TYPES OF RABBITS
The Lionheads came into the US in the 1990s and got accepted as a breed by the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA) in 2014. Such recognition makes the bun type eligible to compete in rabbit shows.
The Dwarf Lionhead is a teeny-weeny bunny with a distinctive wool mane that makes it look like a tiny lion. It has a compact body with erect ears that seem rather large for such a small rabbit.
Coat Type and Color
Dwarf Lionheads make great pets because of their docile and friendly nature. They’re playful and energetic, but they also enjoy some cuddling time if you let them get used to being held from a young age.
Your tiny bun can live indoors or outdoors, provided you keep him safe and comfortable. Keep him away from predators and make sure he doesn’t get cold during winter and hot in summer.