Question by  barkley (951)

How big will an English spot rabbit get?


Answer by  sanityrose (2664)

A medium sized rabbit, the English Spot generally weigh 5-12 pounds. For showing the doe should be 6 pounds and the buck 7 pounds. Those under 6 months should weigh no less than 3 pounds. Over 10 pounds is obese. English Spots are among the most docile of rabbits. They are lean and long with high marked ears.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

It will get very big depending on how much you feed it. The more nutrition you give to this rabbit, the bigger and better it will get. Expect it to be a large size.


Answer by  rabbitlover (99)

Bucks (males) will weigh about six pounds when full grown. Does (females) will weigh about 7 pounds when full grown. Watch their weight because rabbits tend to overeat.


Answer by  krishna87 (33)

The English Spot is a medium sized breed, averaging 5-8 pounds. But at maximum they can attain the weight of 10 pounds.


Answer by  Eva333 (32)

English spot rabbit is a medium sized breed. I have one ( 2 years old, female ) and it weights 6,3 punds. Mesuring it's body it is 34 cm long, though it is hard to tell exacly, since rabbits are verry flexible. I had a friend who had a same breed rabbit ( also female ), but weighted 7,6 pounds.


Answer by  KWags1977 (427)

This is a medium sized rabbit and it will be comfortable and healthy between 5 to 8 pounds. If you allow it to get to 10 pounds or more, you will have an unhealthy and obese rabbit.


Answer by  vto (226)

The average size of an English spot rabbit is 5 - 8 pounds. These rabbits are a mediums size rabbit that will not grow to be very big at all.

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