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That depends on what you mean by "group."
Rabbits are herbivores and primary consumers.
Rabbits have a unique sleep pattern called polyphasic sleep, which means they sleep in short bursts throughout the day and night. They have an instinct to be alert and attentive, so they have periods of light sleep where they can easily wake up. Even though you may not see your rabbit sleeping, it is likely getting plenty of rest in these short intervals.
bounces? if a rabbit hops, its completely normal. If it kinda hops but kicks its feet dramatically, its probably annoyed or frightened. if it thumps its feet on the ground quickly and repeatedly, it is very scared or thinks its in danger. Be sure to give it sum alone time if it does this.
No rabbits can not get along with dogs because dogs will bark at them and try to eat them and rabbits will get scared.
Yes, in the summer, the coat is brown, to blend in with the grasses, in the winter, it turns white to hide from predators and blend in with the snow.
Yes, rabbits in the wild will readily eat roses, both the flowers and leaves of the plant. In fact rose buds are particularly sweet and succulent, and even humans occasionally enjoy them. However, the leaves are somewhat more fibrous than many other plants and are most likely harder for a rabbit to digest.
Since there are several more easily digested and nutritious plants and vegetables readily available, rose leaves are lower on the list of items one would regularly feed to a pet rabbit. If yours happens to like them, there's no reason why the occasional sprig of fresh leaves wouldn't be a welcome addition to their diet.
Semi-arch, Compact, Full Arch, Commmercial and Cylindrical are the 5 body types accepted by the ARBA.
the average weight and height of a rabbit is 16 in and 6 lbs average.
Carrots are high in sugars and aren't very healthy for rabbits. Carrot greens are very healthy and you can safely include those as a regular part of your rabbit's daily "salad." The carrots themselves, though, should be limited as a treat food. The House Rabbit Society recommends no more than 2 tablespoons per day of treat food for a healthy, normal 6 pound rabbit. Ideally, rotate the treats you serve, otherwise that would be pretty boring for your rabbit. Other treats include fruits and vegetables like berries, apple, and squash. Too many carrots can lead to illness in rabbits. See the related question below for more information.
Another answer: Personally i feed my rabit carrots everyday :) also some pastley and for treats apples and banana
no.on mother will kill the other litter when she produces hers if in a small box.
but in a big box they might but chances are they will get into a fight
Well, I know that you mis-understood the question. You can litter box train 2 rabbits to the same box if you train them at the same time and they are young. Older rabbits use going to the bathroom as ways to MARK their territory. That is why even a litter box trained buck MIGHT start spraying all over the house. He is marking his territory.
You can usually tell if a rabbit doe is pregnant within a few days after conception. She will become moody and more aggressive due to hormone fluctuations. You'll also be able to feel her nipples growing. And she may begin 'nesting' behaviour, such as piling up bedding in hidden places (other than her normal resting spot) and plucking fur from her neck and chest to line the nest.
A doe should not exhibit the above 'symptoms' until she is close to kindling, at least half way thru her pregnancy. If she starts nesting activity too early it is probably the signs of a false pregnancy. Does do not start to make milk until they are about 20 days into their pregnancy.
The presence of excess moisture promotes mold making the hay unuseable for livestock.
As pets, Cottontail rabbits are much less active than domestic pet rabbits. They don't like to be caged, but when they are out of their cage they just sit there. They don't play with toys and generally don't walk/run around a lot.
If you have a shy Cottontail, he would sit in places where he is hidden. A non-shy rabbit will occasionally sit out in the living room with the family.
Mixamytosis causes localized skin tumors on the head and genitals of the rabbit. The affected rabbit will soon become listless, lose appetite, and develop a fever. The rabbit will die in an average of 13 days.
rabbits, like most animals, are very curious and need to find out everything that is around
you dont need to know. they will do it on their own
One of the things you will definitely need is some sturdy wood. You will also need things such as industrial glue or even some nails if you want. There is a how-to on what to do on the Home Garden Helium website.
yes that's has happen with me
Rabbits exhibit 'humping' behavior as they reach sexual maturity. They don't care about age. Actual humping behavior is acting out their future sexual behaviors. Rabbits are actually capable of procreating at 4 months. There is a difference between immature humping and actual sexual intercourse. I'm not sure which you are referring to.
If your bunny sneezes every once in a while, it's no big deal...they can sneeze just like you or I. However, if a rabbit is constantly sneezing they may have a nasal or respiratory infection. An infection may also be accompanied by a runny nose, or discharge from the eyes or nose. If you don't notice any other symptoms it may just be in the beginning stages. If it is a type of infection, it will only get worse and can become fatal if left untreated. My advice would be to monitor your bunny for a day or two, if it goes away...great! If not, take him to the vet to get checked out. If you notice any other symptoms such as they wont eat or the discharge like I previously mentioned....get them to the vet asap!
Take out everything, from the hutch and fumigate everything! Dont kill the miceez they are tooo cute to be dead! ::(
A rabbit that young is unlikely to survive without its mother. It is very difficult to hand-rear baby rabbits: it requires experience and skill. If it's a domestic rabbit, you feed it KMR (kitten milk replacer); if it's a wild species, you feed it goat's milk. See the related link below for details.