Belgian Hare

The Belgian Hare is usually kept mainly for show purposes, and not as a pet. Sudden noises or unfamiliar sounds can easily startle this rabbit.

Britannia Petite Rabbit

The Britannia Petite rabbit is energetic, so time out of its enclosure is beneficial. Many enter their rabbits in shows where it jumps over obstacles.

Giant Chinchilla Rabbit

Easygoing and laidback, the Giant Chinchilla Rabbit has a sweet nature and even temper that makes it a wonderful pet for singles, couples and seniors.

Cinnamon Rabbit

The Cinnamon Rabbit boasts a docile personality and a beautiful, soft coat. They are perfect for first-time owners and families with children.

Jersey Wooly Rabbit

The Jersey Wooly rabbit is known as the "No-Kick Bunny" because they are gentle and even-tempered. They are great pets for many types of households.

Mini Lop

The Mini Lop makes an excellent pet for families with children and seniors. It comes in many colors and is often described as "basketball with a head."

Gotland Rabbit

The Gotland Rabbit is inquisitive and energetic. A rare breed from Sweden, this rabbit will benefit from time spent exercising and interacting with you.

Thuringer Rabbit

The Thuringer Rabbit is a uniquely beautiful breed that features a coat that is buff to deep yellow ochre with blue-black ticking.

German Angora Rabbit

The German Angora Rabbit is a friendly, long-haired rabbit that makes a great family pet. Known for its long, very fine and woolen fur.

Champagne D’Argent Rabbit

The Champagne dArgent rabbit does well with other rabbits and also enjoy human attention. Its silver coat doesn't come in until it is 6-8 months old.

American Sable Rabbit

The American Sable rabbit has soft, fine, dense coat that requires more grooming that the average short-haired rabbit. An active and friendly rabbit.

Californian Rabbit

Californian Rabbit Breed History/Origin The Californian Rabbit breed was developed in the 1923 by George West of California. His plan was to develop a breed…

Giant Angora Rabbit

The Giant Angora rabbit comes in a variety of hues from grey to brown to black, and broken colors. Their wool is perfect to be dyed and made into clothes.

Lionhead Rabbit

The Lionhead rabbit has a wool mane circling around their head much like a lion's mane, hence its name. They are energetic, affectionate and love to play.

English Angora Rabbit

The English Angora rabbit is docile and sociable, making them great family pets. They come in a wide range of colors and need to be groomed regularly.

5 Most Aggressive Rabbit Breeds

Read on as we check out the top rabbit breeds that can have somewhat aggressive tendencies, and take a look at our insights into the reasons for that aggression. With ample knowledge and patience, you can solve these issues once and for all!

Sallander Rabbit

The Sallander Rabbit has a coat that looks like it's been painted by an artist. Sallander Rabbits are known for being lively, active, and skittish.

Columbia Basin Pygmy Rabbit

Columbia Basin Pygmy Rabbits are an endangered and rare species, best known for their tiny size. An adult specimen of the breed easily fits into a palm.

Satin Angora Rabbit

The Satin Angora rabbit has wool that is finer, softer and silkier than other Angora rabbits. They are happy bunnies that are friendly with everyone.

Mini Satin Rabbit

Like the standard Satin rabbit, the Mini Satin Rabbit has a beautiful coat that is desirable at shows. It is gentle and calm, making it an ideal pet.

Continental Giant Rabbit

The Continental Giant Rabbit is of the oldest and largest rabbit breeds. This rabbit breed is intelligent, friendly, and easy to train.