What kind of rabbit do I have?

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Angelate

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Hello,

I was told it is a lion head rabbit. I don't thing he is. He definitely is a mixture.
What do you think?

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Yes, he looks lionhead.
 
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He is definately a lionhead, and definately harlequin! But, I am not sure that matters because he is an absolute DARLING!
 

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more correctly... vienna marked black japanese harlequin.

Lionhead or lionhead mix.
the tufts of fur may or may not last.
most likely a single mane lionhead.
 

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He is definately a lionhead, and definately harlequin! But, I am not sure that matters because he is an absolute DARLING!
It does not matter, I was just curious, he is the first one I ever seen. I bought him from a breeder he said is lion head, the mother don't look like this and his siblings were black, and white.
 

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He looks like he's not fully grown to me... it'll be hard to totally tell until he is. If you got him at a pet store, then he's probably a mix. Pet stores rarely have purebreeds.

I was told mine were Netherland Dwarves, and as babies they looked it. As adults, though, they're clearly not full dwarves, both for their size and conformation.
 

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he's a harliquin marked lionhead, or a lionhead crossed with a harliquin, or he's a wool breed crossed to a harliquin.
 

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