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Home Forums DIET & CARE Help please. 10 day old Holland lop has split genitalia?

This topic contains 3sd replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by  LBJ10 8 months, 1 week ago.

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    Butterscotch303
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    This is my first litter and I cannot find what would cause this. My baby bunny has what I think are split genitals. Have any of you heard of this?


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    Bunny House
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    What do you mean by split? I would take the kits in to be looked by by a vet to make sure they are healthy. We don’t talk about breeding on this website but I know there are site out there for bunny breeders. I can’t find the site but I know the forum leaders know it.


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    Bam
    Moderator

    Split penis is a reasonably common finding in rabbits. As Bunny House is saying, intentional breeding is a prohibited topic on the Binky Bunny forums. The forum BH is referring to is called Rabbits Online. They have a special section for discussions about breeding and baby buns etc. Its called the Rabbitry And Show Room.

    Here’s a link to Rabbits Online: http://www.rabbitsonline.net


    #1893651

    LBJ10
    Moderator

    I agree with Bam. If one of the babies has this, then it is what it is. There is nothing “wrong” with him. It wasn’t anything that you did that caused it.

    There are not going to be very many people here that will be able to help you with breeding questions since we are a house rabbit forum and we encourage spaying/neutering. Rabbits Online is a rabbit forum with an entire section dedicated to breeding. I’m sure you will be able to ask your questions there.


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