I keep my mini rex in all wire cages. The dimensions are 2’
by 2’ by 18”. They are stackers and are easy to clean with trays. Mini rex suffer from sore hocks because their
feet are not covered in fur. If you keep them in a all wire cage you have to have something for them to stand on that is solid
flooring or softer and not wire.
For each breed dimensions vary considering their size. I know
that some Flemish are kept in dog crates because of their large weight. But smaller breeds can be kept in any size from 2
ft. by 1 ½ feet by 14 inches depending on how small the rabbit is. Also breeding does get bigger cages to raise their young
and be able to stay on the other side of the cage to keep away from the kits.
There are also different types of cages. There is the all
wire cage which has just wire and no flooring. There is also the hutch which is usually built using wire and wood. Most hutches
have a wooden room and a wire room and a wooden roof. Then there is the different doors and stuff also. Then there is the
plastic bottom cage. These cages are not the best because the rabbit can sit in their pee and poop all day if you do not change
it every time he uses it. It will prevent sore hocks though. And these cages are sometimes used for kindling does instead
of using a nest box. There is also NIC Cubes. These are plastic coated wire that pet owners use to build mansions out of.
You can make them however many levels you want and make them big or small. The pets have a great time but again these rabbits
need to be litter trained, so they don’t make a huge mess . And the floor is wire so you need to cover it. These can
not be stackers or hanging cages because the squares are large enough to fall through and is just not stable enough to have
the constant pressure.