 1,3 kg.

super toy rabbit

Its weight in adulthood will be between 800 gr - 1,1 kg.

TEDDY DWARF RABBIT

Its weight in adulthood will be between 1,2 Kg - 1,5 Kg.

BELIER RABBIT

Its weight in adulthood will be about 1,75 Kg - 2,25 Kg.

ANGORA RABBIT

Their weight in adulthood will be between 1,75 Kg – 2,0 Kg.

BELIER-ANGORA RABBIT

Their weight in adulthood will be between 1,75 Kg – 2,25 Kg.

REX RABBIT

Its weight in adulthood will be 1,4 Kg – 1,7 Kg.

How to know if you are at your ideal weight

We leave you the following table so that you can check what state your little one is in and, depending on it, what are the measures that you must take.

What to do if you are not at a healthy weight?

Apart from exercise "click here" to exercise their muscles we must control the amounts of food per day. To serve as a reference, here are some recommended servings of feed according to the weight of our rabbit:

  • Rabbits of less than 500 gr. 30 gr. of feed per day
  • Rabbits of 500 gr. to 1000 gr. 60 gr. of feed per day
  • Rabbits of 1000 gr. to 1500 gr. 100 gr. of feed per day
  • Rabbits of 1500 gr. to 2000 gr. 120 gr. of feed per day
  • Rabbits of more than 2000 gr. 150 gr. of feed per day

If your rabbit is at one of the extremes, that is, if it is obese or excessively thin, we recommend a visit to your vet. In this way, he will determine the causes of this obesity or thinness and the treatment to follow.

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