It's QUICK and FREE
The Alaska Rabbit is a medium sized rabbit that is only recognised in black. It originates from Germany.
The Argente Rabbit is an old French rabbit breed whose size varies accordingly to its colour.
The Belgian Hare Rabbit is a distinctive, long limbed rabbit which has been bred to look like a hare.
The Cashmere Lop is a medium sized, long haired rabbit that was developed in Wales from the Dwarf Lop.
The Dutch Rabbit is a friendly rabbit with a distinctive bi-colour coat. This breed of rabbit makes an ideal family pet.
The Dwarf Lop was developed from the French Lop rabbit and is a smaller version of that breed. The Dwarf Lop rabbit is also known as the Mini Lop.
The English Angora Rabbit is one of the oldest breeds of domesticated rabbit, with a characteristic coat of rich, long, silky fur.
At the opposite end of the size scale to Dwarf Rabbits is the vast and gentle Flemish Giant Rabbit.
The German Lop Rabbit is a large, cobby, flat faced, medium sized rabbit, with a distinctive ‘Roman’ nose.
The Havana rabbit is a very pretty small rabbit breed, with a lustrous coat.
The Himalayan Rabbit is a slim, medium sized rabbit, with a famously laid back temperament. This rabbit has very distinctive black and white colouring with striking red eyes.
The Lionhead Rabbit is a small rabbit with a distinctive ‘lions’ mane’ ruff.
The Miniature Lop Rabbit is the smallest of the Lop family, and is also known as the Holland Lop.
The Netherland Dwarf Rabbit is the smallest of the recognised rabbit breeds.
A popular companion rabbit variety, introduced to the UK in the early 20th century
The Polish Rabbit is named after its shiny ‘polished’ coat, not because it comes from Poland. The little British Polish rabbit is a lively and intelligent bunny.
The Rex Rabbit has a luxurious velvety coat and comes in both standard and mini sizes.
The Satin Rabbit is a medium size rabbit breed that was developed in the USA. The Satin Rabbit has transparent guard hairs, that give the coat an extraordinary sheen.
The Silver Foxs rabbit breed is named after the grey coloured mutation of the red fox, the silver fox, whose coat its fur resembles.