Rare breed, ideal for first-time owners due to calm nature. Not suitable for young children; can be shy and may bite. Grooming and diet vital for up to 12-year lifespan.
Belgian Hare, an ancient breed thriving outdoors. Requires ample space, hay. High maintenance, nervous nature. Needs proper approach to avoid spooking.
Californian rabbit, Himalayan-Chinchilla cross. Versatile coat for indoor and outdoor activities. Show breed, but playful and affectionate with humans.
1830s English breed, Dutch rabbits are popular. Socialize to prevent depression. Energetic and child-friendly, needs time out of the cage.
Flemish Giant, a versatile "Gentle Giant" breed weighing 22 pounds. Used for meat, show, coat, and pets. Gets along with dogs. Caution: size prevents carrying.
a statement-making rabbit with luxurious fur. Requires grooming. Socializing enhances friendliness. Perfect for couples seeking a loving pet.
Harlequin rabbit, the playful clown. Curious explorers, great for kids and first-time owners. Endless room-by-room adventures await.
Holland Lop: perfect city pet. 14-year lifespan, 4-pound cutie with floppy ears. Provide room for sunbathing, hopping, and toys.
Lionhead rabbit, popular in Europe, introduced in the '90s. Ideal for apartments, 3-pound cutie. Lives up to 10 years. Perfect for any family size.
Tan rabbit, emerged in 1880 England, regained popularity. Energetic but not for kids or seniors. Needs ample time outside the cage. High activity level.
Shy dwarf rabbit needs time to adjust with humans. Patience and love bring out their true personality. Not recommended for small children.