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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Getting Bunny, have a question!

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    • Bunny Lover
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      I am getting a bunny tommorow, and I have one question. How big do Netherland Dwarf bunnies get?

      Thank You!


    • Elena Niznik
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      Hiya lil pinkie. I have a polish rabbit which is often confused with a netherland dwarf they are both very similar breeds. My bunny Boo is 1.4lbs (0.6kgs) and she is fully grown. Netherland dwarfs generally do not grow any larger than 0.9kgs but i cant be certain. If you are worried that your bunny will grow too big then you should n’t because netherland dwarfs are tiny and uber cute. Hope that helps.


    • Bunny Lover
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      Thank you!

      Yeah, I don’t want a huge bunny. Thanks again!


    • Anita Stark
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      My bunny Sable is a Netherland dwarf.  He weighs in at about 1.2kg or a little over 2.5lbs.  He is almost 7 months old so I think this is a big as he is going to get.  I think I’ve read that they can be up to about 4.5lbs on the high end.

      Come back and tell us all about your new bunny!


    • Bunny Lover
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      Okay, thanks again!


    • Gina Won
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      I love your name by the way, Lil Pinkie! Congrats on getting a new love (bunny)! I have a regular dwarf, I don’t think he’s a Netherland, but he weighs in at about 2.8 lbs. As far as the Netherland Dwarfs I’ve met, most of them were under 3 lbs, save for this one obese bunny boy but that had more to do with his diet than his genetics or breed. Hope that helps!


    • Theresa Moan
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      Hi Lil Pinkie!
      My first bunny was a dwarf, and we got her from a petstore. However she got to be about 4-4.5 lbs.
      So I believe she was a mix of a dwarf and something else.
      We adopted a true dwarf for her friend, and he was only about 3 lbs.
      Now, we only own BBBs, or big beautiful buns…
      Our smallest is probably 5-5.5 lbs, and we have one that is about 8 lbs!


    • Bunny Lover
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      Thanks everyone! I got a not yet named, black and white speckled Mini Rex bunny. I don’t know how big they get, but I holding him right now and he’s pretty small. I think he’s still about 2-3 months. He is soooooooooo sweet!


    • Gravehearted
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      hi Lil Pinkie – welcome & congrats on your new bunny!

      Welcome to the community – there are lots of people here who can answer any bunny related questions.

      There is also a lot of information on BinkyBunny about how to take care of your new bunny, which will be helpful for you.

      House Rabbit Care Guide https://www.binkybunny.com/BUNNYINFO/tabid/53/Default.aspx


    • Cuddles_Momma
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      Awww congrats on the new baby! (bunny that is)

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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Getting Bunny, have a question!