Thursday, April 5, 2012

How long does it take for a Netherland dwarf rabbit to fully grow

Many Netherland dwarf rabbit owners are curious to know how long does it take before their bunny are fully grown. Some might want to get the bunny neutered when it grow old enough to control it behavior, while some other just love taking care of their baby dwarf bunny so they want to know how long it is going to last before the rabbit is finally grown up.

Actually it isn't really hard to tell if your bunny had fully grown, Netherland dwarf rabbits average lifespan are known to be around 8-10 years. It usually take around 1 and a half years for your bunny to be considered as a fully grown rabbit. This is the age where your rabbits are grown to their full size.

To make it simpler, here are some quick note about Netherland dwarf rabbit's lifespan:

Average lifespan : 8 to 10 years

Fully grown age :  1 years and 6 month

Suitable age to get the bunny neutered : 4 - 6 month age

Suitable age to be separated from it mother : 8 to 12 week

A fully grown dwarf rabbits are usually around 5-6inci in size, More info about netherland dwarf rabbits size can be found here.

3 comments:

  1. can i neuter my bunny when it is already one year old

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  2. can i spay my bunny when it is already one year old also

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