Cheap Vet for Neutering Two Male Rabbits in Houston Area?

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CiaraGalv

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I just adopted two male rabbits that are about 8 weeks old. They are getting along really well right now, but I would like to have a planned vet in case it doesn't go as planned when their hormones kick in.
Every vet that I have called so far has estimated me at least $300 each to get them neutered.
Does anyone know any cheaper vets in the Houston area for them that I can have them neutered in the future?
(If I need to drive a little, it is not an issue)
 

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You could look up rabbit rescues somewhat close to you. Give them a call and ask which vet they would reccommend. Usually will be cheaper that way?
 

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This clinic in Dallas looks like they have an affordable price, but that's quite a drive. If the neuter price is really that low, it might be worth it to you if your rabbits can handle that long of a trip.



Just so you know, having a very experienced rabbit vet do the surgery will help minimize the risks of things going wrong. So going to a low cost place if they aren't very experienced with rabbits, may not be the best option even if you save some money. You can check these links to see if any have the name of a vet office that will work out for you.


 

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This clinic in Dallas looks like they have an affordable price, but that's quite a drive. If the neuter price is really that low, it might be worth it to you if your rabbits can handle that long of a trip.



Just so you know, having a very experienced rabbit vet do the surgery will help minimize the risks of things going wrong. So going to a low cost place if they aren't very experienced with rabbits, may not be the best option even if you save some money. You can check these links to see if any have the name of a vet office that will work out for you.


Okay thanks so much! I'll look into it
 
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