Known as the friendliest breed!
The Dutch rabbit is a small to medium sized rabbit, typically weighing around 4 pounds with a particularly marked color pattern. Essentially, they are a white rabbit, with a colored base coat. They have well-rounded, compact bodies, with short, strong legs, and a broad head with full cheeks, and short, erect ears.
A correctly marked exhibit will have white markings with a white blaze, front and back feet with a distinctive white line meeting evenly with a single colored fur from the mid-body to the tail. The head should have an inverted “V” design of white fur over the nose, muzzle, and up towards the eyes; with the colored fur surrounding the cheeks, eyes, and ears.