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No. A rabbit has to be at least 1 year old to become pregnant. This is incorrect. They can be breed or become pregnant for 5-6 months on.
No, female rabbits are not sexually mature before 6-7 months old. Males become sexually mature at 5-6 months old. --Newfoundland97
Rabbits CAN breed at 3 months but should not be bred until they are 6 months old or have reached mature weight for their breed.
3 or 4 months.
That's ok. She can have company, and you can put her back.
they usually have to be 3 months old as one of mine are 3 and a half months old and she is pregnant and the male is 4 months so the male has to be 3 months or over. You should NEVER breed a rabbit until it is 6 months old or has reached mature weight. To breed before is to risk stunting your rabbits growth and your do dieing during kindleing.
It depends on the genetic makeup of your rabbit . the rabbit will reach sexual maturity somewhere between the age of 3 and 8 months.
Yes, male rabbits become sexually mature when they are 3 months old and they will breed with their mother, so unless you get the male neutered, they can't live together after the male is 12 weeks old.
It is best to spay or nueter when the animal is 3 months old.
I think a rabbit has to be 3-6 months that's what heard.Technicaly, the CAN get pregnate at 2 months, but any less then 6 isn't good for the health of the animal
Rabbits CAN get pregnant at the age of 3 months BUT this is not desirable. Rabbits should not be bred until they are at least 6 months of age.
A rabbits gestation period is 30 days. If you hava a doe you bred 3 months ago and she still hasn't had her babies she was never bred in the first place!!!!
Yes! Piglets (baby Guniea pigs) can get their mother pregnant at 3 weeks old! Also the sows (girls) can get pregnant at a month or so old...but they are pregnant for almost 3 months!
A doe can get pregnant at 3 months. They BOTH need to be spayed and neutered first and they need to be bonded or they will fight and possibly one or the other or both can be injured badly or killed.
Sexual maturity in rabbits is usually 3-4 months for small breeds, 4-6 months for larger breeds. Babies should stay with the mother rabbit until weened at approximately 8 weeks old. So a 9-week old rabbit should be still sexually immature and not able to get pregnant. However, some types are able to breed as early as 12 weeks. So once weened, it would be a good idea to keep the males away from the females, just in case!
It is possible, but very unlikely. Most rabbits can not get pregnant until 3-4 months old, however undesexed male and female rabbits should be kept separate from 3 months.
No, usually the male has to be around 6-10 monthes old in age. 3 days old is to young.
Almost 3 months pregnant!!
It can happen as early as 3 weeks old, but mating at 2 months is best for you and your hamster.
Rabbits can be capable of breeding anywhere from 3 months of age on. They should not be bred until they are at least 6 months old and have reached mature rabbit weight for their breed.To be capable of offspring, female rabbits (does) need to be at least six months old. Males (Bucks), on the other hand, need to be at least seven months old before maturity.
3 months and 2 weeks 13 weeks = 3 months whether you are pregnant or not. So--3 months and 1 week.three and a half months
Yes 2-3 months They CAN (at 3 months) but they should not. No rabbit should be bred before it is 6 months old. To do so is to risk stunting your bucks growth and risk your doe dieing while giving birth.
There are 13 weeks in a 3-month period. You are 3 months and 3 weeks pregnant.