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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Pregnancy – Rabbit Lifespan

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    • threebunner4
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      My doe of four months may have recently got pregnant due to an accident of leaving her pen open and her jumping into my male bunny’s pen before she could get spayed.  Does pregnancy shorten a bunny’s lifespan?


    • Bam
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      I dont know if a pregnancy shortens a bun’s life expectancy. There’s no real reason why it should, except for the instances when the bun doesn’t survive giving birth.

      Vets can as a rule perform an emergency spay in a very recently impregnated girl rabbit.

      On our resources pages have some info on what to do if your bun gets pregnant and you’re faced with the prospect of an oops litter. https://binkybunny.com/links-to-house-rabbit-resources/ Please scroll down to the relevant section.

       

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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Pregnancy – Rabbit Lifespan