When considering what rabbit breed you want to select as your next pet, you certainly have a wide variety to choose from. This article will briefly review some of the most popular rabbit breeds to date.
Lops are a group of rabbit breeds known for their distinctive floppy ears. There are several different types of lops, including the popular American Fuzzy Lop and the Holland Lop. American Fuzzy Lops have long fur and are somewhat shy; Holland Lops are compact and cute, and known for their pleasant temperament.
The Rex is a breed of rabbit that comes in standard or mini sizes. Standard Rex rabbits weigh in at around eight pounds and mini Rex’s weigh in at about 4 pounds. They are known for being easy to breed, and they make good mothers. Owners of Rex’s are particularly fond of their soft, velvety feeling fur, which is a pleasure to pet.
The American Chinchilla is a rabbit breed (not a chinchilla!) that weighs in at around ten pounds. They have a good demeanor and very soft, appealing fur which is usually a salt and pepper color. They have the potential to be as friendly and intelligent as most rabbits.
Flemish Giants are massive rabbits that can grow up to twenty two pounds in size, although they are usually closer to fifteen pounds. These rabbits have a very calm, docile demeanor, and they love to nestle in your lap. You can get these rabbits in nearly any typical rabbit color.
Himalayan rabbits are usually about four pounds in size. They have been bred in Asia for a long period of time. These rabbits are the most widely distributed around the world of all the types of rabbits. They are known for their calm nature and willingness to spend time in your lap.
These rabbits are great for first time rabbit owners.
The Havana usually weighs in at around five pounds. These rabbits are known for being fun-loving and active. They have a good natured demeanor and are incredibly cute.
When it comes to the health and happiness of your pet rabbit, choosing a quality living environment should be on the top of your list. Whether you choose quality Rabbit Cages or opt for larger Rabbit Hutches, the quality of the materials and the construction of the dwelling will determine how well it works for your particular furry friend.