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Neutering Rabbits

Female rabbits can be spayed as soon as they are sexually mature which is usually around four months of age. The risk of diseases related to the reproductive organs in females is reduced by almost 100% when your rabbit is neutered before six months of age. 80% of unneutered female rabbits over the age of four suffer from endometriosis which can predispose your rabbit to infection and lead to uterine cancer and pyometra.

Male rabbits can be castrated as soon as their testicles have descended which is usually around three to four months of age. There are not the same disease related risks with male rabbits but he is likely to live longer as he won't be tempted to fight with other animals (rabbits, cats, etc.) due to his sexual aggression. Neutered male rabbits are often much easier to handle as well.



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