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Split penis on rabbits

Split penis on rabbits

Split penis on rabbits

Split penis on rabbits

Split penis on rabbits

I like If this is true then both the sire and the dam must carry the gene for the offspring to have this problem. I Spliit the doe, the bucks with the split and all the doe siblings. When the problem is regularly observed in a rabbit lineage, a genetic predisposition with autosomal recessive inheritance is suspected. And my Buck has never been DQ in a show. Yes, that can cause Split penis on rabbits split. Like Us! He shows me that it was a girl and YES it was Property of black semen he showed me the Split penis on rabbits roaled back on itself and the split was like the opening of Spljt vilva from a girl.

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Mar 20, 5. I have heard of some instances where a doe bred to two different bucks has thrown babies rabvits splits- whereas neither buck had produced them before. Check inside the ears for scabs or crustiness, which would confirm mites. If you Split penis on rabbits breed the animal, keep a close eye on the offspring. Shaded Night RabbitryNov 15, And my advice for you, is to find out how an actual split penis looks like and I do not mean in your pants…. See the slit running from the tip down? When it appears sporadically, exposure Split penis on rabbits certain environmental factors that influence the endocrine system and the hormonal secretion is alleged. Email This BlogThis! The judge had spent a great deal of time looking at our rabbit's private area.

Occassionally rabbits will have problems that will be difficult to identify, and have a source that is unknown.

  • Much has been written about show rabbits stricken by the split penis phenomenon.
  • Do you think a buck can produce offspring that are fine, but then those offspring throw split penis'?

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Donate Site Supporters. Discussions and questions about how best to keep your breeding program running smoothly. He was given to me and is not going to be bred, just a pet, he was supposed to be a doe but was visited by the sex change fairy, Around a year old I think Holland Lop, super friendly little guy. Re: Is this a split penis? After the first time I looked at it I went and flipped all my bucks over and determined all rabbit penises look weird.

Split penis and only one testicle. Board index All times are UTC. Can this happen? Album name: Angoras and other Woollies Uploaded by: Catherine

Poopy Poo Oct 24, at PM. They ALL are property of Donna, please do not remove them from this blog. Some research indicates that the cause could be a recessive gene. When he explained what he saw, we were very disappointed. My New Showable Pet!

Split penis on rabbits

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Is this a split penis, or am I just being paranoid? The rabbit isn't mine, but he is a buck on loan that I intended to breed. I know I'm not wearing gloves Last edited by Zass on Mon Mar 10, am, edited 1 time in total. Re: Split penis? The following user would like to thank BlueMoods for this post Zass. How would you have the dexterity to feel anything? I just checked 5 chinchillas for penis hair rings problem when they are mating or mounting each other , then I poked around at some hedgehog hoglets for genders, and I have yet to wash my hands.

I used to have to remove fur from guinea pig penis too. Stupid long haired boar that everyone wanted to mount. Might as well go torture Kido and Enki for rabbit penis comparison since I've violated every other male today. There is a slight ridge down the underside of Enki's penis but I don't know if it's as obvious as that photo.

The blown up size makes it hard to judge. Kido's is completely smooth and round. Both come to a point. The split penis I've seen never came to a point. I don't know if I have a picture but I had one that was just 2 head openings not sure if both were functional on a single shaft. Oh Kido is sending you death threats through the computer for being violated and now since he's out he gets his toenails trimmed. Probably best not bred if you can get anything else.

If you can't it's your choice if you want to just try culling for it in future generations. Sometimes these things are just a one time anomaly or nearly every kit could have it. No one knows. I did cull when I got a split penis but even the pairings I repeated many many times never produced a second. The following user would like to thank akane for this post Zass. I'm not sure. If she did it was very quick when I wasn't looking. I guess we will see in 31 days.

How soon before I know if any kits will also have this condition? That's why I don't really like to guarantee gender if I sell them right at 8weeks. For selling young juniors it might be a little difficult but if you don't mind a slightly older fryer or making a roaster out of them you should be able to tell well before they mature past best butchering age and definitely before they are ready to breed.

I can easily hold onto them until 12 or 16 weeks. Velveteens are rare enough around here that they will probably still sell like hotcakes even older. If it is a true split penis than it's carried on the doe's side, right? So, if I sell does from the litter I could be risking unwittingly introducing it hidden into other people's bloodlines. Well, to be honest, my doe is already related to this buck I mentioned that no one else has them, right?

I had to return to the original breeder to find a velveteen stud So, if it is a true genetic split penis it should definitely turn up in the babies.

That is one thing I like about line-breeding. Being able to catch and stop a problem right from the start instead of spreading it around a larger gene pool just to have it pop up all over the place later. Not often enough to really cull the parents and siblings for it but often enough you can't eliminate it. I wonder if it is not the doe or the buck carrying a simple gene anomaly.

Maybe each incident is a separate mutation or error in combining the male and female's DNA. You couldn't breed it out then because it wouldn't run in families.

Some assume it's a carried genetic fault but it may be entirely random. No one really knows. We're all just culling split penis bucks in case it could be passed on. She is his daughter, so if it can be carried by a doe she should have it, and if it takes two genes, then between them there are pretty good chances And if all the bucklings should be normal One litter is never really enough to tell. But I won't want to sell any kits if it's something they will pass along.

I only wanted one litter from Mucky anyway, mainly, to see if it corrected her hair pulling habit. I also think it might be a different mutation than the split that rabbits get that go all the way down. It seems like the seam that baby bucks have that usually closes when they get older but in some it doesn't close. The following user would like to thank squidpop for this post Zass.

Then you can raise the babies up. If the bucks show the split, then maybe they could be neutered and sold that way? Make the new owner to be, pay the neutering cost. Or the bucks could be a food source? Being your quest for a buck was very limited, you are now between a rock and hard place.

I would use this as a learning experience. The following user would like to thank TwoAcreDream for this post Zass. But is a doe carries it, you could not tell visually. So when I got two from the same litter. I culled the doe, the bucks with the split and all the doe siblings. I had been warned that it showed up in that line, and when I doubled up on it, that's what I got.

Now I kept a kit from the second time it happened, different line. So we will see. It's the Cal Rex, and they are only bred to each other, so it's not something that would spread through the lines, and I already culled his dam for kits scattered white haired kits.

I did look at him, but I didn't see the abnormality right away. Seriously though, in a way this is good, because if it happens to be something that might be carried by my doe, it could turn up in the kits no matter which buck I use.

If she carries this litter with no problems I might have to go ahead and try with a different breed of buck to ensure zero relation in the future, just to test to see if she produces them to a normal buck. If the bucklings show the split, I might have to cull the litter.

It'll be sad, but not enough people in my area neuter rabbits unfortunately, not enough cats or dogs either. Everyone tends to be low income and scrambling for a quick buck. If I sell any babies they will be bred, and sold. I should at least be able to see if her hair pulling habit stops with a breeding, assuming she's actually pregnant. Board index All times are UTC. Can this happen? Album name: Angoras and other Woollies Uploaded by: Catherine

Split penis on rabbits

Split penis on rabbits

Split penis on rabbits