Lionhead Rabbit

Series of dimensioned side elevation illustrations of the Lionhead Rabbit

The Lionhead Rabbit has a lion-like mane with an upright body type and short ears. They are considered to be a fancy breed. Lionhead rabbits were first bred in Belgium and later became popular in the United States in 1990s.

Lionhead Rabbits have a lot of hair that should be brushed at least once a week. They grow a thicker coat in the winter and shed during the spring. Some have a single mane and others have a double mane. They are generally well-mannered, friendly and easy to train. Their diet mainly consists of hay.

Lionhead Rabbits have a shoulder height of 5”-6.5” (12.7-16.5 cm), body length between 8”-10” (20.3-25.4 cm), and an overall weight in the range of 2.5-3.5 lb (1.1-1.6 kg). The ears of a Lionhead Rabbit are 2”-3” (5-7.6 cm) in length. The typical lifespan of a Lionhead Rabbit is 7-9 years in captivity.


*Under Development*

5”-6.5” | 12.7-16.5 cm
8”-10” | 20.3-25.4 cm
2.5-3.5 lb | 1.1-1.6 kg
Ear Length:
2”-3” | 5-7.6 cm
Scientific Name:
7-9 years (captivity)


Drawings include:

Lionhead Rabbit side elevation (standing), front (standing)

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Lagomorphs are small to medium sized mammals that resemble rodents, which are their closest relatives. Lagomorphs have short tales and flaps of skin that meet behind their incisor to allow gnawing with the mouth cavity closed. All Lagomorphs are herbivores and feed on grasses and small plants.