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Rabbit Breed - December 4th 2016, 11:59 PM

2 years ago I bought my rabbit from a breeder I found on Facebook, when she was 6 weeks old. When I went to get her they said she was part Lionhead, but couldn't remember what else she was. Is there any way to find out what other breed she is?
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Re: Rabbit Breed - December 5th 2016, 12:49 AM

You can contact the breeder and ask them. That's the only way I know how to find out breed information.

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Re: Rabbit Breed - December 5th 2016, 01:28 AM


It's always hard to tell what breed a rabbit is. I've had a few rabbits and there was one that I struggled to figure out what the other breed was. Like Jenna said above you can contact the breeder and ask them again. There's also a DNA test that you can do to find out what breed it is (unless this is only available for dogs and cats, I'm not 100% sure).

I also found a link that has most bunny breeds, colours, and body types that hopefully you can find what it's also mixed with. Here's the website. You can also try posting a picture or PMing me one and I can have a look to see if I can figure it out. Rabbits are one of my favourite animals.

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