Dwarf rabbits weigh between 1 1/2 and 3 1/2 pounds when fully grown. They have small, round bodies with short ears that stand straight up. They are popular because of their cute, infantile appearance even in adulthood. More »

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The most common dwarf rabbit breed is the Netherland dwarf, which grows to be 1.5 to 2.6 pounds as an adult. Other dwarf rabbit breeds are larger, reaching 4 or 5 pounds as adults due to outcrossing with non-dwarf breeds... More »

A Netherland dwarf rabbit lives an average of seven years, according to Pet Planet. They do not make good pets for children because of their known bad temperament. More »

Dwarf rabbits kept indoors are usually housed in cages, while those living outside require hutches, ideally with an enclosed room outfitted with a dry bed. Proper care for dwarf rabbits varies depending on whether they a... More »

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Netherland Dwarf rabbits thrive on a diet of fresh, high-quality rabbit pellets; the National Research Council recommends an ideal nutrient ratio of 20 percent fiber, 15 percent protein and 3 percent fat. In order to avo... More »

Dwarf rabbits live between five and 15 years. Neutered rabbits live longer because the procedure can help to prevent some genetic diseases. The best diet for dwarf rabbits is fresh hay, rabbit pellets and fresh greens. More »

Dwarf rabbits are a popular breed of rabbit to own because they do in fact make great pets, notes HealthGuidance. This type of rabbit is the smallest breed of domestic rabbit, ranging from 1 1/2 to 3 lbs. The most popula... More »