Originating in Germany in the 1950s, the Mini Lop rabbit arrived in the United States in the early 1970s. This small, stocky rabbit breed is now a favorite among people who share their lives with rabbits.
Learn about the wild rabbits in your rabbit’s family tree, some of which are quite unique and quite rare.
The big, lovable Flemish Giant rabbit breed can reach the size of a small to medium dog. The size of these rabbits make them stand out in the rabbit world.
The Dutch rabbit breed is small, easygoing, hardy, and sports a distinctive look. All factors that add to the breed’s enormous popularity. Learn more about the Dutch rabbit!
Perfected in Holland, the tiny Netherland Dwarf rabbit proved irresistible to rabbit fans in the mid 20th century, and its popularity continues to this day. Find out why!
The velvety Mini Rex rabbit originated in Texas to cast its charm on people since the 1980s. Find out more about what makes the Mini Rex unique and captifying.
Rabbits are small, furry mammals usually known for their ears and reproductive capability. But rabbits are more complicated than that, especially pet rabbits.
The Holland Lop rabbit is one of the most popular breeds in the United States today. Learn about the history and characteristics of this small rabbit breed.
Dwarf bunnies are adorable, smaller breeds of pet rabbits, but just being small doesn’t automatically make a rabbit a dwarf.
Bunnies can enter your life in many ways, and if you didn’t adopt your little fluffball from a rabbit breeder, you might wonder about your rabbit’s breed. Of course you love your rabbit no matter the breed or breeds in his or her ancestry.