Question by  DeDi (85)

What are signs of dominance in rabbit's?

I want to know which of my rabbits are dominate.


Answer by  dee33 (36)

Rabbits do have a social order. For instance the dominate rabbit may mount other subordinates. There is a grooming ritual among rabbits where the subordinates will groom the dominate rabbit but will get nothing in return. Some dominate rabbits may chew off the whiskers of other rabbits leaving them with very short whiskers.


Answer by  Hapster (24)

A dominate male marks his territory by chinning areas, peeing in his territory and leaving feces in the corners. He also fights other males. A dominate female fights other does.


Answer by  leelee22 (118)

A dominant rabbit may sometimes nip or hump the other sub-dominant rabbits. You may even notice him putting his head down to indicate he wants to be groomed.


Answer by  PaintedRoadkill (504)

Dominate rabbits will often chase lower rabbits around biting at the rear if they are both male then they will box. Winner is dominate.


Answer by  javondasmith (42)

The signs of a dominance rabbit is. one color is a good indecater white , black , red. Size is a nother indecater wild rabbits are usualy small gray or brown. Dominace rabbits and usualy sweet and eazy to handlly

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Answer by  jennycountrysidegirl (96)

The most easiest way to tell dominance in rabbits is to watch them. The dominant rabbit will mount the weaker one. It is not a sexual act but a way of showing there power. Also until this is occuring a lot of fighting will be happening between them so becareful.


Answer by  Anonymous

Dominant rabbits will mount the other weaker rabbits.

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