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How long does it take for a Lionhead rabbit to become fully grown?

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What I am asking is at what age does a Lionhead rabbit typically reach it’s full weight. I do not mean how long until it’s mane grows bigger or when can I breed him. How many months until the rabbit will not grow anymore weight wise?

Hi…I’ve been raising and showing rabbits for 10 years. Lionheads become fully mature and fully grown at 6 months of age. And they’re supposed to be between about 3 and 1/2 and 3 and 3/4 pounds, not to get bigger than 3 and 3/4 lb. Also, if you haven’t gotten one yet please consider finding a reputable breeder. It won’t cost you any more if you get a pet quality one from a breeder, and you will get a much healthier rabbit. Hope this helps and please feel free to contact me with any more questions.

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Posted on February 16th 2009 in lionhead rabbits

2 Responses to “How long does it take for a Lionhead rabbit to become fully grown?”

  1. *Jessie* Says:

    6 months.
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  2. sugarnspice781 Says:

    Hi…I’ve been raising and showing rabbits for 10 years. Lionheads become fully mature and fully grown at 6 months of age. And they’re supposed to be between about 3 and 1/2 and 3 and 3/4 pounds, not to get bigger than 3 and 3/4 lb. Also, if you haven’t gotten one yet please consider finding a reputable breeder. It won’t cost you any more if you get a pet quality one from a breeder, and you will get a much healthier rabbit. Hope this helps and please feel free to contact me with any more questions.
    References :
    http://lionheadrabbit.net/

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