How to bathe a white rabbit to be clean

White Rabbit is one of the most popular colors of rabbit fur or pet lovers because its color looks clean and not dirty most hobbyists prefer white rabbits to other colors such as black stripes or gray.

White rabbits usually have clear red eyes and light up, when exposed to light especially at night, making rabbits look fun and funny as pets.

But for rabbit breeders for color business purposes is not a problem because in addition to many buyers who like white, other color rabbits are often a choice such as brown, black white, white chocolate and others.

At present there are many types of rabbits that are preserved in Indonesia ranging from ordinary (local) rabbits to anggora rabbits, polish etc. As for size, there are various sizes such as medium size, rabbits with body postures that are not too big, small and large in size.

Although white is often an option because it seems clean, other colors can also be a choice based on the type of rabbit, for example brownish black orchids are also often an option as ornamental animals.

For those who like rabbits with bright colors (white), here’s how to clean the rabbits so that they always look clean:

Prepare warm water (not too cold or hot)
Rabbit shampoo can use shampoo for domestic cats can be purchased at a pet shop
Small towel
Medium or large bucket
Then put the rabbit in a bucket of warm water in a row while splashing water using your hands little by little
after enough of the rabbit’s body is wet enough, apply shampoo and wipe it evenly
Make sure the water does not enter the nose, ears and eyes to prevent rabbit stress
Once felt clean lift while drying with a towel, by rubbing in the direction of the growth of fur (backward)
Then continue using the hair sender (just warm)
If no dryer can use sunlight or dry it
After being bathed, rabbits usually look stressed, seem not excited, but don’t worry, within a few minutes or after the hair starts to dry out, the rabbit usually starts to reactivate.