Oh ok I didn't know that it was up to the vet but thank u so muchTypically a rabbit can be spayed as soon as the vet is willing. Some vets will spay at earlier ages than others. The size of the rabbit also can have a bearing. Generally speaking, a female is spayed around 5 months of age. Rabbits are considered adults at 6-7 months of age.
Sorry, this is wrong. Rabbit vets recommend spaying between 16 weeks and 6 months. If you wait longer, they lay down fat around the uterus which makes the operation more difficult.Don't spray your females before 7 months bigger race 8 months. Because better is to give her organs time to be an adult. and don't want to rape females. or get pregnant teenagers.
I agree with what @Happy Hollands, that bunnies are mature at different ages, and can be spayed/neutered then.Every breed is considered mature at a different age. For example, I raise Holland Lops and they can be fixed as early as 4 months old, mainly depending on individual maturity and experience of the vet. Normally females can / should be spayed around 5 - 6 months of age Males typically can be neutered as soon as their balls drop!
Yes. This was stated earlier that the size of the rabbit has a bearing. (Most pet rabbits are mixed breeds so it is the actual size/maturity that the vet will go by moreso than "breed" since that is often a guess.)