Dutch rabbits are known for their distinctive black and white color pattern. The breed has a white base coat with black markings around the face, ears, and feet. They have a medium-sized body, typically weighing between 4-6 pounds, with a compact and well-proportioned body. They are known for being docile, friendly, and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament and make great pets for families or individuals. They are also good for showing, and are one of the oldest breeds of domestic rabbit. They have a short, smooth coat that requires minimal grooming to maintain. They are known for their hardiness and adaptability, making them well-suited for outdoor living.