What happens if a guinea pig tries to mate with a rabbit?
Rabbits can not mate with guinea pigs. If the rabbit tries to mate with a guinea pig, it means that: They shouldn't live together. Rabbits and guinea pigs shouldn't share a cage because rabbits get easily scared and can accidentally hurt the piggies. Your rabbit could be trying to show dominance but again, give each one its own cage. A rabbit trying to be dominant could hurt the guinea pig. You should separate them when…
You should probably get another guinea pig of the same gender and age, maybe from an animal rescue centre. Don't get a rabbit, though, because while some rabbits and guinea pigs are great friends, most fight and the guinea pig often dies because the rabbit tries to mate with it. Rabbits are much stronger and more aggressive than guinea pigs so don't put them in with each other for the guinea pig's sake.
Can a wild rabbit and a pet rabbit mate while your standing right there or will they mate when your walking your rabbit?
There are several reasons why you shouldnt keep guinea pigs and rabbits together, the rabbits are usually bigger than the guinea pig so there is some danger of the guinea pig being injured and although its rare, guinea pigs and rabbits have been known to mate which can harm the guinea pig and even the rabbit.
they dont fight there friendly sometimes or not but good company and friends the love each other my reply- a female rabbit is more likely to get on with a guinea pig but is also more capable of ripping it to bits or bullying it. rabbits and guinea pigs are good together especially if they have grown up together. the sex of the guinea pig does not matter. however two males wont bond very easily…
I have a neutered male ( Benny) and a female (Millie) living together and when they are out in a run next to another rabbit the female (Millie) normally tries to mate with Benny this could be a dominance thing with other rabbits being around, or even if other rabbits are not around she might just be a very dominant doe.
No, a rat is a rodent and a rabbit is a lagomorph. They cannot mate. Other answers: The only way to mate them is to bring to a breeding scientist and breed them scientifically. That costs a lot. No, not even scientists could breed a rat and a rabbit: they're completely different animals and can't breed.