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Lionhead Rabbits

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Lionhead History

The Lionhead is a new breed of domestic rabbit, who’s woolen mane resembles that of a male lion, hence the name. The breed originates from Belgium where it is said that breeders accidentally produced the Lionhead by crossing a Miniature Swiss Fox and a Netherland Dwarf in an attempt to make a long coated dwarf rabbit. The gene mutation that occurred caused wool to appear around the head, and this desirable gene is now known as the “mane” gene.

The Lionhead has been recognised by the British Rabbit Council since 2002, but the American Rabbit Breeders’ Association (ARBA) only recently accepted it in 2014. The breed was labelled as being in “Certificate of Development” until there were three successful presentations of the breed. Now it has become accepted by the ARBA standards in the varieties Ruby Eyed White and Tortoise.

A Lionhead rabbit should weight somewhere between 2 ½ pounds and 3 ¾ pounds (1.1kg and 1.7kg) and have short, well furred 2” to 3” ears.

Lionhead Behaviour

Most people will tell you that Lionheads are friendly and intelligent rabbits. It's possible to train them, and they have been known to understand certain commands like come and play.

Lionhead Varieties

Ruby Eyed White and Tortoise. Single maned and double maned.

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Lionhead Pictures

My Precious Twinkle
Rosie & buddy
A child caring for a lionhead rabbit
Rabbits enjoying snacking :)
Taking a rabbit for a walk.
Tunnel time
summer time
A large fluffy bunny rabbit with grey fur in a garden
Frizzle enjoying a back scratch!
Autumn ????????
Here is Autumn, a little more grown up from the previous pictures added :D
my rabbit autumn playing when its autmn!xx
its christams!
Enjoying the shade
wow, how cool
!!soooo cute
playing with my toys
playing rugby

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Lionhead Rabbit - Jené,

Lionhead bunnies are beautiful and sweet bunnies. I’ve had 3 now… one for & two little bucks. They make very nice little pets if spayed/neutered and cared for properly. It’s best to keep bunnies indoors as “house rabbits” as they are prey animals. Bunnies are very clean and can be litter box trained. My little Lionhead doe, “Twinkle” is in the Lionhead bunny pictures for reference. This picture is when she was a baby.