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If you own a pregnant doe (a female rabbit), you will need to know how to take care of her before, during, and after her pregnancy.
Expect the pregnancy of your doe to run for 31 to 33 days.[6] It is possible that a doe with a smaller litter (say four kits or less) will have a slightly longer pregnancy than a doe with a litter that is larger than four.
Slowly make changes to her diet (rabbits should always experience gradual dietary changes[10]) to include foods like: carrots, celery, cucumber, lettuce, rabbit pellets, stacks of hay, tomatoes, parsley. Dystocia, or a problem giving birth, is not usual with rabbits, so you probably won't need to help her give birth. Some people recommend not to touch newborn rabbits as they will get the human scent on them and the dam will eat them out of fear or rejection. Make sure to keep a schedule of when you last bred the rabbits so you won't be surprised if and when she gives birth again. Rabbits do have false pregnancies due to hormonal fluctuations,[5] they can also gain weight and dig in the bowls for other reasons.
A diet of alfalfa hay instead of grass hay should be instituted, as well as offering more rabbit pellets than normal.[11] Ensure access to clean water at all times. You should have a good idea of your rabbit's gestation period, either because you know from breeding timing, or you have consulted with your vet and got an agreed date of expected delivery.
Whether or not the breeding was intentional, it's important to find a good home for the rabbit babies. Re-breeding can occur any time from 72 hours after your doe has given birth![41] This means taking care to keep her away from male rabbits from the moment of birth.

Do not breed rabbits unless you really know what you're doing and have good reasons as to why bringing more rabbits into the world through your attentions is a worthwhile pursuit. A pregnancy can be detected between 10 to 14 days after mating, with 12 days being optimal;[2] between these days, the fetuses will start to grow rapidly, causing them to be detectable by touch, and they will feel like the size of grapes.[3] Be gentle when feeling for them! And conversely, many pregnant does show no signs of pregnancy until a few minutes before they are ready to kindle. Be aware that false pregnancy is common in rabbits,[4] so even if you find all the signs, you are probably best checking in with your vet as well.
Consider getting your does spayed and your bucks neutered to prevent future "surprise" pregnancies, if this one was such.
He’s most proud of his work on How to Reduce Glare when Driving at Night, which has been featured and translated into 5 different languages. If not, Karen has answered hundreds of your questions in her book: Rabbit Raising Problem Solver, covering every aspect of pet rabbit and livestock rabbit care as well as rabbit health and disease. If re-breeding for showing, as pets, or other purposes, it is best to wait 35 to 42 days after the birth of the initial litter, to give her time to recuperate and care for her current litter.[40] For information on breeding rabbits, see How to breed rabbits for more information.

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