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Comments On - Rabbit Behaviors


Good info.
Sarah, Marathon, ON
Posted: 3/25/2014 9:50:31 AM
Interesting!
Lorna, Poplarfield, MB
Posted: 1/10/2014 6:58:37 PM
Thanks for the primer!
Greg, Hampstead, MD
Posted: 10/2/2013 12:39:59 PM
Love to watch them when they don't know you are there ... : )
Lorna, Poplarfield, MB
Posted: 8/19/2013 3:04:14 PM
Love to watch them when they don't know you are there ... : )
Lorna, International
Posted: 6/1/2013 6:24:39 PM
Interesting
Annie, Houston, TX
Posted: 12/7/2012 7:19:48 AM
how do you get a rabbit to stop cowering and come to you? i have one doe that will come to me but i just got a young buck and he dosent like to have anything to do with me.
william, madisonville, TN
Posted: 10/31/2012 10:00:27 AM
Bucks should fall over after mating , that gives the doe a chance to run . In the wild they may mate again in a few hours,then have offspring from two bucks to cut down on inbreeding !
Alton, Clark, GA
Posted: 12/30/2011 5:54:19 AM
Don't forget the incredible "flop" where the bunny stretches out long with feet to the side and rests the head very low on the floor. This is ultimate relaxation time. When we first had a bunny and she did this, we panicked and thought she was sick or dying. LOL. But she was just incredibly relaxed and content. Now our two bunnies will flop together, spooning. It's the cutest thing ever.
Tabitha, Seattle, WA
Posted: 4/28/2011 10:31:58 AM
i did not know all that........
justin, bonham, TX
Posted: 3/14/2011 11:21:17 AM
When I had Love, the Wonder Bunny, he exhibited another behavior that I thought was kind of funny. Immediately after servicing one of my does, he would tense up rigid, squeal loudly and then fall off to the side and lay there for a good two minutes. The first time I saw him do this, I thought he had died. (Good timing, I thought.) But it became his trademark after each time.
Bruce, Las Vegas, NV
Posted: 2/3/2011 2:06:20 PM
now i know what all those silly things they do mean
Kristin, upper sandusky, OH
Posted: 11/19/2010 10:03:25 PM
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a, a, AR
Posted: 8/6/2010 11:54:45 PM
That sure is a cute rabbit.
Galadriel, Lothlorien, ME
Posted: 8/3/2010 11:05:02 PM
Many of these behaviors are seen in my rabbits. I love two watch them. For quiet animals, they have a lot to say!
Patti, Vincennes, IN
Posted: 6/22/2010 4:05:49 AM
Great article...rabbits show their emotions fairly well! They are great pets!
Jada, Grayson, GA
Posted: 6/4/2010 6:18:00 AM
Thanks for all the great info.
Galadriel, Lothlorien, ME
Posted: 5/25/2010 11:25:14 PM

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