Mother Rabbit Protects her Baby Bunnies from Dog

Publicerades den 9 apr 2020
Mother Rabbit Protects her Baby Bunnies from Dog! Watch mother rabbit Charlotte protect her rabbit babies who are only 1 day old from a golden retriever named Bailey. We hope you enjoyed this video. Be sure to hit that subscribe button for new videos.
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  • It's very sure that bailey will not harm the newborns n mama rabbit .. but mama rabbit feeling so insecure n stress .. she is saving her bunnies from bailey.. let's the newborn to gets older about 1 month then allow them to play with bailey .. Coz u trust bailey but not mama rabbit trust bailey .. plz help mama rabbit ..

  • Cute both

  • so cute i love this channel

  • Bailey is just observing... ❤️ Nothing to Protect from Bailey here

  • The momma bunny relaxed and trusted her friend in the end

  • It is so Sweet I Love it 👍😘😁

  • Pobre conejita!

  • Why are you doing this, the mother rabbit is clearly stressed. What's wrong with you? All you care about is views.

  • Having owned and raised rabbits, this rabbit is not even remotely worried about the dog. This rabbit is clearly habituated to the dog.

  • Leave the rabbit alone

  • Maaaan! This dog wants to be a rabbit.

  • Such a beautiful world of animals. Wish I too can enjoy my life this way

  • So cute!

  • 🐇Don't touch my baby's 🐰😡😠(🐶🙍Ooooooo 😞) 😇

  • Momma Bunny Charlotte doesn't seem to be scared of Bailey, but she does seem to be looking to you for some help... She seems to be looking either for a place to hide away from everybody or quite possibly some food. Momma Bunnies don't usually give birth and take care of their babies like this in the wild. (She's having a hard time being able to let all the babies nurse by the way she's situated, especially in that last video.)

  • 🐰💖😍sou cute

  • What's the bunnies species? She's adorable

  • Mother is strong, Golden retriever is gentle and I like them so much!

  • Putting the rabbit mother under unnecessary stress for a stupid video! NOT NICE!!!!!!!!!

    • Fuck off you damn pussy. Stop bitching nothing bad is happening

  • Pregnancy and birth isn't some walk in the park, it takes an immense toll on female animals. You should be giving her time to rest, not pushing your dog on her for a video and stressing her more than necessary. So irresponsible.

  • Pobre, se siente intimidada con sus bebes! Deben de dejarle su espacio, y mi Bailey lindo como siempre, jugueton y cuidador de sus amigos.

  • Mother rabbit should be left alone with her babies you are stressing her out for views it isn’t funny

  • What happened to Mama Bunny’s left ear ?

  • ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • 4:29 til end 😭

  • we can clearly see shes not relaxed cuz she goes all over the place. i have a pet rabbit with newborn and should be left alone on a corner

  • Too much interference. Making me anxious to watch.:(

  • PLEASE separate your bunny and dog.

  • This is a game for you, but not for the rabbit. The poor mother should be left alone with her babies especially at this time. She is trying to cover her babies. It is stressful for her to have such a big dog so close to her babies, even i f Bailey is a very nice dog,

  • Es hermoso lo amo al perrito es tan tierno

  • Mom think he going to eat the baby

  • OMG LOOK AT THEM HUGGING AT THE END

  • He is fascinated by the babies lol

  • I agree that the babies are too young to be exposed in this way BUT the mother is definitely NOT stressed- she wouldn’t leave them or eat if she was, and she would have attacked the dog very savagely!

  • Where’s Daddy Rabbit?

  • Bailey and the rabbits are very CUTE!! ❤❤✨👍😍

  • I don't think the bunny minds. If you saw the other videos Baily was friends with her before her babies were fine.

  • That mother is not stressed, she would never let that dog near if she didn't trust him. In fact, I'd guess Bailey raised her too.

  • Baby rabbits should be left alone in a place chosen by the mother and covered with her fur and hay. She visits them sometimes a day to let them drink milk and leaves them to not attract predators. Never should the babies in this stage be touched by human hands. And definitely no dogs near then, even when it’s Bailey. What will you do with all those rabbits? They are very cute and sweet indeed; until they are six months old and start fighting each other severely for dominance. I made that mistake myself.

  • Seems like she trusts the dog more than the human.

  • It's like the mom is looking for one of her baby's? As if one is missing.

  • Deep down inside he'd eat them

  • Cuuuuute!!😆😘💖

  • “ahhh ma gaaad the mother is too stressed leave them alone!” - literally the comments on any newborn animal vid you see. Overly dramatic people.

  • These people are ignorant and stupid. That dog shouldn't be in the room. Their doing it for views.

  • Can you imagine the stress that a mother would be in if she was in a room with her newborn child and a wolf? Me neither. Let momma have a nest, she needs to be relaxed

  • 💛💙💛🐇🐰🐶

  • Bunbun: don’t eat ma bebes

  • I understand that the owner trust the dog, but rabbits are very fragile and sensitive animals. As a vet, I’ve heard many stories how they can easily hurt themselves in panic or, worst case scenario, die of psychological stress. The rabbit mom seems to somewhat trust the dog as well, but that doesn’t mean that she is not stressed at all with her babies casually exposed like that. She actually looks like feeling uneasy. Please respect animal instinct and family time for their health. (And to avoid unfortunate accident where the dog unintentionally hurt them.)

  • Pobre coneja el perro le estresa un montón y más cuando está amamantando👎👎👎

  • ❤❤❤❤❤❤ lindos

  • She is protecting the bunnies, but she doesnt realices he is protecting them

  • From the Dominican Republic 🇩🇴 Sonia blessings

  • God bless you l love dogs 🐕 rabbits

  • What happened with the 5.baby-bunny? Is it killed from mother or father bunny or eated from Bailey?

    • @Skaynne The answer of my question in another video was: "dead". But how this happened.

  • 00:10 bailey- "this is rude"

  • Why did whoever try to touch the babies at 2:05 and snatch their hand back when the mom rabbit came back smh. Don’t touch them they’re new babies and have her scent clearly you know you shouldn’t that’s why you were scared she was going to bite you and rightfully you should be.

  • That rabbit is like “ What are you doing this is no peep show” - Biff Back to the Future

  • I have had a real life mini zoo at my house for 20 years, I raised all my animals together, the rabbit doesn't see the dog as a threat, I can assure you, Golden Retrievers have a soothing aura towards other animals, it's in their genes. The same with Labradors, Border Collies and tons of others. One of my Golden Retrievers liked to play with my parekeets, he would lick their little beaks, and the birds would sneeze and crawl onto its back or hide on its abdomen for an afternoon nap. I wish I had recorded that.

  • These comments 😂😂😂

    • @Skaynne lol oh cmon just pick your "protect the poor helpless baby bunnies" fight with someone else

  • Plot twist :on the other day the mamma rabbit killed her own babies, because of stressed. Jk

  • I wouldn't have let the dog next to the bunnies in the first place

  • GR: Please let me eat, or at least lick, one. 😂😂😂

    • Find mental help.

  • I love how at 1:43 she's like "actually, can you watch them?"

  • Bailey is sssssooooo adorable

  • 👍👍👍🥰🥰🥰

  • Awwww after she got done feeding the babies, she ate food herself and chilled with her bestfriend Bailey😍 so precious😭❤

  • More like, protecting from human hhaha, she doesnt let the human touch babies, which the human is doing and dog gets hindered from viewing them in the process..

  • He wants to luv on them

  • Why does the bunny’s ear look like that? Like it was tagged in the past?

  • I usually upvote your videos of Bailey, but I had to downvote this clip. It's obvious mama bun Charlotte is stressed as she tries to protect her tiny newborns and you have big Bailey interfering. (Yes we know later that Bailey gets along great with the babies, but Charlotte couldn't predict that).

  • I just looove how sweet this precious golden retriever is!! He's so patient and careful!! He *adores* those little babies!!! 😍😍😍

  • Rabbit don’t like you to see their babies. Not at all. They feel very threaten. Don’t ever do that. That’s torture.

  • 可愛くてたまらない

  • The dog is stressed, keep it away from the bunnies....ah, I messed it up.

  • Just like others have mentioned. She isn't just wondering around she is looking for something to protect her children. She is stressed. Let them go and be in a rabbit household. They also in cages.

    • Don't put rabbits in cages or hutches, free roam or x pen are suitible, but the mother does not like the dog being near her babies and needs a den because it is their instinct to hide

  • Oh Bailey Bailey Bailey 😚😚😚😚😚😚😚😚😚

  • quand maman rabbit présente sa progéniture...attention pas touche je ne le dirai pas deux fois OK ça va aller c'est la famille on va pas se bouffer le nez c'est la petite soeur rabbit et puis les nièces les neveu boudi ! ils sont nombreux on est envahi tant pis tant mieux on est comme ça nous le cercle s'agrandit tout le temps et je suis l'ainé alors je me tiens à carreaux WAHOU

  • 😇

  • I am a veteranian. .the rabbit needs to be alone with baby's not to be distracted with something else. She needs to be 100% with baby's. Yes for a few seconds she walks away but comes back. It can make her a little strees in to a point were she can step on one. Just till the babys are a little stronger.

  • . . . Jill gave Bailey a nip because, like ANY mum, disturbing the kids when you're trying to feed them is a massive no-no.

  • Why does the rabbit have a piece missing from her ear?

  • ㅋㅋㅋ

  • Mama Bunny does not like this big dog 🐕 getting near her babies! And I don’t blame her because they are helpless and the dog 🐕 is Big with a big mouth. She sees him as a potential threat. Cute Video but it reminds me of my rabbits and their troubles. Mama rabbit had a litter. They all died except one. And the Daddy rabbit was hostile to the babies so we had to put him in a cage to separate him .Otherwise, he tried to stomp on them and kill them. Nature can be very strange!

  • Did the dog eat part of the mama Rabbits ear off?

  • It´s so beautiful to see this fraternity behavior between Bailey and the rabbits!

  • I know the dog is very well behaved.. BUT I wouldnt let him that near the babies when they are soo young. The mom doesnt seem so happy about it, And its not the place she would normally have her babies... Wayyyy to open. Rabbits love dark private places where they can hide their litter, and be sure that no preditor would find them. And in the wild a dog would be seen as a preditor, without doubt.

  • The rabbit doesn't seem stressed to me. I don't think you guys have seen rabbits on Kung fu mode when trying to protect their babies. They will even have a pop at snakes. She's just being cautious of her newborns and making sure they don't get hurt. It's same when a mother hands over a newborn baby to someone. I don't see any trouble here and thanks for the video. So beautiful

    • It’s funny how you think you know something so much to speak about it in confidence, but anyway you could clearly tell it’s stressed

  • Que hermoso video

  • Went end up listening to Jason Mraz I’m Yours after this.

  • I used to have rabbits as a kid, and I remember how the mother would keep the kids buried in the hay for the first weeks. Having them so exposed like this must be very stressful for her.

  • And let's not forget, bunny knows that Bailey helped incubate those babies while she was pregnant!!

  • C'mon people, Bailey is the best, most precious doggo on SEnewss. He's showing her he can be trusted with her babies and when she has forgotten them after they get big, he will still be protective of them all!!

  • Nice video, the bunny and dog are obviously good pals. Don't worry about all the internet armchair animal behavioral experts.

  • rabbits reproduce every month so you have a big problem.

  • My golden lola passed away few years ago I just love how golden retrievers became a monorail dog when they are studying something fully focused on it

  • I think this house has more love than the Cosby Show and the Brady Bunch combined❤

  • Rabbit:*mildly discourages dog from messing with babies. My cat to my dog in the same situation: *-Omae wa mou shindeiru-*

  • Please let this rabbit nurse in peace! I used to keep rabbits and if they get too stressed, they will kill their young! Let her have a safe, quiet space where she can keep all the babies together. This will end in tears otherwise!

  • To the folks saying how horrible this is: I'm not familiar with this rabbit in particular, but I do know rabbit behavior in general fairly well, and this looks fairly normal for a rabbit. Especially a new mother. Her digging and pulling at the blanket looks more like nesting behavior, trying to keep her babies warm, to me. If she was as stressed out about Bailey being near her babies as people say, she wouldn't have sniffed Bailey, she would've bitten her. (Him?) That said, I agree that these babies should be in a nesting box. Baby bunnies can't maintain their own temperature very well and should be kept in a warm, cozy nest, not on a couch where they could slip between the cushions and get squished.