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Is it important to neuter my rabbit?

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I have one rabbit. How important is it that I have him neutered? I don't want to put him through any unnecessary surgery.

asked May 16, 2013 in Rabbits by (3,100 points)

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Rabbits reach sexual maturity between 3-8 months old. If you don't spay/neuter your rabbit there are personality changes that can take place. Your rabbit may spray you, be very clingy, show territorial aggression, chew and dig destructively and more annoying behaviors. Female bunnies have a higher risk of uterine cancer if not spayed. Neutering is not an unnecessary surgery and is definitely recommended, particularly if you have both male and female bunnies.
answered May 19, 2013 by (36,420 points)