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What does it mean when the doe keeps biting the buck?

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09/14/2011

When the doe keeps biting the buck, this means that the doe doesn't like him or she doesn't want to breed. Usually in this case you have to separate the rabbits into different hutches or cages so they are OK and no one is hurt. Never let rabbits fight: a tiny cut, invisible to our eyes, can bloom into a terrible abscess. See the related question below for more details and helpful links.