Some people want to have a Netherland dwarf rabbits as pets during the time where the bunnies are just a baby. But taking animals from their mother too early might cause some difficulty to you and your pets in the future. That's why it is important for you to separate the rabbit from it mother at the right time.
|It is important to separate the rabbit from it mother at the right time.|
Rabbits are known to starting to wean when they reached 4 weeks old of age. They will start to wean fully in about 2 weeks later.
The right time to separate it from it mother
The preferable age for a Netherland dwarf to leave it mother is around 7 weeks old. This is the time where the bunnies are already fully weaned, and ready to be taken away from it mother.
If you're planing on adopting a baby Netherland dwarf rabbits, don't forget to make sure that the bunny is old enough to be separated from it mother. This is vital to make sure the rabbit is properly developed and avoiding possible problem in the near future.