No rabbits can not get along with dogs because dogs will bark at them and try to eat them and rabbits will get scared.
Do you mean their lifespan? If so, on average they live for around ten years if pedigree. I myself have greyhounds, two of which have lived to 12 and 13, but most live to about ten years of age. If they are crossbreeds they can live longer.
most rabbits live in woods in North America, jack rabbits live in deserts.
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Wild rabbits live in burrows.
Some rabbits live in cold places like New Zealand rabbits, but some live in warm places like dwarf rabbits
Yes, rabbits are mammals. They have live babies.
Yes, most of those rabbits that live in the prairies are jack rabbits. Rabbits live all over the world, well, except the rain forest.
Rabbits that live in the Arctic.
Rabbits can live in barns. Some breeders keep their rabbits in barns, or they can also live in barns if a family member is allergic to rabbits. However, it is best to keep rabbits inside. Indoor rabbits tend to be healthier and live longer.
No, cottontail rabbits do not live in the desert. The desert does not support the lifestyle of the cottontail rabbit.
Wild rabbits live in burrows which are tunnels underground.
RAbbits usually live anywhere where there is grass and trees and bushes.