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    Default How long did your French Lop live?

    When Dwight was a baby I was told he was a Holland and I read that Hollands live 7-10 years...well once he kept growing I found out he was a French Lop (could be a mix of some sort...who knows!) Which i have read they live at least 5 years which saddened me a bit! Anyone outlive the 5 years?!

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    Im sure ive seen on here someone who has a frenchie thats 9 or 10

    I was told by a silly nurse at our vets that Conti's only live 2 years. I was so upset, as Ronnie is like 9 months old now After speaking to the actually vet, she said a free range conti would live longer than a conti kept in a small cage, etc

    It depends on how theyre cared for xXx
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    Well lets hope he isnt a conti!!! Ekk!

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    the vet and us estimated our old thumper was between 9-13yrs old, she was our first bunny and we rescued her


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    My French lop will be 7 this summer

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    One of our French Lops was 9 and the other was 8 Our German Lop was 10 and we know of a pair of Contis who are 7 this May
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    Bertie will be 4 this year...but willow only made it to 22 months all becaues she grew too large..she didnt seem to have stopped even then and died form a suspected embolism or maybe looking back a heart defect.

    but the lady i adopted bertie form and who i got willow form as a baby says most of hers live tillt heir 6 or 7 and her friends have some who are 10 and 11
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    My Frenchie x British Giant will be five in May. This is the first year I've felt she's looking a little 'old'

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    my 15lb frenchie lived until almost 7years but i was told 4-5years is the maximum.It appears that isn't always the case!

    Beautiful Barley, Dashing Dill & Casper the cemetery bun.My three amazing rabbits whom I love with all my heart.x

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    the lop im getting is 1 this year, and his mam was a french lop and is living now at 9 this year xx

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