All Rabbit Breeds by Alphabetical Order

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Harlequin Rabbit


  • Weight: 7 to 9 1/2 pounds.
  • Body Type: This striking rabbit originated in France. Th body is banded with two colors, and the head is also two colors. It has a medium-length body with rounded hindquarters, a rounded head, and long, upright ears.
Havana Rabbit


  • Weight: 4 1/2 - 6 1/2 pounds.
  • Body Type: Black, blue or chocolate colored. Body is short with wide shoulders and hind-quarters. Head is narrow, ears medium-long and upright.
Himalayan Rabbit


  • Weight: 2 1/2 - 4 1/2 pounds.
  • Body Type: White rabbits with ears, nose, feet, and tail colored black, blue, lilac, or chocolate. Body is long and narrow with narrow head and rather short erect ears.
Dwarf Hotot Rabbit

    Dwarf Hotot:

  • Weight: 2 - 3 pounds.
  • Body Type: These little rabbits have a very striking appearance they are all white except for a ring of clack around the eyes, which makes them look white rabbits with black eyeliner. They have compact, rounded bodies and short, upright ears.
Hotol Rabbit


  • Weight: 8 - 11 pounds.
  • Body Type: Like the Drarf Hotot this rabbit is white with black ringing the eye. Body is rounded and thick, head is narrow, ears are medium-long and upright.
Jersey Wooly Rabbit

    Jersey Wooly:

  • Weight: 2 3/4 to 3 1/2 pounds.
  • Body Type: Body is rounded and compact. The Fur on the face and upright ears is short the rest of the body has long dense fur. They have been bred in many colors.
  • Special Care: These rabbits require extra time for grooming and special diet.
Lionhead Rabbit


  • Weight: 3 - 3 3/4 pounds.
  • Body Type: This breed originated in Belgium but has been developed in England. Body is well-rounded. Fur on body is dense and of medium length fur two to three inches long froms a mane around rabbits with both lopped and upright ears are being developed at the time of this writing but only one or the other is likely to be accepted by professional breeders associations.
Lilac Rabbit


  • Weight: 5 3/4 to right pounds.
  • Body Type: This rabbit is dove-gray with a pinkish tint. It has a medium-sized body with a somewhat narrow head and medium-long erect ears.
English lop Rabbit

    English lop:

    (It is not recommended for a first time rabbit owner.)
  • Weight: 9 to 12 pounds.
  • Body Type: Hinderquarters are rounded, shoulder and head narrow. The ears are lopped and extremely large, often measuring 24 inches from tip to tip.
  • Special Care: This rabbit requires extra care because of the ears. which are susceptible to disease and injury.
French Lop Rabbit

    French Lop:

  • Weight: 10 - 14 pounds.
  • Body Type: The largest of the lop breeds. This rabbit has massive, well muscled body with a wide head and thick, wide, lopped ears. The French Lop has been bred in many different colors.
  • Special Care: Favorite companion rabbit of many because of its laid back and affectionate personality.
Holland Lop Rabbit

    Holland Lop:

  • Weight: 2 3/4 to four pounds.
  • Body Type: Head is slightly flattened, body is short and looks massive. They have lopped ears and a prominent "crowns" (the ridge of cartilage between the ars). These popular rabits come in many colors and have soft, fine fur.
American fuzzy lop Rabbit

    American fuzzy lop:

  • Weight: 3 to 4 pounds.
  • Body Type: These small rabbits have a large, flatted "bulldog" face and lopped ears, and look somewhat like a Holland Lop with long fur. They have been bred in many different colors.
  • Special Care: This is a wool breed and will require extensive daily grooming and a special diet.
Velveteen Lop Rabbit

    Velveteen Lop:

  • Weight: 5 - 6 1/2 pounds.
  • Body Type: Body is mandolin, shaped, chest is full and rounded. The ears are lopped and measured from 14 inches tip to tip. fur is like that of rex rabbits (this breed has been discribed as a minia, true Emglish Lop with rex fur.) It is being bred in seleral colors.
Mini Lop Rabbit

    Mini Lop:

    (Good Choice for Pets)
  • Weight: 4 1/2 - 6 /12 pounds.
  • Body Type: Body is massive, thick-set, with short neck. Eas are lopped, and the ears and crown form a horseshoe shape on the top of the head. Fur is thick and dense. Many different colors have been bred.
  • Special Care: A sturdy nrelent for children.
Mini Plush Lo Rabbit

    Mini Plush Lop:

    (Good Choice for Pets)
  • Weight: 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 pounds.
  • Body Type: This breed was created in the late 1990s by Devie D'Anniballe by mixing the Mini rex, Mini Lop, and Holland Lop. It is not recognize by ARBA at the time of this writing. The fur is like that of a rex, the appearance between that of a small Mini Lop and Holland Lop.
  • Good Choice for Pets: Personality usually affectionate.