Rabbit Breeds from A to Z

So – are you interested in rabbits

It is thought that there are at least 305 domestic rabbit breeds in the world. A breed of rabbits is standardized by natural selection or, more often, by size, fur (length, quality or color) developed by selective breeding for specific traits.


  • American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA)
  • Associations such as the British Rabbit Council (BRC)

coordinate and standardize the desired traits of breeds through promotion and demonstration.


Hulstlander Rabbit

Hulstlander rabbit; It is a relatively new species and was bred by J. de Graaf in the Hulstlanden area of Overijssel. He used White Vienna rabbit and blue-eyed...


Belgian Hare Rabbit

The Belgian Hare Rabbit is an unusual type of domestic rabbit. With its slender build, long legs and ears, and long head shape, it looks more like a rabbit...


Deilenaar Rabbit Breeds

Deilenaar was developed by a breeder from the town of Deil in Betuwe. The breeder Mr. Ridderhof never disclosed the rabbits he created the new breed, but...


French Lop Rabbit

The French Lop rabbit is a very ancient breed. The French Lop was first bred as a meat rabbit in France around 1850. It is believed to have been produced by...