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Bunny Breeds

Lionhead RabbitTake one look at these gorgeous rabbits, with large furry manes (hence the name), and fall in love with them. They are a popular bunny to keep as a pet, due to the intense cuteness, and are a popular rabbit to be entered into shows. They are lively and friendly animals and like to […]

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Everything about the English Lops Rabbit

English Lops were the very first bunnies to be bred for exhibition purposes. It was one of the first ever lop-eared bunnies to be created by humans (and not mother nature). The original breeding rabbits came from Algiers, where the weather is extremely hot, and rabbits used their ears to regulate their temperatures. As a […]

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Everything about the American Fuzzy Lop Rabbit

American Fuzzy Lops are direct descendants of the Holland Lop, getting the traditional lop ears from that breed with the extra fuzzy wool gene coming from English Spots. The combination added a broken pattern which was perfected when the French Angora was added in to enhance the look and feel of the fur. The result […]

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Everything About the Polish Rabbit

Can you be old and cute? The Polish rabbit says that you can. One look at this ball of fluff and you will be aw-ing at how cute it is. Research it a little, and you will also find that it has been around since the 1600s. Around that time, the Dutch and Himalayan breeds […]

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Everything About the Mini Rex Rabbit

The Mini Rex is one of the softest and velvetiest rabbits in the world. One touch and you will fall in love with this overly-cute bunny. The breed has been around since the early 1900s and originated in France. They are on the smaller side of bunny breeds, being a dwarf, and have a scrunched-up […]

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Everything About the Lionhead Rabbit

Lionhead Rabbits look amazing. They have a mane of fur around their heads which give them a lion-like appearance with an abundance of cuteness thrown in. The origin story of this rabbit is not completely clear, but it is believed to have come from crossing either an Angora or Belgian Dwarf with a Swiss Fox. […]

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Everything About the Holland Lop Rabbit

The Holland Lop, as the name would suggest, was first bred in the Netherlands. The goal was to breed a miniature version of the French Lop, and this was done by breeding a French Lop with a Netherland Dwarf. Along the way, the English Lop was added in to strengthen the Lop gene. The result […]

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Everything About the French Lop Rabbit

When the Butterfly rabbit breed was crossed with the English Lop in the 1950s, the French Lop was born. The Butterfly genes give this rabbit breed a large body with thick ears, and the French Lop genes give the rabbit the classic Lop ears which hang down the sides of the head.They are sweet, calm, […]

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Everything About the Flemish Giant Rabbit

They are one of the most friendly and calm bunny breeds. There is absolutely no doubt about it; Flemish Giants are big. If any pet lives up to its name, this is one of them. They were first known to have roamed the landscapes of Flanders, Belgium sometime in the 16th century, making them one of […]

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Everything About the Dutch Rabbit

 Dutch rabbits originated in the 1830s and are descendants of the Petite Brabancon, which originally came from the region of Flanders. They were originally bred for meat but looking at these cute little animals; it is no wonder that we now keep them as pets. Traditionally, they had a black base coat with white markings, […]

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