Learn how to determine the sex of a small rabbit.Experienced breeders can identify male or female in 2 weeks after the birth of the animal.However, it is important to know that an unambiguous and absolutely accurate sexing rabbit possible only when the child turns per month.
Consider the genitals of the rabbit.In rabbits male testes have not seen, so you need to pay attention to the location of the anal and genital opening.In female genital slit is located directly next to the anus, besides it looks elongated.In male genital opening very small and round, and it is located relatively far from the anal.
Try to determine the sex of the rabbit, wh
ose age is more than 4-5 months.Place the animal on the back, remove the tail back and inspect the genitals.If before you buck, you'll notice little pink swelling - testicles.If you do not have testicles, try to gently stretch the abdomen of the animal.If you see a long slit - female in front of you.
Rate the appearance of the animal.The female rabbits tend to be slightly larger, they have rounded flowing lines of the body and narrow head.In addition, rabbits can be easily seen two rows of teats.Males may be slightly smaller, the head they have a round shape reminiscent of his ball, and the body - a strong and angular than in females.
Pay attention to the behavior of the rabbit.If he often rubs on different subjects muzzle jumping on toys, mimics the pairing and the like, it probably is male.However, sometimes it can behave and females, especially in moments of great excitement or to demonstrate his superiority.However, the male this behavior begins to emerge since 5 months after birth, and females - a little later.