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Rabbits are small cute furry critters found in several parts of the world. There are eight different groups within the rabbit family, including the European rabbit, cottontail rabbits, and the Amami rabbit (an endangered species in Japan). The only rabbit to be widely domesticated is the European rabbit, which has been extensively bred for food and as pets. Rabbits were first widely kept in ancient Rome and they were refined into a wide variety of breeds during and since the middle Ages.

Domesticated rabbits have mostly been bred to be much larger than wild rabbits, although selective breeding has produced rabbits in a wide range of sizes from dwarf to giant.

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Breeds of Rabbits

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About Alaska RabbitsAlaska


Alaska rabbit have short, lustrous dense fur. They are always black. Their body is thickset and well rounded, weighing 7-9 lb. They can be kept indoors or outside, but they are known to be destructive chewers. A diet with plenty of leafy greens help their coats stay healthy and vibrant.

Alaska rabbits were initially bred from Champagne d’Argent, Dutch, Havana, and Himalayan rabbits as a substitute for the pelts of the Alaska fox in the early 1900’s. The silver/black fur of the fox was never achieved, but the thick, short, shiny coat of this new breed of rabbit caught on and they were a popular choice to raise for their fur and as pets. In the 1980’s Black Havana rabbits were hugely popular and Alaska rabbits were dropped ...

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About Altex RabbitsAltex


Altex rabbits are a relatively new breed of rabbit that was developed in the United States. It is a cross between the Alaskan and the Texel breeds. The Altex is a medium to large-sized rabbit, with a well-proportioned and muscular body. They have a thick, luxurious, and soft wool coat that requires regular grooming. The coat comes in a variety of colors, including white, black, gray, and brown. Altex rabbits have a docile and friendly personality, making them good pets for families and children. They are also hardy and adaptable, making them suitable for both indoor and outdoor living. They are also known to be good producers of wool and meat.

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About American Blue RabbitsAmerican Blue


American Blue rabbits are known for their striking blue-gray fur. They are a medium-sized rabbit, with adults typically weighing between 8 and 12 pounds. The fur is thick and dense, and the breed has a compact body shape with well-rounded hips and shoulders. American Blues have a calm and docile personality, making them a popular choice for both show and pet rabbits. They are also known for their hardiness and ability to adapt well to different living conditions.

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About American Fuzzy Lop RabbitsAmerican Fuzzy Lop


American Fuzzy Lop Rabbits are raised for wool. Their wool is similar to Angora Rabbits although it is shorter than an Angoras wool. American Fuzzy Lop Rabbits are a combination of French Angora and Holland Lop Rabbits.

Patty Greene-Karl is credited with realizing that the fuzzy gene was recessive, mating two Holland Lops carrying this gene resulted in a certain percentage of the offspring (theoretically 25%) with fuzzy wool. Patty decided to develop these rabbits as a new breed, named the American Fuzzy Lop.

American Fuzzy Lop Rabbits weigh 3-4 lbs. as an adult with a preferred weight of bucks at 3.5 lbs. and does at 3.75 lbs. They have a very compact body, which appears very muscular. Their ears do not stand s ...

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About American Sable RabbitsAmerican Sable


American Sable rabbits are a medium-sized breed with a distinctive sable (brownish-gray) colored coat. They have a well-rounded, compact body and a full, thick coat. They are known for their friendly and docile temperament and make great pets. They are also commonly used for show and breeding. American Sable rabbits have a weight between 6-9 pounds and are considered a medium size breed. They are a hardy breed and can be kept indoors or outdoors.

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About American White RabbitsAmerican White


American White rabbits are known for their pure white fur and large size. They are typically raised for their meat and fur, and are considered to be a good choice for commercial production due to their fast growth rate and high feed conversion efficiency. They are also known to be hardy and disease-resistant. American White rabbits have a calm and docile temperament, and make great pets. They are also known to be friendly and good with children. Their average weight is around 10-12 lbs.

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About Angora RabbitsAngora


Angora rabbits are one of the oldest domesticated breeds of rabbit and are highly treasured for their fiber. The origin of the Angora rabbit is unknown; one theory is that Angora rabbits originated from the Turkish province of Ankara, hence the name Angora.

There are six breeds of rabbits with angora wool: English Angora, French Angora, Satin Angora, Giant Angora, American Fuzzy Lop, and Jersey Wooly. The Giant Angora is the largest breed of Angora rabbits; typically the bucks weigh 9.5 pounds at maturity, and the does are 10 pounds and up. The Jersey Wooly is the smallest of the Angora breeds and generally weighs less than 3.5 pounds.

Satin Angoras combines two fur types. No other rabbit breed combines the translucen ...

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About Argente Bleu RabbitsArgente Bleu


Argente Bleu rabbits are known for their distinctive blue-gray fur and white underbelly. They are a medium-sized breed, with a weight range of around 6-8 lbs. They are known to be friendly and active, and make great pets. They are also known to be hardy and disease-resistant. They are not considered to be a commercial breed but can be used for meat and fur. They have a calm and docile temperament, and are known to be good with children. They have a short, dense fur that requires regular grooming to keep it in good condition.

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About Argente Brun RabbitsArgente Brun


Argente Brun Rabbits are one of the oldest French rabbit breeds. They were developed in the mid to late-19th century. They are known for their attractive coats. They have a soft, short brown coat that doesn’t need much maintenance.

They are a relatively large-sized breed of rabbit, weighing anywhere between 8- 10.5 lbs once fully grown. They have a semi-arch/mandolin body shape with well-developed hind quarters, straight front legs, a broad head, and medium-sized ears that stand vertically on their heads.

During the 1920s and 1930s, Argente Brun rabbits were exported to Canada from France, Germany, and England. Ed White from Canada was one of those recipients of the Argente rabbit, and sold some to Charmaine Wardrop of ...

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About Argente Clair RabbitsArgente Clair


Argenté rabbits are a popular breed and are one of the oldest domestic rabbit breeds in the world. The origins of the Argenté rabbit breed go back to the 17th century, but the rabbits only became popular from the early 20th century onward. Argenté Clair rabbits are recognized as a rare variety of Argente rabbit. In Germany, they are referred to as the Light Groot Silver rabbit.

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About Argente Creme RabbitsArgente Creme


Argenté Crème rabbits were imported into the United Kingdom starting in 1919. The rabbit is similar but not the same as the ARBA-recognized Crème d’Argent rabbit.

One of the earliest mentions of the rabbit goes back to 1877 when the Argenté Crème rabbit was exhibited at the Jardin d’Acclimatation exhibit near Paris. The rabbit quickly became popular, mostly for its fur.

Argenté Crème rabbits are recognized by the BRC. It is one of the smallest rabbits in the Argenté rabbit breed.

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About Argente de Champagne RabbitsArgente de Champagne


Argente de Champagne rabbits are known for their silver-gray fur with a hint of champagne color. They are a medium-sized breed, with a weight range of around 6-8 lbs. They are known to be friendly and active, and make great pets. They are also known to be hardy and disease-resistant. They are not considered to be a commercial breed but can be used for meat and fur. They have a calm and docile temperament, and are known to be good with children. They have a short, dense fur that requires regular grooming to keep it in good condition.

It is a recognized breed by the French Rabbit breeders association (F.F.E) and it''s a rare breed.

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About Argente Noir RabbitsArgente Noir


Argenté rabbits are a popular breed and are one of the oldest domestic rabbit breeds in the world. The origins of the Argenté rabbit breed go back to the 17th century, but the rabbits only became popular from the early 20th century onward.

Argenté Noir rabbits weigh a maximum of 6 pounds. Their undercoat is a dark slate blue color, while the topcoat is a grayish-white. Their eyes are dark brown. From a distance, the rabbit has a silvery shine.

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About Argente St Hubert RabbitsArgente St Hubert


Argente St. Huberts are a heavily silvered black agouti-based rabbit. Parting the hairs on their silvered pelt reveals grey near their skin, also a rich orange or rufous ring and black tips on those hair shafts that have not lost their pigment. Their lineage included the genes of wild European rabbits with Champagnes, Belgian hares, and common French farm rabbits.

They were established in France in the 1880''s. However, at one point they were almost extinct in France, but they were brought by using Champagnes and Belgian Hares.

Argente St. Huberts weigh around 2.72 kg (6lb).


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About Baladi RabbitsBaladi


Baladi rabbits are native to the Middle East, specifically the region of Balad in Iraq. They are known for their hardiness and ability to adapt to harsh environments. They are a medium-sized breed, with a weight range of around 6-8 lbs. They have a short, dense fur that can come in a variety of colors such as black, white, brown or gray. They are not considered to be a commercial breed but can be used for meat and fur.

They are known for their hardiness and ability to adapt to harsh environments. They are also known for their docile and friendly nature and make great pets. However, due to their origin and rarity, the Baladi rabbit may not be as well-known or widely available as other breeds.

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About Bauscat RabbitsBauscat


Bauscat rabbits are an Egyptian breed bred to cope with the Egyptian climate. It is a medium-sized breed intended for meat production.

They have well-rounded hips with well-filled loin. Their ribs are carried forward to combine with shoulders that balance with the rest of the body. The shoulders blend smoothly into their midsection, and the midsection smoothly extends into the hindquarters. The body is of medium length with good depth. The top body line rises in a gradual curve from the base of ears to the center of the hips and then falls in a smooth curve downward to the base of the tail. The sides taper slightly from hindquarters towards shoulders. Their back is markedly convex ventrally without being pot-bellied. Their skin i ...

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About Beige RabbitsBeige


Beige rabbits are a rare breed of rabbit. They have light-sandy-color-silky fur right down to their skin, with some slate-blue ticking and shading across the body.

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About Belgian Hare RabbitsBelgian Hare


Belgian Hares are a breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its long and slender body, and its resemblance to the wild European hare. They are a medium-sized breed, with a weight range of around 6-8 lbs. They have a long, slender body, with long legs and large ears, which are held erect. They have a short, dense fur that can come in a variety of colors such as agouti (mixed gray, black and brown), black, blue, chocolate, lilac and sable.

Belgian Hares are known for their active and energetic nature, and make great pets for people who enjoy watching their rabbits run and play. They are also known for their intelligence and trainability. They are not considered to be a commercial breed but can be used for meat and fur. They have ...

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About Beveren RabbitsBeveren


Beveren rabbits are known for their long and thick fur, and its distinctive blue-gray color. They are a medium-sized breed, with a weight range of around 6-8 lbs. They have thick and long fur that can come in a variety of colors such as blue, black, blue-black, blue-gray, and white. They are known for their friendly and docile nature, making them great pets. They are also known to be hardy and disease-resistant. They are not considered to be a commercial breed but can be used for meat and fur. They have a calm and docile temperament, and are known to be good with children. They have a thick and long fur that requires regular grooming to keep it in good condition.

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About Blanc de Bouscat RabbitsBlanc de Bouscat


Blanc De Blouscat rabbits are a large French breed of pet rabbit. They were bred in 1906 by Mr. and Mrs. Dulon. Their goal was to create a large, white rabbit by combining a few different rabbits, including the Flemish Giant, Champagne d’Argent, and French Angora. They were intended for meat and fur production. However, today, they are mostly raised as pets.

They are smarter than most rabbit breeds. They can be trained to use the litter box and do tricks. Most are fast learners and eager-to-please, so they’ll respond whenever you ask them to do something.

They weigh at least 13 pounds and their bodies are also muscular and strong. Their long ears are very thick and are always held upright.

They have a dens ...

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About Blanc de Hotot RabbitsBlanc de Hotot


Blanc de Hotot rabbits are known for their distinctive white fur with black markings around the eyes, giving the breed its "eyeliner" appearance. They are a small to medium-sized breed, with a weight range of around 3-5 lbs. They have a short, dense fur that is white in color with black markings around the eyes.

Blanc de Hotot rabbits are known for their friendly and docile nature, making them great pets. They are also known to be hardy and disease-resistant. They are not considered to be a commercial breed but can be used for meat and fur. They have a calm and docile temperament, and are known to be good with children. They have a short, dense fur that requires regular grooming to keep it in good condition. They are considered a ...

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About Blanc de Popielno RabbitsBlanc de Popielno


Blanc de Popielno rabbits are huge white (albino) rabbits with an average weight of 4 to 5 kilograms. They are also known as Popielno White rabbits.

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About Blanc de Termonde RabbitsBlanc de Termonde


Blanc de Termonde rabbits are large easy-going albino rabbits. They are bred as meat rabbits, but they also make excellent pets. These snow-white bunnies are laidback and easy to handle.

They are a very rare breed from Belgium where they were developed by crossing the Flemish Giant and Beveren rabbits.

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About Blue of Ham RabbitsBlue of Ham


The Blue of Ham, also known as the Blue of Hem or Bleu de Ham, is a rare breed of domestic rabbit that originated in the Belgian village of Ham-sur-Heure.

Originally, they were developed as a meat and fur breed in 1897 by Ulysses Horemans (who introduced the breed to St. Petersburg in 1902). The once-popular Blue of Ham breed became rare following World War II. In 1967, a breeder named Delbusaye recreated the Blue of Ham using the Vienna, Blue of Sint-Niklaas, and the Flemish Giant rabbit breeds. Three years later, a standard for the new Blue of Ham was established, and in 1977 the breed was accepted again for exhibition. Today, the Blue of Ham is considered very rare.

They have a long, dense, silky and lustrous coat ...

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About Blue of Sint-Niklaas RabbitsBlue of Sint-Niklaas


Blue of Sint-Niklaas rabbits (or Sint-Niklase Blauwe in Dutch) is a Flemish rabbit breed that has been bred since the 19th century near the city of Sint-Niklaas. It is one of the oldest fur-rabbit breeds in the world. The Van Beveren, also bred for its fur, is related, and has been bred in the same region of Flanders, the Waasland.

Internationally, only blue varieties are accepted by the standard, unlike the Van Beverens, where other varieties are accepted. The Blue of Sint-Niklaas is much heavier, up to 12 lb (5.4 kg), indicating resemblance to the Flemish Giant.

After the decrease of pelt-selling and fur industries in the region (and the world) the breed became almost extinct, as it was not popular as a pet or for m ...

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About Bourbonnais Grey RabbitsBourbonnais Grey


Bourbonnais Grey rabbits are a rare breed originally from France. It is a medium, exclusively slate-blue breed reaching around 4–5 kg (11 lb).

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About Brazilian RabbitsBrazilian


Brazilian rabbits are a medium-sized breed that is known for its distinctive black and white coloring and its full, fluffy tail. They are a medium-sized breed, with a weight range of around 6-8 lbs. They have a short, dense fur that is black and white in color.

Brazilian rabbits are known for their friendly and docile nature, making them great pets. They are also known to be hardy and disease-resistant. They are not considered to be a commercial breed but can be used for meat and fur. They have a calm and docile temperament, and are known to be good with children. They have a short, dense fur that requires regular grooming to keep it in good condition. They are considered a rare breed.

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About Britannia Petite RabbitsBritannia Petite


Britannia Petite rabbits are known for their small size and their distinctive coloring. They are a small breed, with a weight range of around 1-2 lbs. They have a short, dense fur that can come in a variety of colors such as black, blue, chocolate, lilac, and sable.

Britannia Petites are known for their friendly and docile nature, making them great pets. They are also known to be hardy and disease-resistant. They are not considered to be a commercial breed but can be used for meat and fur. They have a calm and docile temperament, and are known to be good with children. They have a short, dense fur that requires regular grooming to keep it in good condition. They are considered a rare breed.

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About British Giant RabbitsBritish Giant


British Giant rabbits are known for their large size and their distinctive coloring. They are a large breed, with a weight range of around 14-20 lbs. They have a short, dense fur that can come in a variety of colors such as black, blue, chocolate, lilac, and sable.

British Giants are known for their friendly and docile nature, making them great pets. They are also known to be hardy and disease-resistant. They are not considered to be a commercial breed but can be used for meat and fur. They have a calm and docile temperament, and are known to be good with children. They have a short, dense fur that requires regular grooming to keep it in good condition. They are considered a rare breed. British Giant rabbits are known for their l ...

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About Brown Chestnut of Lorraine RabbitsBrown Chestnut of Lorraine


The Brown Chestnut of Lorraine is a breed of domestic rabbit that is native to the Lorraine region of France. They are a medium to large sized rabbit, with a distinctive chestnut brown color and white markings on their face, belly and feet. They have a distinctive fur, which is thick and soft, and their ears are large and erect. These rabbits are known for their good meat quality and docile nature, making them a popular choice for meat production. They are also known for their hardiness, which makes them well suited to outdoor production systems. They are considered to be a good choice for small-scale and hobby farmers, as they are easy to handle and have a good reproductive rate. They are also known to be good pets as they are friendly and ...

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About Caldes RabbitsCaldes


Caldes rabbits are Spanish red-eyed-white meat rabbits that are well acclimated to Spain’s hot climate. They are a terminal sire used to cross breed with other rabbits for meat. They are primarily found in albino.

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About Californian RabbitsCalifornian


Californian rabbits are known for their distinctive white fur and their large size. They are a large breed, with a weight range of around 8-12 lbs. They have a short, dense fur that is white in color.

Californian rabbits are known for their friendly and docile nature, making them great pets. They are also known to be hardy and disease-resistant. They are also raised for meat production. They have a calm and docile temperament, and are known to be good with children. They have a short, dense fur that requires regular grooming to keep it in good condition. They are considered a popular breed.

Californian rabbits have a pure white, thick and soft fur and a large size, they are a popular breed for meat production as well a ...

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About Carmagnola Grey RabbitsCarmagnola Grey


Carmagnola Gray rabbits are medium sized with soft thick gray fur from Carmagnola. Carmagnola is a commune (municipality) in the Metropolitan City of Turin in the Italian region of Piedmont, located south of Turin. Carmagnola Gray rabbits are prominently raised for meat.

Carmagnola Grey rabbits were the only widespread Piedmontese native rabbit of France until the 1950s. Then due to the difficulty in breeding them in cages they gradually disappeared. Recently, thanks to a genetic recovery from the University of Turin, grey rabbits have returned to the territory of Carmagnola and have repopulated the countryside.

The ideal environment to raise these delicate rabbits is a fenced area with lawn and a small ...

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About Cashmere Lop RabbitsCashmere Lop


Cashmere Lops are a breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its long, soft fur, and its distinctive "lop" ears. They are a medium-sized breed, with a weight range of around 4-6 lbs. They have a long, soft fur that can come in a variety of colors such as black, blue, chocolate, lilac, and sable.

Cashmere Lops are known for their friendly and docile nature, making them great pets. They are also known to be hardy and disease-resistant. They are not considered to be a commercial breed but can be used for meat and fur. They have a calm and docile temperament, and are known to be good with children. They have a long, soft fur that requires regular grooming to keep it in good condition. They are considered a popular breed.
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About Chaudry RabbitsChaudry


Chaudry rabbits are known for their unique color pattern. The breed has a white base coat with large, evenly distributed black spots. The breed was developed in France and is relatively rare, but it is prized for its distinctive appearance. The breed is a medium-sized rabbit, typically weighing between 5-7 pounds, with a compact and well-proportioned body. The Chaudry rabbit is a good choice for people who are looking for a unique, visually striking pet rabbit.

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About Checkered Giant RabbitsCheckered Giant


Checkered Giant rabbits are known for their distinctive black and white color pattern. The breed has a white base coat with large black spots or "checks" distributed evenly over its body. The breed is characterized by its size, typically weighing between 9-12 pounds or more. They have a well-proportioned and muscular body, with long, strong legs and large ears. They are known for being docile, friendly and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament, making them a good choice for families with children. Checkered Giants are also good for showing and as a meat breed. They are also known to have a good lifespan.

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About Chinchilla (American) RabbitsChinchilla (American)


The American Chinchilla rabbit are medium-sized rabbits with a distinctive chinchilla-like fur, which is thick and soft, and a color of a blue-gray. Their ears are large and erect. They are considered a fancy breed and were developed for their fur and meat. They have a good meat quality and docile nature, making them a popular choice for meat production.

They are also known for their hardiness, which makes them well suited to outdoor production systems. They are considered to be a good choice for small-scale and hobby farmers, as they are easy to handle and have a good reproductive rate. They are also known to be good pets as they are friendly and affectionate. American Chinchilla rabbits are considered a heritage breed, and the ...

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About Chinchilla (Giant) RabbitsChinchilla (Giant)


The Giant Chinchilla Rabbit (or Giganta Chinchilla) was developed by Mr. Edward H. Stahl who crossed New Zealand White does, Standard Chinchilla bucks, and American Blue rabbits.

Unsurprisingly, they are large-sized rabbits, which can weigh up to 15 pounds. They have a distinctive chinchilla-like fur, which is thick and soft, and a color of a blue-gray. They are the only rabbit of the Chinchilla family with a flyback coat. Their ears are large and erect. They are considered a fancy breed and were developed for their fur and meat. They have a good meat quality and docile nature, making them a popular choice for meat production. They are also known for their hardiness, which makes them well suited to outdoor production systems. ...

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About Chinchilla (Standard) RabbitsChinchilla (Standard)


The Standard Chinchilla rabbit is a breed of domestic rabbit that originated in the United States. They are medium-sized rabbits with a distinctive chinchilla-like fur, which is thick and soft, and a color of a blue-gray. Their ears are large and erect. They are considered a fancy breed and were developed for their fur and meat. They have a good meat quality and docile nature, making them a popular choice for meat production. They are also known for their hardiness, which makes them well suited to outdoor production systems.

They are considered to be a good choice for small-scale and hobby farmers, as they are easy to handle and have a good reproductive rate. They are also known to be good pets as they are friendly and affection ...

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About Cinnamon RabbitsCinnamon


Cinnamon rabbits are known for their unique reddish-brown coat color, which is similar to the color of cinnamon spice. The breed has a dense, soft coat that is also somewhat longer than that of most other rabbit breeds. The Cinnamon rabbit is a medium-sized breed, typically weighing between 5-7 pounds, with a compact and well-proportioned body. They have a friendly and sociable temperament, and can make great pets for families or individuals. They are also known to be easy to handle and groom. Cinnamon rabbits are relatively rare, but they are prized for their unique coat color and friendly personalities. They are a good choice for people who are looking for a unique and eye-catching pet rabbit.

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About Continental Giant RabbitsContinental Giant


Continental Giant rabbits are a large breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its size and distinctive color pattern. They are considered one of the largest breeds, typically weighing between 11-20 pounds or more. They have a well-proportioned, large and muscular body, with long, strong legs and large ears. They come in a variety of colors, including white, black, gray, agouti, and more. They are known for being docile, friendly, and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament and make great pets for families with children. They are also good for showing and as a meat breed. They are also known to have a good lifespan. They require regular grooming to maintain their thick and dense coat.

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About Criollo RabbitsCriollo


Criollo rabbits are a breed of domestic rabbit that is native to Argentina. They are known for their hardy nature and ability to thrive in a variety of environments. The breed is medium-sized, typically weighing between 5-7 pounds, with a compact and well-proportioned body. They come in a variety of colors, including white, black, brown, gray, and more. They have a dense and thick coat that requires regular grooming to maintain.

Criollo rabbits are known to be hardy and adaptable, making them well-suited for outdoor living. They are also known for their high fertility and fast growth rate, making them a good choice for meat production. They have a docile and friendly temperament, making them suitable for families with children. T ...

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About Cuban Brown RabbitsCuban Brown


Cuban Brown rabbits are known for their unique brown color. The breed has a rich, dark brown coat that is dense and soft to the touch. The Cuban Brown rabbit is a medium-sized breed, typically weighing between 4-6 pounds, with a compact and well-proportioned body. They have a friendly and sociable temperament, and can make great pets for families or individuals. They are also known to be easy to handle and groom. The Cuban Brown rabbit is relatively rare, but they are prized for their unique coat color and friendly personalities. They are a good choice for people who are looking for a unique and visually striking pet rabbit.

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About Czech Albin RabbitsCzech Albin


Czech Albin rabbits are known for their unique white color and distinctive black eyes. It''s a small to medium-sized breed, typically weighing between 2-4 pounds. They have a compact and well-proportioned body, with a dense and soft coat. They are known for being docile, friendly, and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament and make great pets for families or individuals. They are also good for showing, though they are relatively rare. They are known for their high fertility and fast growth rate, making them a good choice for meat production. They have a good lifespan, and require regular grooming to maintain their coat.

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About Czech Red rabbit RabbitsCzech Red rabbit


Czech Red rabbits are a breed of domestic rabbit that are known for their unique red color. It''s a small to medium-sized breed, typically weighing between 2-4 pounds. They have a compact and well-proportioned body, with a dense and soft coat. They are known for being docile, friendly, and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament and make great pets for families or individuals. They are also good for showing, though they are relatively rare. They are known for their high fertility and fast growth rate, making them a good choice for meat production. They have a good lifespan, and require regular grooming to maintain their coat. They are also known for their hardiness and adaptability, making them well-suited for outdoor living.

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About Czech Spot RabbitsCzech Spot


Czech Spot rabbit is a breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its unique black and white color pattern. The breed has a white base coat with small, evenly distributed black spots. They have a small to medium-sized body, typically weighing between 2-4 pounds, with a compact and well-proportioned body. They are known for being docile, friendly, and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament and make great pets for families or individuals. They are also good for showing, though they are relatively rare. They are known for their high fertility and fast growth rate, making them a good choice for meat production. They have a good lifespan, and require regular grooming to maintain their coat. They are also known for their hardiness and adapt ...

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About Deilenaar RabbitsDeilenaar


Deilenaar rabbits are known for their unique color pattern. The breed has a white base coat with large, evenly distributed black spots. They have a medium-sized body, typically weighing between 5-7 pounds, with a compact and well-proportioned body. They are known for being docile, friendly, and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament and make great pets for families or individuals. They are also good for showing, though they are relatively rare. They have a dense and thick coat that requires regular grooming to maintain. They are known for their hardiness and adaptability, making them well-suited for outdoor living. They are also known for their high fertility and fast growth rate, making them a good choice for meat production.

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About Dutch RabbitsDutch


Dutch rabbits are known for their distinctive black and white color pattern. The breed has a white base coat with black markings around the face, ears, and feet. They have a medium-sized body, typically weighing between 4-6 pounds, with a compact and well-proportioned body. They are known for being docile, friendly, and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament and make great pets for families or individuals. They are also good for showing, and are one of the oldest breeds of domestic rabbit. They have a short, smooth coat that requires minimal grooming to maintain. They are known for their hardiness and adaptability, making them well-suited for outdoor living.

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About Dutch (Tri-Coloured) RabbitsDutch (Tri-Coloured)


Dutch (Tri-Coloured) rabbits are a breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its distinctive three-color pattern. The breed has a white base coat with black and orange markings. The orange markings are typically found around the face, ears, and feet, while the black markings are typically found on the body. They have a medium-sized body, typically weighing between 4-6 pounds, with a compact and well-proportioned body. They are known for being docile, friendly, and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament and make great pets for families or individuals. They are also good for showing, and are one of the oldest breeds of domestic rabbit. They have a short, smooth coat that requires minimal grooming to maintain. They are known for their h ...

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About Dwarf Hotot RabbitsDwarf Hotot


The Dwarf Hotot rabbit is a small breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its distinctive white coat with dark circles around the eyes. The breed is small, typically weighing between 2-3 pounds, with a compact and well-proportioned body. They have a short, smooth coat that requires minimal grooming to maintain. They are known for being docile, friendly, and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament and make great pets for families or individuals. They are also good for showing, and are known for their distinctive eye markings. They have a lifespan of around 8-12 years and are known for being hardy and adaptable, making them well-suited for indoor living. They are also known for their high fertility and fast growth rate, making them a ...

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About Dwarf Lop (Mini Lop) RabbitsDwarf Lop (Mini Lop)


The Dwarf Lop (also known as the Mini Lop) rabbit is a small breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its distinctive lop ears. The breed is small, typically weighing between 2-4 pounds, with a compact and well-proportioned body. They have a short, thick coat that requires regular grooming to maintain. They come in a variety of colors, including white, black, brown, gray, and more. They are known for being docile, friendly, and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament and make great pets for families or individuals. They are also good for showing, and are known for their distinctive lop ears. They have a lifespan of around 8-12 years and are known for being hardy and adaptable, making them well-suited for indoor living. They are also ...

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About Elfin RabbitsElfin


Elfin rabbits are small domestic rabbits that are known for their distinctive small size and proportional body. The breed is small, typically weighing between 1.5-2.5 pounds, with a compact and well-proportioned body. They have a short, fine coat that requires minimal grooming to maintain. They come in a variety of colors, including white, black, brown, gray, and more. They are known for being docile, friendly, and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament and make great pets for families or individuals. They are also good for showing, and are known for their distinctive small size. They have a lifespan of around 8-12 years and are known for being hardy and adaptable, making them well-suited for indoor living. They are also known for the ...

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About Enderby Island RabbitsEnderby Island


The breed of rabbits known as Enderby Island or just Enderby are descendants of rabbits taken from Australia and released onto subantarctic Enderby Island in the Auckland Islands, New Zealand, group early in October 1865. Here they engendered a rabbit population which was to remain in isolation for nearly 130 years.

A breeding group of 49 rabbits was removed from the Island in September 1992.

Most Enderby Island rabbits are a distinctive silver-grey in color with an undercoat of dark slate blue. Their heads, ears and tails are much darker - often being black. This unusual coloring has led to a suggestion that the original animals released were the French Argente de Champagne breed (Champagne Silver), but there is no ha ...

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About English Angora RabbitsEnglish Angora


English Angora rabbits are known for their long, thick, and soft wool coat. They are a medium to large-sized breed, typically weighing between 7-12 pounds. They have a compact and well-proportioned body, with a long, thick and soft coat that requires regular grooming to maintain. They come in a variety of colors, including white, black, blue, chocolate and more. They are known for being docile, friendly, and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament and make great pets for families or individuals. They are also good for showing, and are known for their long wool coats. They have a lifespan of around 8-12 years and are known for being hardy and adaptable, making them well-suited for indoor living. They are also known for their high fertil ...

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About English Lop RabbitsEnglish Lop


English Lop rabbits are known for their distinctive long, drooping ears. They are a large-sized breed, typically weighing between 10-15 pounds. They have a long and broad body, with long and droopy ears that can reach up to 10 inches in length. They have a short, thick coat that requires regular grooming to maintain. They come in a variety of colors, including white, black, brown, gray, and more. They are known for being docile, friendly, and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament and make great pets for families or individuals. They are also good for showing, and are known for their long drooping ears. They have a lifespan of around 8-12 years and are known for being hardy and adaptable, making them well-suited for indoor living. The ...

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About English Spot RabbitsEnglish Spot


English Spot rabbits are a breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its distinctive white coat with black spots. They have a medium-sized body, typically weighing between 6-8 pounds, with a compact and well-proportioned body. They have a short, thick coat that requires regular grooming to maintain. They are known for being docile, friendly, and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament and make great pets for families or individuals. They are also good for showing, and are known for their distinctive black spotting pattern. They have a lifespan of around 8-12 years and are known for being hardy and adaptable, making them well-suited for indoor living. They are also known for their high fertility and fast growth rate, making them a good ...

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About Fauve de Bourgogne RabbitsFauve de Bourgogne


Fauve de Bourgogne rabbits are a breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its distinctive orange-brown coat. They are a medium-sized breed, typically weighing between 6-8 pounds, with a compact and well-proportioned body. They have a short, thick coat that requires regular grooming to maintain. They are known for being docile, friendly, and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament and make great pets for families or individuals. They are also good for showing, and are known for their distinctive orange-brown coat. They have a lifespan of around 8-12 years and are known for being hardy and adaptable, making them well-suited for indoor living. They are also known for their high fertility and fast growth rate, making them a good choice f ...

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About Fee de Marbourg (Marburger) RabbitsFee de Marbourg (Marburger)


Fee de Marbourg rabbits originated in Germany. The name means "Fairy from Marbourg." The British Rabbit Council recognizes this breed as the Marburger Fee and in the UK it is sometimes referred to as the Marburger.

Fee de Marbourg rabbits are medium-sized. They are almost lilac, sometimes pinkish in color.

F. Joppich, a German man who was a prominent figure in rabbit-breeding, had written a book titled, "Unsere Kaninchenrassen," (Our Rabbit Breeds) that he himself often discovered at the beginning of the century, the presence of light-colored rabbits in some litters, among rabbits breeders. Judges would consider this color as faulty and systematically eliminated these subjects in breeding shows.

In 1912, Mar ...

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About Flemish Giant RabbitsFlemish Giant


The largest rabbit breed in the world! Flemish Giant Rabbits were developed in the Flanders region of Europe where it was recorded as occurring in Belgium in the sixteenth century.

Before and during World War II, it was very common in Europe to see these large easy-care rabbits being raised by children, who fed them on garden produce, to provide cheap and healthy meals in hard times.

The adult weight of a Flemish Giant is around 6.4 kilograms for a buck and 6.8 kilograms for a doe. Breeders aim for a long body length with a large rump, and the ears having a length of around 150 millimeters - the longer the better. By nature they are considered to be gentle giants.

It can take 12 to 14 months for a doe to reach its adult weight and be ready for mating. T ...

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About Florida White RabbitsFlorida White


Florida White rabbits are known for their distinctive all-white coat. They are a small to medium-sized breed, typically weighing between 4-8 pounds, with a compact and well-proportioned body. They have a short, fine coat that requires minimal grooming to maintain. They are known for being docile, friendly, and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament and make great pets for families or individuals. They are also good for showing, and are known for their distinctive all-white coats. They have a lifespan of around 8-12 years and are known for being hardy and adaptable, making them well-suited for indoor living. They are also known for their high fertility and fast growth rate, making them a good choice for meat production.

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About French Angora RabbitsFrench Angora


French Angora Rabbits have been domesticated for their wool for over 2000 years. The French Angora Rabbit breed was first brought into the United States during the early parts of the twentieth century. The French Angora Rabbit is developed chiefly because of their high-quality fur and meat. The French Angora is a big size rabbit that has a body weight, ranging from 7.5 lbs to 10 lbs (3.4 kg to 4.5 kg).

The French Angora Rabbits contain two coats of hair, such as a coarse guard hair that extends further their undercoat, and a dense, crimped wool coat. The maximum length of the wool of the French Angora Rabbits ranges from 2 inches (5 cm) to 6 inches (15cm). The French Angora Rabbit variety is different from other Angora R ...

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About French Lop RabbitsFrench Lop


French Lop rabbits are known for their large size and distinctive long, drooping ears. They are a large-sized breed, typically weighing between 10-15 pounds. They have a long and broad body, with long and droopy ears that can reach up to 10 inches in length. They have a short, thick coat that requires regular grooming to maintain. They come in a variety of colors, including white, black, brown, gray, and more. They are known for being docile, friendly, and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament and make great pets for families or individuals. They are also good for showing, and are known for their long drooping ears. They have a lifespan of around 8-12 years and are known for being hardy and adaptable, making them well-suited for indo ...

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About Gabali RabbitsGabali


The Gabali is a rare rabbit breed which originates in Egypt. It is primarily agouti in color and was bred as a meat breed by the Bedouins.

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About German Angora RabbitsGerman Angora


German Angora Rabbits were developed in Germany around 1777 and was a registered breed in the first German rabbit show held in Chemnitz, Germany, in 1885. It was first bred for fiber length, but at the time of the First World War the demand for warm Angora wool increased and the rabbit was then bred for fiber density rather than just length.

German Angora rabbits were then bred aggressively for density and size, and they reached what seems to be their natural limit of fiber production with records of two kilograms plus of fiber per animal per annum. One big problem of these super-dense coated and supersized animals was a reduction in fertility, some rabbits becoming sterile, as they were pushed beyond their limits for greate ...

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About German Lop RabbitsGerman Lop


The German Lop rabbit is a breed of domestic rabbit that originated in Germany. They are medium to large-sized rabbits with a distinctive lop-eared shape and a stocky, compact body type. They have a broad head and a short, wide body with a broad chest, short legs and a short, thick tail. They come in a variety of colors including black, blue, chocolate, and white and their coat is soft and dense. They are considered a fancy breed and were developed for their fur and meat. They are also known to be good pets as they are friendly and affectionate. They are known for their relaxed and docile nature, which makes them easy to handle. They are also known for their hardiness, which makes them well suited to outdoor production systems. They are con ...

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About Giant Angora RabbitsGiant Angora


Giant Angora rabbits are a breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its long, thick wool coat. They are a large-sized breed, typically weighing between 9-12 pounds. They have a broad and well-proportioned body, and their wool coat can reach up to 7 inches in length. They come in a variety of colors, including white, black, gray, and more. They are known for being docile, friendly, and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament and make great pets for families or individuals. They are also good for showing, and are known for their long wool coats. They have a lifespan of around 8-12 years and are known for being hardy and adaptable, making them well-suited for indoor living. They are also known for their high fertility and fast growth ra ...

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About Giant Papillon RabbitsGiant Papillon


Giant Papillon rabbits are large (they typically weigh between 8-12 pounds) with a distinctive butterfly pattern on their fur. Their ears are also large and stand upright. They come in a variety of colors, including white, black, and brown. They are known for being friendly and easy to handle. They are ideal as a companion animal or as a show rabbit. They are also known for their docile and gentle nature which makes them a great pet for families with children.

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About Giza White RabbitsGiza White


Giza White rabbits are small to medium-sized rabbits, 5–8 pounds, and originated in Egypt. In 1932, 2 Baladi rabbits were bred by the Animal Breeding Department at Cairo University, Giza, Egypt. The original Giza White rabbit came in white, black, gray, and blue. In 1937, systematic breeding took place and created the rabbit only with an albino type of fur. It had a faster rate of growth and a larger litter size. The Giza White improved and replaced the Giza rabbit.

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About Golden Glavcot RabbitsGolden Glavcot


Golden Glavcots are small rabbits, weighing 5–6 lb (2.3–2.7 kg), with a golden-roan coat. Their coat is described as a broad band of slate, merging into brown, tipped with light roan, the whole body interspersed with dark brown, nape of neck light brown, flanks and chest ticking off to a uniform shade slightly lighter than the body, under parts of body cream/white with slate under color.

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About Gotland RabbitsGotland


Gotland rabbits are a breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its distinctive black and white fur. They are a small to medium-sized breed, typically weighing between 4-8 pounds, with a compact and well-proportioned body. They have a short, thick coat that requires minimal grooming to maintain. They are known for being docile, friendly, and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament and make great pets for families or individuals. They are also good for showing, and are known for their distinctive black and white fur. They have a lifespan of around 8-12 years and are known for being hardy and adaptable, making them well-suited for indoor living. They are also known for their high fertility and fast growth rate, making them a good choice ...

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About Grey Pearl of Halle RabbitsGrey Pearl of Halle


The Grey Pearl of Halle, also called the Little Squirrel rabbit, is a medium-sized rabbit, which weighs 5.5–7.1 pounds. The breed comes in blue, gray, and light brown. It originated in England, Belgium, and the Netherlands in 1920. It was created when a Beveren and a Lilac rabbit was bred. Belgium approved it in 1928 with the Flemish name Parelgrijze van Halle and the French Gris Perle de Hal.

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About Guzelcaml RabbitsGuzelcaml


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About Harlequin RabbitsHarlequin


Harlequin rabbits are a breed of domestic rabbit that are known for their distinctive color pattern. They are a medium-sized breed, typically weighing between 6-9 pounds, with a compact and well-proportioned body. They have a short, dense coat that requires minimal grooming to maintain. They come in a variety of color patterns, including black, blue, chocolate, lilac, and more. They are known for being docile, friendly, and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament and make great pets for families or individuals. They are also good for showing, and are known for their distinctive color pattern. They have a lifespan of around 8-12 years and are known for being hardy and adaptable, making them well-suited for indoor living. They are also k ...

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About Havana RabbitsHavana


The Havana rabbit is a breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its rich, chocolate-brown color. They are a medium-sized breed, typically weighing between 5-8 pounds, with a compact and well-proportioned body. They have a short, dense coat that requires minimal grooming to maintain. They come in a variety of colors, including black, blue, chocolate, and lilac. They are known for being docile, friendly, and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament and make great pets for families or individuals. They are also good for showing, and are known for their rich, chocolate-brown color. They have a lifespan of around 8-12 years and are known for being hardy and adaptable, making them well-suited for indoor living. They are also known for their ...

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About Himalayan RabbitsHimalayan


Himalayan rabbits are a breed of domestic rabbit that are known for their distinctive color pattern. They are a small to medium-sized breed, typically weighing between 4-6 pounds, with a compact and well-proportioned body. They have a short, dense coat that requires minimal grooming to maintain. They come in a variety of colors, including black, blue, chocolate, and lilac, with each color having dark points on the face, ears, feet and tail. They are known for being docile, friendly, and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament and make great pets for families or individuals. They are also good for showing, and are known for their distinctive color pattern. They have a lifespan of around 8-12 years and are known for being hardy and adapt ...

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About Hulstlander RabbitsHulstlander


Hulstlander Rabbits, also commonly known as “Hussies,” originated in the Netherlands, named after the district of Hulstlander where they originated. The breed’s creator, J de Graaf, wanted to create a breed of rabbit that was pure white with blue eyes, and in the late 1970s, the Hulstlander was born. The breed was developed by crossing the blue-eyed Netherland Dwarf rabbit with a White Vienna.
<,br> Hulstlander Rabbits are friendly, outgoing, and playful. They are easy to train and have a reputation for being able to learn tricks and even how to use a litter box. Some are also known to respond to their names when called. They are clean animals that are easy to care for, are quiet, and have few housing needs, making them a popular bree ...

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About Hungarian Giant RabbitsHungarian Giant


Hungarian Giant rabbits are domestic rabbits that are known for their large size. They are a large breed, typically weighing between 9-12 pounds, with a well-proportioned body. They have a short, dense coat that requires minimal grooming to maintain. They come in a variety of colors, including white, black, blue, and gray. They are known for being docile, friendly, and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament and make great pets for families or individuals. They are also good for showing, and are known for their large size. They have a lifespan of around 8-12 years and are known for being hardy and adaptable, making them well-suited for indoor living. They are also known for their high fertility and fast growth rate, making them a good ...

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About Jersey Wooly RabbitsJersey Wooly


The Jersey Wooly rabbit is a small breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its wool-like coat. They are a small breed, typically weighing between 3-4 pounds, with a compact and well-proportioned body. They have a long, dense coat that requires regular grooming to maintain. They come in a variety of colors, including black, blue, chocolate, lilac, seal, sable point, and more. They are known for being docile, friendly, and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament and make great pets for families or individuals. They are also good for showing, and are known for their wool-like coats. They have a lifespan of around 8-12 years and are known for being hardy and adaptable, making them well-suited for indoor living. They are also known for t ...

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About Kabyle RabbitsKabyle


Kabyle rabbits are small rabbits, weighing 4.4–6.6 pounds. They come in tan, black, white, and brown. The original breed was created in Algeria in the early 1970s, by combining New Zealand white, Californian, and Burgundy Fawn rabbits. The present breed was created in the 1990s, by combining the same breeds again. The breed performs well at high temperatures.

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About Lionhead RabbitsLionhead


Lionhead rabbits are a small, domestic rabbit breed that are known for their distinctive mane of fur around their head and shoulders, resembling that of a lion''s mane. They are a relatively new breed, having been first developed in Belgium in the 1990s. They typically weigh between 2.5 to 3.5 pounds and come in a variety of colors. They have a friendly and curious nature and make great pets. They are known for being affectionate and easy to handle, and they require regular grooming due to their thick fur.

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About Liptov Baldspotted RabbitsLiptov Baldspotted


Liptov Baldspotted Rabbits are from the Liptov region of Slovakia. They were officially recognized in 2005. They weigh approximately 4–4.25 kilograms (8.8–9.4 lb). There are three color varieties: agouti, blue-agouti, and black. The pattern on the head is a white blaze (similar to "Dutch" head markings), but there are no other white markings anywhere on them.

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About Meissner Lop RabbitsMeissner Lop


Meissner Lop is a breed of domestic rabbit that is characterized by its compact body and short, rounded ears. It was developed in Germany in the early 20th century and is known for its docile and friendly nature, making it a popular pet choice. Meissner Lops have short, dense fur that comes in a variety of colors. They typically weigh between 2-4 kg. They are known to be good-natured and easy to handle. They require regular grooming due to their dense fur. They are a great choice for children and families, as well as for individuals who want a small, low-maintenance pet.

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About Mini Lion Lop RabbitsMini Lion Lop


Mini Lion Lops are a breed of domestic rabbit that is a smaller version of the Lion Lop rabbit. They were developed by breeding Dwarf Lops and Lionheads together. They are known for their distinctive mane of fur around their head and shoulders, resembling that of a lion''s mane. They are a small breed, usually weighing between 1-1.5 kg. They come in a variety of colors. They have a friendly and curious nature, and make great pets. They are known for being affectionate and easy to handle, and they require regular grooming due to their thick fur. They are a great choice for small families, and for individuals who want a low-maintenance pet.

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About Miniature Lop (Holland Lop) RabbitsMiniature Lop (Holland Lop)


Miniature Lops, also known as Holland Lops, are a small breed of domestic rabbit that were developed in the Netherlands in the 1950s. They are known for their compact, stocky body and short, rounded ears. They typically weigh between 1-1.5 kg. They come in a variety of colors and have short, soft, and thick fur. They are known for their friendly and curious nature, and make great pets. They are known for being affectionate and easy to handle. They require regular grooming due to their thick fur. They are a great choice for small families, and for individuals who want a low-maintenance pet. They are also great for showing, and are very popular in rabbit shows around the world.

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About Netherland Dwarf RabbitsNetherland Dwarf


Netherland Dwarf rabbits are a small breed of domestic rabbit that were developed in the Netherlands in the early 20th century. They are known for their compact, small size and short, rounded ears. They typically weigh between 0.9-1.4 kg, making them one of the smallest breeds of domestic rabbit. They come in a wide variety of colors and have short, soft, and thick fur. They are known for their friendly and curious nature, and make great pets. They require regular grooming due to their thick fur. They are a great choice for small families, and for individuals who want a low-maintenance pet. They are also great for showing and are very popular in rabbit shows around the world.

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About New Zealand RabbitsNew Zealand


New Zealand rabbits actually, are from America. They were developed in California, possibly from rabbits imported from New Zealand.

New Zealand rabbits are available in five colors recognized by the American Rabbit Breeders'' Association (ARBA): white, red, black, blue, and broken. Crossbreeding can result in many other variations, such as gold tipped steel and chestnut agouti.

They average 10–12 lb (4.5–5.4 kg) with the does being slightly larger than the bucks. New Zealands are bred for meat, pelts, show, and laboratory uses, being the most commonly used breed of rabbit both for testing and meat production. They are also bred as pet rabbits but mostly breed for meat.

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About New Zealand Red RabbitsNew Zealand Red


The New Zealand Red rabbit is a large, medium- to heavy-weight breed with a broad, deep body. They have a thick, dense coat that is bright red in color, with a slightly glossy finish. They have large, upright ears and a wide, powerful head. They are known for their meat production and are also commonly raised for show. They are known to be docile and easy to handle, making them a good choice for both novice and experienced rabbit breeders. They typically weigh between 8-12 pounds.

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About Palomino RabbitsPalomino


The Palomino rabbit is a breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its beautiful, golden-colored fur. The Palomino is a medium-sized rabbit, typically weighing between 6-10 pounds. They have a compact, well-proportioned body and a thick, soft coat. Their fur is a distinctive golden color, with a slight reddish cast, and white underbelly, that is soft and shiny. They have long, floppy ears and a friendly, docile temperament. They are known to be good pets and also used for meat and fur production. They are also shown in rabbit shows. Palomino rabbits are not recognized as a specific breed by the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA), but they may be shown in the "Palomino" class at ARBA-sanctioned rabbit shows.

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About Pani RabbitsPani


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About Pannon White RabbitsPannon White


Pannon White rabbits stand out for their high productivity. They are bred for meat production.

Pannon White Rabbits were developed by crossing White Giant with California and New Zealand rabbit breeds. They have an elongated body, a compact and neatly folded head, with red eyes and medium ears. Under the thin, tight-fitting skin, pronounced muscles are clearly visible. Their chest is not very broad. Their coat is dense, white, and very fluffy.

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About Perlfee RabbitsPerlfee


Perlfee rabbits originated in Germany they are only found in blueish-gray color, with dark, light and medium shades accepted, medium is preferred, the belly and around the eyes should be lighter in color. In the early 1900s in Germany the pelts of Siberian Flying Squirrels were valuable, and local rabbit breeders crossed various other rabbit breeds in an attempt to create a competing pelt. The result was the Perlfee rabbit. The fur of the Perlfee is silky smooth, dense, and luxurious with long protective hairs (called Guard Hairs). The guard hairs have both dark gray and light gray tips giving these beautiful bunnies a pearlescent appearance where they seem to change color as you move around the rabbit.

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About Plush Lop (Mini) RabbitsPlush Lop (Mini)


Mini Plush Lops are a small breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its long, soft, and plush coat. They are a miniaturized version of the regular Plush Lop breed. They have a compact, well-proportioned body and long, floppy ears. They come in a variety of colors such as black, blue, chocolate, lilac, and many more. They typically weigh between 2.5-4.5 pounds. They have a friendly, docile temperament and make great pets. They are also shown in rabbit shows. They have a unique feature of their fur that is soft and plush to touch, that''s why they are called "Plush Lops". They require regular grooming to keep their coat in good condition.

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About Plush Lop (Standard) RabbitsPlush Lop (Standard)


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About Pointed Beveren RabbitsPointed Beveren


The Pointed Beveren rabbit is a breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its distinctive coloration and pointed markings on the ears, face, and feet. They have a medium to large size and a well-proportioned body shape. They have a dense, soft coat that comes in a variety of colors, including blue, black, and white. They are known for their friendly and docile nature, making them a popular choice as pets. They are also a hardy breed, known for their ability to adapt to various environments. The Pointed Beveren rabbit is a great pet for families and also for those who enjoy showing their rabbits in competitions. The Pointed Beveren is a heritage breed and is considered as a rare breed.

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About Polish RabbitsPolish


The Polish rabbit is a small breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its distinctive, compact body shape and distinctive, upright ears. They have a small size and a round, compact body shape. They have a short, smooth coat that comes in a variety of colors, including black, blue, chocolate, and white. They are known for their active and playful nature, making them a popular choice as pets. They also have a docile temperament and are easy to handle. They are also a hardy breed, known for their ability to adapt to various environments. The Polish rabbit is a great pet for families, and also for those who enjoy showing their rabbits in competitions. They are considered a rare breed and are known for their unique physical characteristics.

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About Rex (Mini) RabbitsRex (Mini)


The Mini Rex is a breed of domestic rabbit that is a smaller version of the standard Rex rabbit. The Mini Rex is a small-sized rabbit, weighing between 1.5 - 2.5 kg. They have a compact body, with short ears, and a wide head.

The Mini Rex rabbit has a short, dense fur that is soft to the touch. They come in a wide variety of colors and patterns, including solid, agouti, shaded, and broken patterns. The breed is recognized by major rabbit organizations such as the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA) and the British Rabbit Council (BRC).

The Mini Rex rabbit is known for its friendly and docile nature, making them a great pet for families with children. They are also known for their good meat production and fast g ...

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About Rex (Opossum) RabbitsRex (Opossum)


The Rex (Opossum) rabbit is a breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its unique color pattern. The Rex (Opossum) rabbit is a medium-sized rabbit, weighing between 2.5 - 4.5 kg. They have a compact body, with short ears, and a wide head.

The Rex (Opossum) rabbit has a short, dense fur that is soft to the touch. Their fur is a mixture of white and black, with the black fur having a blue-gray undercoat. The breed is not recognized by major rabbit organizations such as the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA) and the British Rabbit Council (BRC).

It''s important to note that the term "Opossum" is not a breed of rabbit, but rather a color pattern. The Rex rabbit is a known and recognized breed that comes in many ...

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About Rex (Standard) RabbitsRex (Standard)


Standard Rex Rabbits originated in France in 1919 as the result of a recessive genetic mutation leading to guard hairs that do not project longer than the undercoat of the fur. This results in a soft coat having a velvety texture. (It is the guard hairs that give the length of coat common to other breeds.)

They were first shown publicly at the Paris International Rabbit Show in 1924 and was imported into the United States of America that same year. It was soon recognized as a standard breed in parts of Europe, and today the overseas following is large with many breeders.

Standard Rex Rabbits are bred mainly for its unique short plush coat, which is approximately 13 millimeters in length, and has the feel of velour fab ...

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About Rhinelander RabbitsRhinelander


The Rhinelander rabbit is a breed of domestic rabbit that originated in Germany. They are known for their distinctive color pattern, which consists of a white base color with red, black and blue markings. The Rhinelander rabbit is a medium-sized rabbit, weighing between 2.5 - 4.5 kg. They have a compact body, with short ears, and a wide head.

The Rhinelander rabbit has a short, dense fur that is soft to the touch. Their fur is white with red, black and blue markings on their ears, face, legs, and tail. The breed is recognized by major rabbit organizations such as the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA) and the British Rabbit Council (BRC).

The Rhinelander rabbit is known for its friendly and docile nature, ma ...

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About Sachsengold RabbitsSachsengold


Sashsengold rabbits are rare rabbits from Germany. A breeder from Röhrsdorf, Germany is given credit for creating the Sachsengold breed. Many rabbit breeds were used to create this breed. The breeds used were the Tan, the Havana, the Chinchilla, the Silver, the Harlequin, the New Zealand red rabbits and a number of non-pedigree breeds with yellow colored coats. They have a stocky build and weigh between 2 and 3.5kg. They are gentle and very inquisitive.

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About Sallander RabbitsSallander


Sallander Rabbits, from the Salland region in the Netherlands, were developed by crossbreeding Agouti Chinchilla Rabbits and Dutch Thuringer Rabbits in the 1970s. Sallander rabbits are known for their incredible color: their lovely fur has light gray markings that darken on the belly, flanks, and cheeks.

When this breed was first developed, the kits had a striking appearance, as their coat appeared as though it had been painted by an artist. Because of its beautiful coat, this breed is now making its way into other rabbit breeds, including the Lionhead Rabbit and lop breeds.

In 1975, the Sallander Rabbit was formally recognized, and the breed was then exported to the United Kingdom in the ‘90s. Today, it is rarely seen ...

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About Satin RabbitsSatin


The Satin rabbit is a breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its soft, shiny fur. The Satin rabbit is a medium-sized rabbit, weighing between 2.5 - 4.5 kg. They have a compact body, with short ears, and a wide head.

The Satin rabbit has a distinctive, short and dense fur that has a satin-like sheen. The fur comes in a variety of colors such as black, blue, chocolate, and lilac. This breed requires minimal grooming to maintain the condition of their fur, as their fur does not tangle easily.

The Satin rabbit is known for its docile and friendly nature, making them a great pet for families with children. They are also known for their good meat production and fast growth rate.

The Satin rabbit is recognized ...

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About Satin (Mini) RabbitsSatin (Mini)


The Satin (Mini) is a breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its small size and soft, shiny fur. The Satin (Mini) is a small rabbit, weighing between 1-1.8 kg. They have a compact body, with short ears and a wide head.

The Satin (Mini) has a distinctive, short and dense fur that has a satin-like sheen. The fur comes in a variety of colors such as black, blue, chocolate, and lilac. This breed requires minimal grooming to maintain the condition of their fur, as their fur does not tangle easily.

The Satin (Mini) is known for its docile and friendly nature, making them a great pet for families with children or for people who want a small rabbit. They are also known for their good meat production and fast growth rate. T ...

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About Satin Angora RabbitsSatin Angora


The Satin Angora is a breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its long, soft, and lustrous fur. The Satin Angora is a small to medium-sized rabbit, weighing between 2-3.5 kg. They have a compact body, with long ears, and a wide head.

The Satin Angora''s fur is its most distinctive feature, it is long, soft and has a satin-like sheen. The fur comes in a variety of colors such as white, black, blue, chinchilla, chocolate, and smoke pearl. This breed requires regular grooming to maintain the condition of their fur, as their fur tangles easily, which can cause matting if not groomed properly.

The Satin Angora is known for its docile and friendly nature, making them a great pet for families with children. They are also k ...

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About Siamese Sable RabbitsSiamese Sable


Siamese Sable / Martin Sable were created in several different countries at roughly the same time. In the UK the breeder D.W. Irving crossed Himalayans with Chinchilla rabbits in the early 20th century. These Sable rabbits had darker fur on their noses, paws, and tails, but they didn’t have as much of a contrast as the Himalayan. Sable / Martin Sables were shown at a show in 1920. They were not recognized, but have since been recognized as the Siamese or Marten Sable.

In Germany Emil Thomsen from Stellingen produced a similar rabbit by crossing Chinchillas, blue Havanas, Viennas, Belgian Hares, and Thüringers. A French breeder, M. Fraineau, also created a similar rabbit in France crossing Chinchillas and albino rabbits. Fraineau ...

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About Siberian RabbitsSiberian


The Siberian is a breed of domestic rabbit that originates from Russia. It is a large rabbit, weighing between 4-9 kg. The Siberian rabbit has a distinctive, short and dense fur that comes in a variety of colors such as black, blue, fawn, gray, and white. The fur is soft and requires regular grooming to maintain its appearance. The Siberian rabbit has a large and powerful body, short ears and a wide head.

They are known for their docile and friendly nature, making them a great pet for families with children, and also known for their hardiness and ability to adapt to different climates. They are also known for their good meat production and fast growth rate. They are relatively large rabbits and require plenty of space to move aro ...

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About Silver RabbitsSilver


The Silver rabbit is a breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its distinctive silver-colored fur. The Silver rabbit has a compact body, short ears, and a wide head. They typically weigh between 3-4 kg.

The Silver rabbit has a dense, soft, and glossy fur that is a solid silver color. They require regular grooming to keep their fur in good condition. They are known for their friendly and docile nature and make great pets for families with children. They are also known for their hardiness and ability to adapt to different climates.

There are different breeds that can have a silver color, such as Silver Marten, Silver Fox, Beveren, and others. Each one of these breeds have different characteristics and requirements. < ...

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About Silver Fox RabbitsSilver Fox


Silver Fox rabbits appeared around the 1920s in Great Britain as a sport in a Standard Chinchilla litter. Breeding two sports together produced a litter identical to their parents. This is how it all started. Sports also appeared in litters in France and North America (where it is called the Silver Martin) at about the same time.

At a commercial level, the Silver Fox is bred purely for the fur market (rather than as a meat-producer), with all the value being placed on the pelts with their glossy, dense, silky coat.

The striking feature of this breed, with its cobby body and broad head, is the silver tipped guard hairs on the chest, flanks, feet and rump. The higher the ticking continues up the sides the more be ...

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About Silver Marten RabbitsSilver Marten


The Silver Marten is a breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its distinctive silver-tipped guard hairs that give its fur a unique "frosted" appearance. The Silver Marten rabbit has a compact body, short ears, and a wide head. They typically weigh between 3-4 kg.

The Silver Marten rabbit has a dense, soft, and glossy fur that comes in a range of colors including black, blue, chocolate, and sable. They require regular grooming to keep their fur in good condition. They are known for their friendly and docile nature and make great pets for families with children. They are also known for their hardiness and ability to adapt to different climates.

Silver Marten rabbits are a relatively new breed, having been developed ...

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About Spanish Giant RabbitsSpanish Giant


The Spanish Giant rabbit is a breed of domestic rabbit that originates from Spain. It is a large rabbit, weighing between 4-9 kg. The Spanish Giant rabbit has a distinctive, short and dense fur that comes in a variety of colors such as black, blue, fawn, gray, and white. The fur is soft and requires regular grooming to maintain its appearance. The Spanish Giant rabbit has a large and powerful body, short ears and a wide head.

They are known for their docile and friendly nature, making them a great pet for families with children, and also known for their hardiness and ability to adapt to different climates. They are also known for their good meat production and fast growth rate. They are relatively large rabbits and require plenty ...

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About Sussex RabbitsSussex


The Sussex rabbit is a breed of domestic rabbit that originates from England. It is a large rabbit, weighing between 4-5 kg. The Sussex rabbit has a distinctive, short and dense fur that comes in a variety of colors such as black, blue, chocolate, and red. The fur is soft and requires regular grooming to maintain its appearance. The Sussex rabbit has a compact body, short ears, and a wide head.

They are known for their friendly and docile nature, making them a popular choice as pets. They are also known for their hardiness and ability to adapt to different climates. They are a great pet for families with children as they are gentle and easy to handle. They are also great for people who live in apartments or small houses as they d ...

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About Swiss Fox RabbitsSwiss Fox


The Swiss Fox rabbit is a breed of domestic rabbit that originates from Switzerland. It is a medium-sized rabbit, weighing between 2.5-3.5 kg. The Swiss Fox rabbit has a distinctive, short and dense fur that is white in color with dark black or blue-black markings on the ears, tail and legs. The fur is soft and thick and requires regular grooming to maintain its appearance. The Swiss Fox rabbit has a compact body and short ears.

They are known for their friendly and docile nature, making them a popular choice as pets. They are also known for their hardiness and ability to adapt to different climates. They are a great pet for families with children as they are gentle and easy to handle. They are also great for people who live in a ...

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About Tadla RabbitsTadla


The Tadla rabbit is a small sized rabbit, weighing 4 to 5 pounds. It originated in 1994 in the Béni-Mellal province of Morocco, and was created for its meat. It comes in an agouti color. The population is currently 42,000 rabbits.

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About Teddywidder RabbitsTeddywidder


The Teddywidder rabbit is a breed of domestic rabbit that is a cross between the Teddy and the Rex. It is a small- to medium-sized rabbit, weighing between 2.5-3.5 kg. The Teddywidder rabbit has a distinctive, short and dense fur that is soft and plush. The color of their fur can vary and can come in many different colors and patterns. The fur is short and plush, with a slight wave and requires regular grooming to maintain its appearance. The Teddywidder rabbit has a compact body and short ears.

They are known for their friendly and docile nature, making them a popular choice as pets. They are also known for their hardiness and ability to adapt to different climates. They are a great pet for families with children as they are gen ...

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About Thrianta RabbitsThrianta


The Thrianta rabbit is a breed of domestic rabbit that originated in the Netherlands. It is a small- to medium-sized rabbit, weighing between 2.5-3.5 kg. The Thrianta rabbit has a distinctive, short and dense fur that is red in color. The fur is soft and shiny and requires regular grooming to maintain its appearance. The Thrianta rabbit has a compact body and short ears. They are known for their friendly and docile nature, making them a popular choice as pets. They are also known for their hardiness and ability to adapt to different climates. They are a great pet for families with children as they are gentle and easy to handle. They are also great for people who live in apartments or small houses as they don''t require a lot of space. They ...

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About Thuringer RabbitsThuringer


The Thuringer rabbit is a breed of domestic rabbit that originates from Germany. It is a large-sized rabbit, weighing between 4-5 kg. The Thuringer rabbit has a distinctive, short and dense fur that is gray in color with a black undercoat. The fur is soft and thick and requires regular grooming to maintain its appearance. The Thuringer rabbit has a compact body and short ears.

They are known for their friendly and docile nature, making them a popular choice as pets. They are also known for their hardiness and ability to adapt to different climates. They are a great pet for families with children as they are gentle and easy to handle. They are also great for people who live in apartments or small houses as they don''t require a l ...

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About Vienna RabbitsVienna


Vienna rabbits are a domestic rabbit breed that originated in Austria. It is a medium-sized rabbit, weighing between 3.6-4.5 kg. It has a distinctive, short and dense fur that is black with white markings on the face and underbelly. The Vienna rabbit has a compact body and short ears. They are known for their friendly and docile nature, making them a popular choice as pets. They are also known for their hardiness and ability to adapt to different climates. They are a great pet for families with children as they are gentle and easy to handle. They are also great for people who live in apartments or small houses as they don''t require a lot of space. They are a relatively rare breed, but are well-liked for their unique coloring and friendly p ...

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About Wheaten RabbitsWheaten


Wheaten rabbits are a breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its distinctive wheaten colored coat. This breed is medium-sized, weighing between 4-5 kg. The fur is medium-length, soft and has a slight wave. Wheaten rabbits have a compact body and long ears.

They are known for their friendly, outgoing personalities and make great pets for families with children. They are easy to handle and adaptable, making them well suited to live in a variety of climates. They are active and curious, so they need plenty of space to run around and explore. They also require regular grooming to keep their coat in good condition.

They are not as common as some other rabbit breeds, but they are well-liked for their unique coloring and ...

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About Wheaten Lynx RabbitsWheaten Lynx


Wheaten Lynx rabbits are a breed of domestic rabbit that is a cross between American Blue and American Lynx rabbit breeds. They are medium-sized rabbits, weighing between 4-5 kg. They are known for their distinctive coat which is a wheaten color with dark tips, giving it a lynx-like appearance. Their fur is medium-length and soft, with a slight wave to it. They have long ears and a compact body.

They are known for their friendly and outgoing personality, and a great pet for families with children. They are easy to handle and make great companions. They are also known for being hardy and adaptable, making them well suited to live in a variety of climates. They are an active and curious breed, so they need plenty of space to run a ...

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There are no Rabbit breeds that start with the letter Y.

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About Zemmouri RabbitsZemmouri


Zemmouri rabbits are a breed of domestic rabbit that originates from Morocco. They are medium-sized rabbits, weighing between 4-5 kg. They have a distinctive, long and thick fur that is white with black or blue spots. The fur is soft and dense, and requires regular grooming to maintain its appearance.

Zemmouri rabbits are known for their docile and friendly nature, making them a popular choice as pets. They are also known for their hardiness and ability to adapt to different climates. They are a great pet for families with children as they are gentle and easy to handle. They are also great for people who live in apartments or small houses as they do not require a lot of space.

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