The following is a list of rabbit breeds for sale:
- American Fuzzy Lop (AFS) – The American Fuzzy Lop is a dwarf breed that was first developed in the US and then further developed in the UK. It’s often referred to as the “mini lop” because of its short ears, thick fur and round body shape.
- Blue Faced Leicester – The Blue Faced Leicester is another breed that was first developed in England. This breed was created by crossing a New Zealand white rabbit with a British Columbia blue rabbit and then breeding this offspring together over several generations.
- Californian – The Californian was developed in California during the 1950s as an all-white variety of New Zealand White rabbits which were crossed with other breeds such as French Angoras and Holland lops. Today you’ll find Californians in many colors including black, blue and brown or combinations thereof
The following are some of the most popular rabbit breeds for sale.
American Fuzzy Lop
The American Fuzzy Lop (AFL) is a small, sweet and furry rabbit. The AFR is known for its long silky fur and large round eyes. These rabbits can come in many colors including black, white, blue-eyed white, brown-eyed white and chocolate. They have small compact bodies with short ears and very short legs which makes them great for children.
Rabbit Breeds For Sale
The Angora rabbit is one of the most popular breeds of rabbits available today because of their soft wool coat that can be harvested each year to make yarn or felt. There are two types of Angora rabbits: English Angora and French Angora. The English breed has a longer coat while French Angoras have shorter coats but both produce wool that can be harvested by hand or machine shearing every year or two.
There are many different Rabbit Breeds, including the English Angora, Holland Lop, Mini Lop and Netherland Dwarf. The American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA) recognizes over 100 breeds of rabbits in the United States alone.
Here are some of the most popular rabbit breeds for sale:
American Fuzzy Lop – This breed has a long floppy ears that hang down over its face. It’s also known for having a long fluffy fur coat that is usually gray or brown in color with white highlights.
English Angora – This breed has long silky fur that comes from growing angora wool. Their coats come in various colors such as white, black and gray. They often have dark eyes and nose with pink feet and ears. They can weigh up to 14 pounds when fully grown but they don’t grow much taller than 10 inches tall at the shoulder.
Holland Lop – This breed has short rounded ears and a compact body shape that makes it easy to handle by children or adults alike! They come in many different colors including blue-eyed white, black-eyed white, blue roan and chocolate roan (brown).
Mini Lop – This is another popular rabbit breed because of its small size which makes it easier
If you are looking for the perfect rabbit breed to add to your family, then you have come to the right place! At Petal Pushers, we carry a wide variety of breeds from all over the world. Our rabbits are healthy and well-socialized. They are raised on our farm and live with their own families in our home.
We offer several different types of rabbits for sale, including:
Lop Eared Rabbits
There are many different kinds of rabbits. Some of them have been around for thousands of years, while others are a more recent addition to the pet rabbit world.
The following is a list of some of the most popular breeds:
American Sable – An American Sable is a cross between an American Chinchilla and Beveren. This breed is recognized by the ARBA.
American Chinchilla – This breed has been around since at least 1892. It was developed in Kansas City, Missouri by breeders who were trying to create a new breed that would be more suited to cold climates than other varieties. The American Chinchilla is recognized as a breed by both ARBA and UKC.
Californian – This breed was developed in California in the 1960s by crossing New Zealand White with Flemish Giants and Silver Fox rabbits, among others. It’s recognized as an ARBA breed but not by any other major registry groups at this time because it lacks enough genetic diversity to allow for consistent results from generation to generation. If you want one though, you can always find one through eBay or other online pet stores!
Dutch – Dutch rabbits were brought over