These are pedigreed polish rabbits. They have very impressive pedigrees with their parents and grandparents having legs (the award won for best of the show when there are a large number of entries) as high as 52 legs for one rabbit. The polish breed is not a dwarf breed yet they are very small weighing 2 to 4 pounds. The father of some of these rabbits won reserved grand champion at the state fair this year. I also raise a larger breed. My other breed has litters of 7 to 10 where as this breed has 1 to 4. I have never had 4 in a litter. So you can see it is very hard to get this breed with impressive pedigrees from a breeder. I have one black and two blue for the $40.00 re-homing fee.This breed requires very little grooming and are sweet and make great pets. I have 2 does and 1 buck. They are very reasonable to feed requiring only about 1/3 cup of pellets per day. We have been raising champion show rabbits for several years so we can answer most of your questions. Look for more upcoming photos.
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