All Rabbit Breeds by Alphabetical Order

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American Rabbit


  • Weight: 9 - 12 pounds.
  • Body Type: Slate blue or white. This rabbit has well-rounded hindquarters, narrow shoulders, and long erect ears.
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.
American Sable Rabbit

    American Sable:

  • Weight: 7 - 10 pounds.
  • Body Type: Nose, ears, feet, and tail very fark brown, body a sepia color. Body is medium long and full, head narrow, and ears long and erected.
English Angora Rabbit

    English Angora:

  • Weight: 5 to 7 pounds.
  • Body Type: Thick wool covers the entire rabbit, including the face and the stand-up ears, giving in the appearance of a large fuzz-ball. They have been in many colors.
  • Special Care: These rabbits require special diets and extensive daily grooming.
French Angora Rabbit

    French Angora:

  • Weight: 7 1/2 to 10 1/2 pounds.
  • Body Type: Medium long rounded body, ears long and erect. Face, ears, and front feet have short fur; rest of body has very long wool. Many different colors have been bred.
  • Special Care: This rabbit must be fed a special diet and carefully groomed every day.
Belgian Hare Rabbit

    Belgian Hare:

  • Weight: 6 - 9 1/2 pounds.
  • Body Type: This rannit has a lean racy body that looks more like a hare's than a rabbit's. Large upright ears.
  • Special Care: Some rabbit owners claim it is more prone to bone fractures if mishanddled, due to the bosy type.
Beveren Rabbit


  • Weight: 8 - 12 pounds.
  • Body Type: Pear-shaped body, long erect ears, dense coat of black, blue, or white.
Britannia Petite Rabbit

    Britannia Petite:

  • Weight: 2 - 2 1/2 pounds.
  • Body Type: These tiny, compact rabbits have relatively narrow heads and a trim, arched body line. Ears are medium long and erect. Colors include white, black, otter, chesnut, agouti (like a wild rabbit), and sable marten.
  • Special Care: Experienced rabbit breeders have claimed these rabbits have a tendency to be more hyper and nip more than other breeds and that they require especially careful handling because of the delicate arched body type.