Sorry for the non chicken post but I need advice. My dog just uncovered a wild rabbit nest and killed 2 of the 3 babies. The one baby left we think is not hurt in any way, maybe in shock. I have tried several times in the past to save younger wild rabbits and injured adults with no success. I added pics of one of the dead rabbits as I thought handling the unharmed one more than we already have would not be a good idea. Wanted those who can help to see the amount of fur and overall size. I put the baby in a container with a layer of shavings and a nest made out of hay. It crawled right into the nest when I placed it in the box. It in in the laundry room with the red light and the 2 week old chick for warmth. There was no sign of the mother rabbit. The nest she had them in is inside our dogs invisible fence. I don't know how the have survived this long. I can put the dog up tonight and put the baby back in the nest outside. Will the mother come back for it and if so will she move it. If she doesn't the dogs will go right back tom. It does have 2teeth on the bottom & 2 on top. Is it old enough for us to raise and release. I think one of the dead babies stomaches was punctured because there was a white milky liqu at the scene.