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  1. Hopsicles

    Help - Has my bunny been neutered?

    I adopted my netherland dwarf bunny a month ago from his former owner who is not able to take care of him anymore. His former owner told me that she is certain that the bunny is neutered, however, I just found out that he may still have his testicles. Nevertheless, his behaviour is not hormonal...
  2. PureElla

    Preparing for a rabbit neuter!

    Hey there! I'm getting my 7-8 month old Holland lop neutered. It is a 45-65 minute drive, so almost an hour. We have a new carrier that has enough space for Toby to lay in and eat, but not too big (So he doesn't slide around). I am going to line it with newspaper and an old circle rug. He is...
  3. Elys1

    Can i put an un neutered buck with a neutered buck, or should i wait?

    I have recently got a Netherlands dwarf buck who’s currently 12 weeks But as he is a dwarf the vet has said that he cannot be neutered untill he is 6 months due to his size; i am looking to bond him with my 1 year old french lop buck who is already neutered. Could i begin to bond them yet or...
  4. M

    Please advice!! Bunny limping after neutering

    Thanks in advance for any advice you guys give. I just got my younger bunny neutered today. I brought him home few hours back. He was hiding behind the curtain for a few hours. He is eating and pooping but his one hind leg seems swollen and not moving. He is not able to use it but it doesn't...
  5. AmandaCat

    Should I neuter a well-behaved bunny?

    My mini lop Louie is almost two years old. I had planned to get him neutered when he began to show aggressive behavior at puberty, but he never did. He never charges or bites, and I’ve never seen him spray. He’s curious and calm, really just a great bun. I want to eventually get a second bunny...
  6. KHett

    Neutering a 3 year old Holland Lop

    I recently acquired a 3.5 year old retired Holland Lop stud from a breeder about a month ago. Here's the backstory: I had rabbits growing up (one at a time) who lived free range in our home. It was my intention in getting a bunny now that it would also be free range in our home. I contacted...
  7. Kayla Martin

    Desexing my 4mth old

    I’m a first time rabbit owner, so I’m unsure on how to proceed. My sweet Buffy is 4 months old. I’ve know since planning on getting a rabbit that I’d get it/her desexed when they were old enough. Buffy has recently taken up digging as an increasing behaviour that has me thinking it might be...
  8. Bonnie96

    Rabbit behaviour help male and female - mounting

    Hi all I would really appreciate some advice please. I have two rabbits (brother and sister) I have had them both since they were 8 weeks. The male has been neutered and the female is booked to be neutered next week (they're both 6 months). Over the last few days she has been mounting him and...
  9. Kat Lust

    Should I Spay My Two Bunnies?

    Hi everyone, still a bit new and I was hoping for some advice. I have two buns and they are littermates, both female, and they are 3 months old. I know since they are female I don't have to worry about reproduction between them, but would you still recommend getting them spayed? I've heard that...
  10. Floyd2019

    Nervous about Neutering! Need advice

    So random question about neutering my male 8 month old rex/lionhead rabbit. He went through digestion and cecum disorders when he was younger and only just got back to a healthy state a few months ago. Now that he is healthy he has started eating my carpet and peeing on my bed, it's bad for his...
  11. Alek

    How long to keep separate after neuter?

    I have an unaltered female netherland, and she cannot be spayed. I am fostering a dwarf hotot who was neutered last Thursday, and her and him live in cages side by side- they groom, lay together, and they play through the cage. I really want to know how long I need to wait before letting them...
  12. Fran & Gabriel

    Cryptorchid Bun (undescended testicles) spay or not spay?

    Hello everybody, my little netherland dwarf Gabriel (6 months old) has undescended testicles. I have no problem with his behaviour ( he doesn't hump or spray urine) and he is the only rabbit in the house. I was wondering if removing the testicles is still necessary, I'd rather not risk a complex...