What breed is my bunny?

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  1. Jan 30, 2019 #1

    Mykenzie Atkinson

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    how much does he or she weigh that would help a bit looks like a broken havana rabbit to me
     
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    Mykenzie Atkinson

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    He weighs about 2 pounds
     
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    how old is he is he fully grown or a youngster if he is fully grown i would say a polish mix
     
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    His ears are to long to be polish
     
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    i know that why i suggested a mix but how old is this little guy ( sorry it took me awhile btw >.<) if he isnt fully grown i would say he a broken havana rabbit but if he is than a polish or dwarf mix . i had a female dwarf mix named shouka ( who sadly passed away), I also have a black Havana rabbit who is 6 years old ( his body structure is similiar to her's when she was younger she's a older bun now 6 years i had her) and i have a poilsh rabbit ( or a false dwarf either one of those)
     
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    I'd try a new scale. I'd be very, very, very surprised if that rabbit was 2 lbs. That's smaller than your average netherland dwarf.
    Your rabbit looks like a mixed breed. Appearance-wise it looks closest to a broken havana but most rabbits tend towards that sort of build and ear shape after a couple generations of crossing.
     

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