The Breed of My Rabbit?

by Martha

Does anyone know the breed of my rabbit, Paul? He looks like a Netherland Dwarf (the tapered ears and smallish looking body) but he's only about 9 weeks old so it's hard to tell what he is, really.
The woman I bought him from didn't know what breed he is. I don't particularly care about his breed, but I am curious to know so I can have a better understanding of his natural temperament, possible health problems, etc

I named him after Paul Atreides from the novel series Dune. He's so adorable, isn't he? :D

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Aug 07, 2016
Not English spot NEW
by: Anonymous

That's definetly not an English spot, lots of people mistake spotted rabbits for English spots. Even if you google an English spot it looks nothing like that. They are arched breeds, with a trail of spots or a stripe down their back, and only have a few spots on the sides and much larger ears. That is probably a dwarf mix.

Jan 19, 2015
English spot NEW
by: Melanie evans

I no tht fellas from anywhere I know you may of sent that pic long ago but I wanted to let you no tht that's English spot defentley I had one he passed away on my birthday in October the 4th 2014 on my birthday

Yup defentley English spot there

Nov 26, 2014
rabbit NEW
by: Anonymous

Definitely English spot in there :)

Oct 16, 2014
bun NEW
by: Anonymous

Nethie and his markings look like an English spot

Jun 27, 2014
netherland dwarf NEW
by: Anonymous

He is really adorable. Looks like the size and shape of my netherland dwarf when we brought her home at 8 weeks.

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