What breed is this black/white mix bunny?

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Amaretti

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His adoption page said “dwarf bunny rabbit mix” or something to that effect.
English spot/Netherland dwarf? Checkered giant /netherland dwarf? Other?? Lol
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Not any English spot. A lot of people who think “oh it’s any color with white it must be a English spot or checkered giant or a mix of that” this is not true most all breeds can have this type of colors. I would definitely say a pure Netherland Dwarf.
 

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Not an english spot or checkered giant mix at all. That coloration is found in many, many breeds of rabbit.
Looks like either or a Polish mix or a Netherland Dwarf mix to me. Not a pure netherland dwarf.
 

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We adopted a shelter rabbit and was told she was a full grown English spot mix about 9 months old and 7 pounds, but very skinny. She filled out and grew for the next 9 months--turned to be a Checkered Giant and topped out at 20 pounds. If you check the bridge section, I have pics of Finn with his eulogy and they could be brothers.
 

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