The American Polish Rabbit Club is dedicated to the
promotion, development, and improvement of the
Polish Rabbit Breed.
Welcome to the American Polish Rabbit Club or APRC website. Here you will find information on the "Little Aristocrat" as this regal little rabbit breed is known.
The Polish is one of the smaller domestic rabbit breeds, having a maximum weight allowance of 3 ½ lbs. and an ideal weight of 2 ½ lbs. They are popular rabbits for show and exhibition. Polish first made their way to the United States around 1912. Breeders have come a long way since then, in improving the type of the original imported animals. Large, bold, expressive eyes are a distinctive feature of the breed.
There are 6 different varieties accepted in Polish today: Ruby-eyed White, Blue-eyed White, Black, Blue, Chocolate, and Broken Pattern. Breeders have an excellent opportunity to try his or her breeding skills
to come up with the right rabbit to win BEST of BREED.
The APRC boasts members across the USA and Canada. APRC members have the privilage of competing in the annual sweepstakes contest which measures to a degree, the success of members exhibiting at local, state, and national all breed and Polish specialty shows. The APRC publishes a quarterly newsletter - The Little Aristocrat. Publication/submission dates are available for those interested in contributing articles or reports of benefit to the membership.
Looking for a breeder near you? Please feel free to access our Members Directory, a listing that includes name, rabbitry name, city, state, e-mail, and website link, if applicable, is available free to all APRC members.
We hope this website answers most of your questions, but our APRC Officers & Directors are available to answer any questions you may have.
Lilac Polish - proposed new variety.