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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A More on Snowflake…

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    • K F
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      Well, the babies are just over 2 and a half weeks old now, and wow have they grown! Even the two I was so concerned about. Mommy was taking good care of them too, and they soon joined the other 3 in the nest. Now all eyes are open, and they are hopping all over.  I know the babies don’t wean until about 6 or 7 weeks, but when can I determine their sexes?  Thanks for reading. 


    • BinkyBunny
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      I’m so sorry I missed this post! 

      You should be able to determine their sex right now though it is tougher.  Do you know how to sex them? You can gently pull back the genitals and a little pinkish part will pop out.   Males are more round – tubish, while females have a more pointy slit.    They actually look very similar so you really have to check and double check and triple check to get the hang of it.  

      Even now I can be fooled.

      Here are some links to pictures that can help you out.  The first two are of young rabbits

      http://24.108.153.70/Articles for web/sexing your rabbit.html

      http://rabbitinfocenter.8m.com/sexing.html

      http://members.aol.com/roniebunny/ng.html

      Hope that helps!


    • lilmizzsnickerz
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      aww soo glad to hear =D when i read the last post i was concerned you can sex them right now but if you do i would do it again at a later date as to be sure as its hard at the age they are now

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