At what point do you give up on a doe for breeding purposes or what do you do to encourage breeding? Situation - I am new to rabbits, my DH has had rabbits before, but never had this issue. We have a now 7 month old, almost 8 month old doe that is not interested in breeding. We have tried 3 different bucks and none look to have been successful. She has been a little bit different with each buck - First buck, she just kept running away from, we thought she was bred, gave her 30 days, no kits, back to the drawing board. Second buck, she chewed off whiskers and removed hair from the back of his neck and ran away from, so we started her on sunflower seeds and more leafy greens, thinking it was a vitamin/mineral issue. Third buck, I thought might have been successful, he actually was able to mount her, but I don't think he was successful in breeding her. I left them for a few and came back to her mounting and humping him (a dominance issue). We checked her over and she definitely looks like a her, but she doesn't seem interested in breeding. Otherwise, she has been a nice rabbit, friendly to us, not mean.