Hi, We are looking at getting a neutered male flemish giant (although at the moment he is still...
a baby) and we already have 2 smaller female rabbits (both un neutered). Do flemish giants get on well with smaller rabbits? We have had 2 other male rabbits before that got on well with our girl rabbits.
Flemish giants are friendly and literally the "gentle giants" of the bunny world. They don't have the high-strung personalities of the smaller bunnies. A neutered male should get along splendidly with your existing rabbits.
by Peeples 6 years ago
Why does my neutered male dog starve himself when my female is in heat?My 10 year old female is in heat. My 2 year old male who is neutered has not ate in 2 days. He does this every time she goes into heat. Why?
by SandyMonteagudo 8 years ago
Have you every heard of a neutered male going crazy when he smells a neutered female?
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