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Home Forums HOUSE RABBIT Q & A is my rabbit a dwarf?

This topic contains 11sd replies, has 6 voices, and was last updated by  LBJ10 9 months, 2 weeks ago.

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    easter
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    I recently got my snuggle bun Luna, and was told she is a dwarf, the woman seemed to think that my other rabbit is a dwarf even though he is quite a normal size, will luna grow to his size? or will she be 2/3rds his size forever? she is four months and a bit now, has she finished growing yet?


    #1889784

    Asriel and Bombur
    Participant

    No one can tell you anything. You didn’t post a weight of either bunny, nor have you mentioned what breed they are/think they are. We also don’t have any photos of the two of them. So no one is going to be able to give you answer.


    #1889797

    easter
    Participant

    Posted By Asriel and Bombur on 1/14/2019 7:13 AM

    No one can tell you anything. You didn’t post a weight of either bunny, nor have you mentioned what breed they are/think they are. We also don’t have any photos of the two of them. So no one is going to be able to give you answer.

    sorry she is a broken black with helicopter ears and weighs 1kilogram Edit: she is four and a half months old sorry I suck at giving info
    every time I take a photo it says the maximum file size is 500kb and I dont understand!!!
    can anyone explain that??


    #1889819

    Wick
    Moderator

    It means the photo is too big. You can resize it in Paint!


    #1889820

    easter
    Participant

    thx will try


    #1889860

    Bam
    Moderator

    Easter, I’ve sent you a PM!


    #1890086

    easter
    Participant

    thanks i sent it


    #1890142

    Bam
    Moderator

    Here are 3 pictures of easter’s buns 

    To me, Luna looks like a normal lop of the type that’s called a dwarf lop in Europe. In  the USA, small lops can be Holland lops or Mini lops. When fully grown they will weigh somewhere around 4 lb, a girl a little less than a boy. I’m no expert on rabbit breeds though, so hopefully others will have more to say. She’s genuinely squee though, I can say that with certainty  

    A bun reaches it’s full “height” at around 5-6 months when they have reached puberty. At that age they haven’t yet acquired their full adult weight, they keep putting on muscle and their skeletal bones become more dense for quite some time after that. 


    #1890171

    easter
    Participant

    thanks bam


    #1890273

    LittlePuffyTail
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    No idea but your bunnies are beautiful.


    #1890725

    easter
    Participant

    awwwww thanks so much, they are both a bundle of joy, but cookie is moulting weird


    #1890762

    LBJ10
    Moderator

    Her face and body shape say Holland lop to me… but her relative size and ear length say otherwise. I’m going to say she’s probably a Holland or Holland mix and a false dwarf.


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