1 to 2 years
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How long do Rabbits live as pets?
As more people discovered the wonderful personalities of pet rabbits, the care they gave them improved and therefore lengthened the lifespan of house rabbits. While the average lifespan of a pet rabbit is about 5-10 years old, certain breeds of pet rabbits are known to live longer than others.
What is the average lifespan of a dwarf rabbit?
With care, 10 years is a good average bunny lifespan. Smaller rabbits tend to live on the longer end of the life expectancy range that includes all rabbits. Larger rabbits anecdotally live slightly shorter lives, but still fall into the same range. Dwarf rabbits aren鈥檛 that different from larger breeds. They鈥檙e just smaller in size.
How long do Dutch rabbits live?
The average Dutch rabbit will live between 5 and 8 years. If spayed/neutered and taken good care of, they may live much longer. Many Dutch rabbits reach age 10; rarely, they can reach age 12. How Long Do Lop Rabbits Live?
Do mini bunnies live longer than Giant rabbits?
Just like dogs, miniature or dwarf breeds of rabbits tend to live longer than giant breeds. Dwarf rabbits, mini lops, and other little bunnies will typically live to be in double digits, while large breeds, like French lops and Flemish giants, won’t.