Care of Rabbits

After a male rabbit has mated with a female rabbit do you have to separate them?


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2010-04-08 00:53:25
2010-04-08 00:53:25

Yes, it is best to separate a pregnant female rabbit from the rest of the rabbits.

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Yes, you MUST have a female and a male rabbit who have mated in order to have babies. same as humans, you mother didn't have you with out your father

Yes, it is recommended that the male and female rabbit should be separated as soon as they have mated. This is because the male rabbit can become aggressive towards the female and could hurt the babies when they are born.

Yes or the female rabbit will be pregnant constantly and the male rabbit MAY eat the babies.

Take the male away, not the female. The female should build a nest without the male! Right after they have mated, separate them immediately. YOU TAKE THE DOE TO THE BUCKS CAGE. You should remove the doe from the bucks cage immediately after you witness mating take place.

Does that mean mated? If so then she is making a warm nest for her babies on the way

If the male rat has mated with a different female then it will attack. If it has not mated they will not fight.

You must separate the male from the female rabbit. Generally a male rabbit won't kill his offspring. But once the deed has been done, in the wild the male rabbit will usually leave the female and leave her to do her thing.

A male rabbit is a buck and a female rabbit is a doe.

A male rabbit is a buck, female rabbit is a doe.

Your male is to young to get her pregnant but the male probably thinks he is old enough.

A female rabbit is a 'doe', and a male is a 'buck'.

No male duck will ever turn into a female duck.

you can't make a male lick the female unless the male likes the female.

can you let the male rabbit and female rabbit out if one is alrady pregnate

Well, the male doesn't really do anything. The male just protects the female. It depends how close the male and female is.

well it can but not if your female is pregnant coz the female wouldn't want to mate nd she would atack the male so if your female is pregnant separate them

This is common for male rabbits just after they have "successfully" mated.

A male rabbit is called a buck as well as a deer, a female is a doe.

A male rabbit is NOT a hare. A hare is another species of animal. Male rabbits are bucks and female rabbits are does.

not long after the female and male have mated

yes you need to separate them other wise after the female has had her babys she will be able to breed straight after shes had them

A doe is a female rabbit. No such thing a s a male female. Male rabbits are called bucks.

19 days on average. if your hamsters have recently mated, separate them as the female is well known for killing the male if she is having a litter.

Unless they are spayed and neutered, yes you should. If you are planning on breeding them they should not live together anyway...

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