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Commonly called “eye of the fancy” the Dwarf Hotot is characterized by their completely white coat and a circle or band of color around each eye. They are compact in size with a gentle rollback coat and have a broad head with upright, small ears.
There can also be chocolate and blue banded rabbits but these are less common. The Dwarf Hotot is considered a fancy breed, weighting only 3 lbs, which gives them no commercial value. They a usually friendly rabbits but sometimes tend to be moody.
These rabbits are considered one of the cutest and to top it off, they need little grooming (avoid bathing). They need a good diet with plenty of hay for good digestions due to their small size. Dwarf Hotots are mostly used as show rabbits and as pets.
Dwarf Hotot Rabbits For Sale In Arkansas
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