Hi I am an English Angora rabbit.
I am the hairiest breed of rabbit.
My thick wooly silky fur needs lots of grooming.
We are docile, friendly and gentle, making great family pets.
We can live indoors or outdoors in a suitable enclosure.
I like to roam free around the house and also get some exercise outdoors in a safe enclosed area.
I eat mostly hay, rabbit pellets and vegetables.
We live for 7 to 12 years and weigh under 3 kilos.
Hi I am a Pigmy rabbit.
We live in the wild in North America.
We are the worlds smallest species of rabbit or hare out of over 60 species.
I weigh up to half a kilo only.
I dig my own burrow around 1 metre deep which can have several entrances.
I rest there during the day and am most active at dusk and dawn.
I need tall dense sagebrush for my food and shelter throughout the year.
We are endangered due to habit loss from agriculture and development, and natural predators.
I am an American Fuzzy Lop rabbit.
I am one of the cutest bunnies.
We are a combination of the French Angora and the Holland Lop.
We have a wool fur that can be used for making into yarn.
I am a small rabbit and make a great indoor pet for families with young children.
We are social, playful and active.
I like to play with socks, gloves and balls.
We live for 5 to 8 years and weigh under 2 kilos.
I mostly eat grass and hay, with some fresh fruit and vegetables.
Hi I am an Lion Head rabbit.
We are a new breed of rabbit originating in Belgium.
We were created by cross breeding the Swiss Fox and Belgium Dwarf rabbit varieties.
I have very soft fur 2 to 3 inches long.
I have a thick woolly mane and come in a variety of different colours.
I need regular grooming to avoid knots in my fur.
We are playful, friendly and easy to train and like children.
I like to spend lots of time with my keeper.
I weigh under 2 kilos and can live for 7 to 9 years.
English Spot rabbit
Did you know?
The English Spot is a breed of domestic rabbit developed in England in the 19th century.
Weighing 2 to 3.5kg, this medium sized breed has distinctive coloured markings on its body.
There are seven different varieties of this breed including: black, blue, chocolate, lilac, tortoise, gray and gold.
They need an hour or two to run around each day and eat plenty of grass hay.
English Spots are curious and have a fun loving nature.
Harlequin Dutch rabbit
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This rabbit was founded in the Netherlands by crossing Harlequin with the tortoiseshell Dutch.
Its colouring are a mix of orange with blue, black or chocolate.
Weighing 1.7 to 2.5kg these rabbits are intelligent, active and quick witted, and require stimulation.
They are good natured and can be handled by children.
They like to play with toys and games, explore outdoor spaces, and climb and hide in boxes and logs.