What Breed Of Rabbit Is The Cutest, Smartest, And Least Vicious? (In Your Opinion)

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Mini Lops are fantastic for families especially with young children.
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I have a Holland Lop. They are the smallest breed of lop-eared rabbits, not weighing more than 4 pounds and therefore, remain quite cute =) As for being smart, you can train pretty much any breed of rabbit to be litter trained and some will respond to being called. Certain breeds are more docile than others...like the holland lop, dutch, and himalayan. But like any animal, the more you handle a rabbit, the less aggressive they will be.
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The English lop-eared rabbit is one of the oldest breeds of domestic rabbit. Varying in size, colour, and ear length, they will remain cute, soft, furry and gentle.
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I have two rabbits of the same age (6 months) from different litters.  My buck is a caramel lionhead called Rupert, and the doe is a white a grey Old English X lionhead.  Rupert is exceptionally affectionate.  If you get up and walk across the room he will be between your feet the whole way.  If you are sitting he will stand on his back legs and watch you and eventually jump up to be made a fuss of.  He loves cuddles and wants to be involved in anything you are doing.  He's very forgiving and quite cheeky.  He stole a piece of pizza from my partner's plate recently!  Rafferty is quite shy but friendly.  She doesn't really like to be carried, but she did have a fall when she was a few months' old.  She is very inquisitive and exceptionally determined.  She learns very fast, especially if you don't want her to!    She's quite bossy with Rupert and takes the best bits of food and hides them if you don't intervene, but also runs to him when she is scared.  They are very close and spend all their time snuggled together or playing.
Neither have ever been remotely aggressive, both are handled daily, both are fast learners.  They have litter trained themselves, although unfortunately they have also chosen a space in their hutch which is too small for a litter tray and so have to use a takeaway tray there!
We got them when they were 12weeks old and have handled them and spent time with them daily.  I would suggest that personality comes at least partly from  the way you raise them, and what they are used to.  Build trust and they will adore you.
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Rabbits are like people in that they all have different personalities, having raised show rabbits for many years, keep in mind they are all different. Depends what breed you're interested in. I had a rabbit that would try to attack anyone who walked by her pen, even to feed her, so I had to put leather gloves on to feed her everyday, She must have been Satan's rabbit in her last life!!
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I personally think that the american fuzzy lop is the cutest breed, but the tan looks the coolest.
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I think tan dwarfs are the cutest, and I'm really really hoping to get one, maybe a tan one, and I always thought they had no personality, except for a few things, but after reading what you guys wrote, I know I'll love my rabbit with my life.
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My rabbit is a dwarf lops and it is tiny.it's poop is the size of pellets and it acts like a dog . It is multicoloured
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I have a gorgeous male Lionhead rabbit. He is really active, sweet and friendly - although he is a little territorial, but then all male rabbits are like that. Most Lionheads have big bushy manes which are a nightmare to brush (they also get hay stuck in their fur), but, however, my rabbit is maneless. I don't mind. It's less of a hassle. Lionheads are very loyal. They remain small, and if handled, are very light. Some don't like to be handled - I would know, but it all depends on the rabbit's personality. If you would like a specific type of temperament, I would suggest that you see the rabbit you plan to buy first and monitor it's behavior. For example, my rabbit is the bunny-version action man - he's totally photogenic too. My sister's rabbit, however, has a large mane and tiny button eyes. He is shy and rarely goes on the floor because my sister has not mastered the art of handling. If you put a camera in front of him, he'd probably back away. All in all, Lionhead rabbits are (in my opinion) the cutest of them all.
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For me my lionhead is the sweetest rabbit I have ever had in my whole entire life but they quite rare and a little on the expensive side but they always remain small sweet and lovable. They also do not need much grooming.
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In my opinion a holland lop rabbit is the best rabbit for you and your family because they are cute,smart and freindly with humans and other animals.
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Hi my name is dakota and I think a min Holland lop is the beast rabbit for a family they have relly good timps and are good with kids
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To be honest I don't frickin know however I'm about to by one on the summer holiday and just befor coming on here I read about the mini lop bunny and it said there cute and bla bla but be careful if you innoy them of theyll ut scares on you
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Dwarf lop eared!! They live for a about 8-10years and are so cute from baby to elderly! Mines 7 - 8 at easter 2010 (this year) and is still very cute very very friendly, playful and loves cuddles! Cuddling him right now!!!!!! Love him to bits xxx

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