Not only are rabbits cute, they also make some of the most adorable pets in the world. Most people find it easy to distinguish rabbits however some breeds are not easy to identify. In this article, we will be taking you through different breeds of rabbits that you need to know.
Beveran are among the big rabbits breeds that exist today. They are also among the oldest fur rabbits. Beveran rabbits come in various colors like brown, white, black and lilac among others. If you are looking for the rare bevarans, consider the pointed Beveran which features white tipped hairs that look amazing.
The American Chinchilla is clearly defined by a somehow slate blue and wavy white fur that often has a distinguishing black surface color. In terms of weight, medium sized chinchilla can weigh anywhere between nine to 12 pounds. Besides, the Chinchilla has noticeable shoulders and upright ears. If you considering having one as your pet be ready to brush it’s coat once a week.
The Flemish is distinguished by its short, glossy and densely textured coat which is wither back, white or blue like in color. Like the name suggests, the Flemish is big or giant like, it weighs approximately 14 pounds. One good thing about the Flemish Giant is that it’s very calm and affectionate. You however, ought to be careful as it can reverse back once it’s handled incorrectly. Think of grooming and the Flemish giant will give you an easy task as it has a short fur.
Mini rex come with a velvety plush like Rex Fur texture which is quite good to feel. It also features a short fur that is either black, red, opal, blue among other colors. The mini Rex Rabbits can weighs between 3.5 to 4.5 pounds. They also have a medium length face, small ears and rounded body. Mini Rex Rabbits are suitable as pets because they are friendly and also tolerate to handling. If you are looking for a rabbit pet, the mini rex should be top in our list.
Himalayan rabbits are small and have a narrow flat and long body. Distinguishing features of the Himalayan rabbit breed are its thin upright ears and long head. On average, they weigh 2 to 4 pounds. In terms of fr and texture, the Himalayan Rabbit comes in as a white rabbit with shades of brown, black or blue colors around its nose, tail, ears and legs. It’s quite docile and this makes it a good pet. Its coat is quite easy to clean; a mere slick brush will do a good job.
These are small fluffy rabbits that reach a maximum of 4 pounds. Their soft fur and petite size makes them to be among the most preferred pocket rabbit pets. Their name is derived from the lionlike mane that covers their heads. Some lionhead rabbits feature a double or single mane. The double mane is rather long and extends around their body. They mostly have a gentle disposition and are very willing to play.
We have to agree that our list is not exhaustive, there are still many different breeds of rabbits that we haven’t mentioned. However, if you want to be in a position to easily identify rabbits, you ought to pay attention to their eye color, color of coat and ears as well. For the ears, most are either erect or drooping.