What do baby Flemish Giant rabbits eat?

Because of their enormous size, Flemish Giants consume a lot of food. Their diet must include large amounts of hay and water and high-quality rabbit pellets. Some Flemish Giant breeders suggest free-feeding your gentle giants with high-quality, commercialized rabbit pellets, as they don’t have the tendency to overeat.

What do I do if my rabbit is gasping for air?

Check for pulse. It may also help to give her a little sugar. Some karo syrup or pancake syrup is best. You can put a few drops under her tongue if she is still breathing but still acting lethargic/depressed.

How much is a Flemish Giant rabbit worth?

Flemish Giant price depends on two factors: quality and age. A pet-quality Flemish Giant will cost $20 to $50 without a pedigree. The next step up is a breeding-quality rabbit, which will usually cost anywhere from $50 to $100. These rabbits have something which disqualifies them from the show ring.

When should I neuter my Flemish Giant rabbit?

As far as rabbit cancer goes, I’ve heard that’s more of a concern for female rabbits, not males. Nevertheless, he’ll be getting neutered when he gets older. The general consensus about the proper age to neuter seems to be 6 months.

What is the lifespan of a Flemish Giant Rabbit?

8 – 10 years
The lifespan of the Flemish Giant Rabbit is 8 – 10 years.

How old are the baby Flemish Giant rabbits?

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How often should you feed a Flemish Giant rabbit?

Fruits could only be given in small amounts one or two times a week, according to rabbit breeders. Put a big water bottle in their cage so that they can easily drink or replenish as needed. Flemish Giants are a healthy breed. With occasional veterinary visits and proper care, they are expected to live around eight to ten years.

How big does a Flemish Giant rabbit cage need to be?

So, the average Giant Flemish would need a cage that is at least 4 feet tall. Taking this into account, the minimum enclosure size would be 10 x 4 x 4 feet (3 x 1.2 x 1.2 m). Even so, this size of enclosure would be the bare minimum, so it’s best to provide your rabbit (s) with more space if you can.

What kind of feed do you give a Flemish Giant?

Essentially, Flemish Giants require a high-quality pellet feed. Please note that not all pellets are of high-quality. How do you know the difference? The best method is via sight & smell, as well as trial-by-error.

How much does a Flemish Giant rabbit cost?

Flemish Giants are a healthy breed. With occasional veterinary visits and proper care, they are expected to live around eight to ten years. Flemish Giants usually cost around $20 to $50.

What should I Feed my Flemish Giant rabbit?

Feeding a Flemish Giant. The difference between giant & smaller breeds however is that no harm is done in ‘free-feeding’ the giants, as long as the feed is healthy; but treats such as veggies & fruit should be limited. In addition, just as the case is with people & most other animals, not all rabbits will eat the same things.

How old is a 8 week old Flemish Giant?

By the time Flemish kits are 8 weeks old, the biggest risks are behind them. They will have going through some major growth spurts, and will be hopping, jumping, playing & eating their way into maturity. Notice however that Flemish Giants do grow quickly – but not as quickly as the dwarf breed kits do.

What kind of problems does a Flemish rabbit have?

Flemish can also develop health concern common with other rabbit breeds which includes malocclusion, respiratory disease, GI stasis, and uterine cancer. Rabbits are also prone to develop back injury if they are mishandled or accidentally dropped because of their size.