How Long Are Rabbits in Labor?

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Rabbits take about eight hours to labour. Once the rabbits have given birth, they take about six days to go on heat again and will be ready to deliver again in 31 daysÕ time. This is one of the factors that could lead to rabbit overpopulation if the rabbits are left to breed as much as they could.
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Dear Aerial, A first time labor can last 8-10 hours, but if the bunny starts to show signs of undue distress and pain, be sure to have a good rabbit vet on call: www.rabbit.org/vets
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