How big are pet rabbits?
They all range depending on the breed. They can be from 3-4 pounds to 9-15 pounds
Some of the smaller breeds include the Netherland Dwarf, Dwarf Hotot, Britannia Petite, Polish Dwarf, Lionhead and Holland Lop. Most of these are under five pounds.
The small-to-medium medium sized breeds include the Dutch, Mini-Lop, Mini-Rex, English Spot, American Sable, & Harlequin. These tend to be between five to ten pounds.
The largest rabbits include (but are not limited to) the Flemish Giant (anywhere from fourteen pounds and quite a few can get over twenty pounds!). Another large breed of rabbit is the Giant Chinchilla.
There are plenty of breeds out there. You just need to do a bit of research to find out which one is right for you!
There are both wild and pet rabbits. It is not a good idea to catch a wild rabbit and try to make a pet of it, because their habits are somewhat different from domesticated (pet) rabbits, and they can be very nervous and may even die of fright if caught. Pet rabbits can be bought at pet stores or from breeders.
If a pet rabbit is a house rabbit it needs a suitable enclosed area inside the house big enough for the rabbit to do three BIG consecutve hops. If a pet rabbit is an outdoor rabbit then it will need a big hutch raised off the ground with a sloping roof and some protection from rain. Again, the hutch should be big enough for the rabbit to do three BIG consecutive hops. If a pet…
Wild rabbits are genrally bigger than most pet rabbits, wild rabbits are brown/black colour that is called Agouti, Their belly's are ushally white, you can also get black wild rabbits, if they are any other colour they are probably pet ones or used to have one pet coloured parent. Wild rabbits ears stick up.