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Why should you neuter your rabbit?

As rabbits are very social animals who need company, neutering or spaying is very important to avoid any unwanted pregnancies and any aggression.

It can protect female rabbits from unwanted diseases such as uterine cancer and can also help them live longer!

Neutering or spaying can take place from 10-12 weeks of age, but ideally wait until your rabbit is at least 4-6 months old. Aggression in males doesn’t start until they reach sexual maturity.

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