Netherland Dwarf Rabbits Available for Adoption in the UK

Netherland Dwarfs are the smallest breed of rabbit weighing just over 1kg. They have small upright ears. Don’t be fooled by their size though, they’ll still need lots of space to run about.

The following rabbits are available for adoption (not sale) from a range of rescue centres and some private individuals. Click on the indivdual rabbit to find out more about them and how to adopt.

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Sex: Neutered Male
Breed: Netherland Dwarf
Age: 2 years
Location: Yorkshire
Status: Single

[Currently Reserved]

Sex: Neutered Male
Breed: Netherland Dwarf
Age: 2 years
Location: Leicestershire
Status: Single

I've been waiting
4 months for a home!

Sex: Neutered Female
Breed: Netherland Dwarf
Age: 1 years
Location: Essex
Status: Single

Sex: Male
Breed: Netherland Dwarf
Age: < 1 year
Location: Greater Manchester
Status: Single
Sex: Neutered Male
Breed: Netherland Dwarf
Age: 1 years
Location: Greater Manchester
Status: Single

[Currently Reserved]

Sex: Female
Breed: Netherland Dwarf
Age: < 1 year
Location: Greater Manchester
Status: Single

[Currently Reserved]


Sex: Neutered Female
Breed: Netherland Dwarf
Age: 4 years
Location: Hertfordshire
Status: Bonded
Sex: Female
Breed: Netherland Dwarf
Age: 1 years
Location: Warwickshire
Status: Single
Sex: Male
Breed: Netherland Dwarf
Age: 1 years
Location: Warwickshire
Status: Single

Sex: Neutered Male
Breed: Netherland Dwarf
Age: 2 years
Location: Yorkshire
Status: Single
Sex: Neutered Male
Breed: Dutch
Age: 1 years
Location: Essex
Status: Bonded
Sex: Neutered Female
Breed: Netherland Dwarf
Age: < 1 year
Location: Essex
Status: Single

[Currently Reserved]


Sex: Neutered Female
Breed: Netherland Dwarf
Age: 2 years
Location: London
Status: Bonded
Sex: Neutered Female
Breed: Netherland Dwarf
Age: < 1 year
Location: Greater Manchester
Status: Single

I've been waiting
5 months for a home!

[Currently Reserved]

Sex: Neutered Female
Breed: Lionhead
Age: 5 years
Location: Hertfordshire
Status: Bonded

I've been waiting
55 months for a home!


Sex: Neutered Male
Breed: Netherland Dwarf
Age: 6 years
Location: Hertfordshire
Status: Bonded

I've been waiting
46 months for a home!

Sex: Neutered Male
Breed: Netherland Dwarf
Age: 3 years
Location: Hertfordshire
Status: Bonded
Sex: Neutered Female
Breed: Netherland Dwarf
Age: 9 years
Location: Hertfordshire
Status: Bonded

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For more rescues that may have rabbits available, please view our list of rabbit rescues. The Rabbit Welfare Association also hold a rescue list, accessible via their helpline on 0844 324 6090.

If you visit a rescue please let them know about Rabbit Rehome so they can list rabbits too.

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