When Do Baby Rabbits Open Their Eyes?

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Baby rabbits open their eyes about 2-3 weeks after being born. It is also not a good idea to touch them before 7 days, because your scent can rub off on them. This would confuse the mother, and she will not feed them after that. So make sure you look, but don't touch! You can find more information here: http://www.thefarm.org/charities/i4at/lib2/rabbits.htm
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When they are about 10 days old, they will look like they are squinting. When they are around two weeks, they will open their eyes fully.
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The eyes will open at ten to twelve days. If you notice most have their eyes open by twelve
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Puppies will normally open their eyes when they are a week to two weeks of age. Puppies grow fast and should gain weight in a week and be active at 2 weeks of age.
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Kits will open their eyes between 10-14 days. If they haven't opened their eyes by the 17th day, damp a wash cloth with luke warm water and GENTLY dab/wipe their eyes. If needed,
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