One of the major hurdles that new rabbit owners face is the noise. Thumping, squealing, chewing, and running can be a shock for people who aren’t used to having an animal around the house.
If you’re worried about how your neighbors or landlord might respond to a noisy rabbit or want to make sure that your rabbit won’t startle guests in your home, consider one of these six breeds.
Netherland Dwarf Rabbits
The Netherland Dwarf rabbit is a small breed that, despite its name, is not the smallest of the rabbit breeds. In fact, it’s only about half an inch shorter than a Mini Lop rabbit. This makes it one of the most adorable little pets you can have!
They are good for people who want a pet but don’t have much space or time to spend with them. Netherland Dwarf Rabbits are very social and active in their cages; they love being able to run around and explore new things—so make sure you provide your bunny with plenty of toys!
Mini Lop Rabbit
Mini Lop Rabbits are a medium-sized rabbit breed that was first bred in Belgium. They are known for their long, floppy ears and have been described as “the most affectionate” of all the rabbit breeds.
Mini Lops are great lap pets, but they also make good house companions because they don’t emit very much noise—even when left alone for long periods of time. While this doesn’t mean you should neglect your Mini Lop entirely.
It does imply that you can feel comfortable leaving them home alone without worrying about them getting bored or lonely, since they’re not going to run around the house making too much noise.
If you’re looking for a bunny who will snuggle up on your lap when you need some cuddle time or just want an animal companion that’s easygoing and calm (without being completely silent), then consider adding a Mini Lop to your household!
Mini Rex Rabbit
Mini Rex rabbits are docile and quiet. They’re a popular breed in the United States, but they’re also small, cute, and good for first-time rabbit owners. They’re very easy to care for and make great pets for families with children or other pets (like dogs).
Plus, Mini Rex rabbits are naturally curious about their surroundings. So they’ll be happy exploring outdoors if you provide them with an enclosure or safe pen area!
Dutch rabbits are large, heavy, and docile. They’re also have the name “Giant Chinchillas.” Dutch rabbits are one of the larger rabbit breeds and tend to weigh from 7 to 14 pounds.
A Dutch rabbit can be a little more difficult to handle because they’re so big and heavy, but they make excellent pets if you have the patience and space for them. Dutch rabbits are very docile.
Which makes them easier to handle than other breeds. They also train easily when it comes to litter box use and bunny proofing – just make sure that your bunny doesn’t learn any naughty habits!
The Dutch rabbit has been used as an experimental animal in labs around the world since at least 1885 when Charles Darwin used one during his research on inheritance patterns in animals
English Angora Rabbit
English Angora rabbits are one of the most popular rabbit breeds. They have long, soft fur and come in a variety of colors.
English Angoras are very quiet rabbits with an even temperament. They don’t jump much and they don’t chew on furniture or other household items, making them a good option if you want to keep your rabbit indoors.
They make great pets because they’re very affectionate and intelligent!
Extra Quiet Bunnies
We’ve done the research, and these are the rabbit breeds that tend to be quieter than others. These rabbits can be ideal for families with small children or those who live in apartments.
- The Dwarf Hotot: This breed have a calm temperament and friendly personality. If you want a quiet rabbit that’s easy to train, this could be the one for you.
- The American Chinchilla: These medium-sized rabbits are very gentle and affectionate, making them perfect pets for older children or people who like to cuddle with their pets after a long day at work. They’re also great companions because they don’t require as much attention as some other breeds do (for example, they’ll happily eat their meals on their own). This makes them great companions if you are short on time, to spend cleaning up after your animals every day!
- The Havana Brown: Known as one of “the friendliest breeds” around today because they get along well with everyone else – even cats or dogs – this type of rabbit is especially good choice if you live in an apartment since it makes little noise when walking around on its feet compared with other types such as Angoras.” This means less noise pollution when trying out new tricks while training him/her!”
There is no doubt that owning a pet rabbit can be an amazing experience, but it’s important to remember that these animals aren’t for everyone. While some rabbits are very quiet and easy to care for.
Others require more attention than their owners may have time for. If you live in an apartment or small house where noise might be an issue then consider adopting one of these six breeds instead!
Hi! I’m Lala, and I’m the owner of RabbitLala.com. When I’m not writing about rabbits, I enjoy traveling, trying out new recipes and enjoying my hobbies.
I’ve always loved animals, so it was no surprise when I started a website devoted to one specific animal: rabbits! Rabbits are amazing creatures, and there’s so much to learn about them.
I love traveling and trying out new recipes, and my hobbies include crocheting and painting.