Rabbit Breeds

Its scientific name is Oryctolagus cuniculus, but did you know that there are 305 different breeds of domestic rabbits?  In this section you will find information about the different breeds that you are likely to come across, learn their similarities and their peculiarities, and find out which breeds make the best pets.

Colorful Representation of Different Breeds of Bunnies
Colorful Representation of Different Breeds of Bunnies
Enderby-Island-Rabbit

Enderby Island Rabbit

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The Enderby Island Rabbit is a rare breed of domesticated European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) that originated from rabbits introduced to Enderby Island, an uninhabited subantarctic island in New Zealand’s Auckland Islands group, in 1865. This distinctive variety is known for its unique appearance and adaptability to various environments.


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Eastern-Cottontail-Rabbit

Eastern Cottontail (Sylvilagus floridanus)

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The Eastern Cottontail (Sylvilagus floridanus) is a predominantly nocturnal and crepuscular animal, meaning it is most active during the night and twilight hours. They are also known to be active during the day on darker days. These rabbits are solitary creatures, displaying a territorial behavior with males sometimes fighting to establish dominance and mating priority.


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Dwarf-Lop-Rabbit

Dwarf Lop

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Dwarf Lop rabbits are known for their small to medium size, reaching an average weight of 2-2.5kg when fully grown. Their compact, muscular bodies give them a rounded, cobby appearance. The relatively short legs add to their overall stocky build, providing a solid foundation for these well-proportioned animals. Dwarf Lop rabbits are also known for having a slightly wider hind region, providing them with unique features characteristic of this dwarf breed.


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Dutch-Rabbit

Dutch Rabbit

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Dutch rabbits are known for their generally good health and lifespan, which ranges from 5 to 10 years, with proper care. They are small to medium-sized rabbits, weighing between 3.5 and 5.5 pounds. Like any other rabbit breed, certain health issues can arise, but preventive measures and regular check-ups can help maintain their overall well-being.


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Desert-Cottontail-Rabbit

Desert Cottontail (Sylvilagus audubonii)

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The Desert Cottontail (Sylvilagus audubonii) is primarily associated with arid regions, with its common name reflecting this connection to desert environments. However, this adaptable species can also be found in other habitats such as grasslands and woodlands. Its range in elevation extends from sea level up to about 6,000 feet.


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Czech-White-Rabbit

Czech White Rabbit

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The Czech White Rabbit is a fascinating breed originating from the Czech Republic. Known for its striking appearance, the breed features a bright white coat and burgundy eyes. This domestic rabbit is often considered a great choice as a pet due to its friendly and playful nature.


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Czech-Spot-Rabbit

Czech Spot Rabbit

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Originating in Czechoslovakia, the Czech Spot was the first rabbit breed created in the region. Its striking coloration consists of a white base coat featuring small, evenly distributed black markings. The rabbit’s black ears, black rings around their eyes, and black dorsal stripe further contribute to its distinctive appearance. Additionally, the Czech Spot showcases a butterfly-like marking on its nose.


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Czech-Solver-Rabbit

Czech Solver Rabbit

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The Czech Solver Rabbit is a beautiful and unique breed that boasts a distinct and eye-catching appearance. This medium-sized rabbit has an average weight of around 6 to 8 pounds (2.7 to 3.6 kg), making it suitable for various environments and living conditions.


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