Lionhead rabbits thrive on a diet primarily made up of hay or freeze-dried grass and fresh vegetables, with pet-food pellets making up less than half of an adult rabbit's diet. Young rabbits can be given a slightly large... More »

The American Rabbit Breeders Association states that lionhead rabbits have a maximum permissible weight of 3 3/4 pounds. The North American Lionhead Rabbit Club is the ARBA-sanctioned breed club. More »

The most common dwarf rabbit breed is the Netherland dwarf, which grows to be 1.5 to 2.6 pounds as an adult. Other dwarf rabbit breeds are larger, reaching 4 or 5 pounds as adults due to outcrossing with non-dwarf breeds... More »

Rabbits require a balanced diet made up of different foods, such as hay, pellets and fresh vegetables. Hay is one of the most important components of a healthy rabbit diet and should be provided at all times. Pellet food... More »

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According to About.com, pet rabbits should have a diet that is mainly composed of fresh grass hay and vegetables. Pellets and occasional treats may be added as well to provide some variety. More »

Teacup bunnies, or Netherland dwarf rabbits, require a diet consisting of vegetables, hay, water and pellets. Due to their smaller size, their gastrointestinal systems are more delicate than other rabbits, and must be fe... More »

Netherland Dwarf rabbits thrive on a diet of fresh, high-quality rabbit pellets; the National Research Council recommends an ideal nutrient ratio of 20 percent fiber, 15 percent protein and 3 percent fat. In order to avo... More »