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Roo1234

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I was breeding my bunny’s in the beginning but now I have decided that I want them as pets. I’m having trouble finding a place in my area that can neuter/spay my bunny’s.
I also have five bunny’s I was thinking it would be best to put a couple up for adoption, because I’m not sure you can bond five bunny’s with success.
 

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Rabbit rescues will have references for experienced rabbit vets. It would be the ones they use for their rabbits.
If you do adopt any out, I'd suggest having them fixed first otherwise they may end up adding to the pet rabbit overpopulation and putting additional burden on rabbit rescues.
 

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See if any of these is near you. If not and you can't find a local vet with at least a moderate amount of rabbit experience, then you may need to do some traveling to a vet that does, if you want to get your rabbits fixed.


Yes, rabbits can be bonded into groups. Though it can get complicated, depending on their personalities. I had a group of 7, though mine were mostly a mom and her babies(all fixed). Just make sure you first understand the basics of rabbit body language and bonding. And though it's likely you will at least be able to get 2 of your rabbits to be a good match and bond, just know that there are no guarantees.




 

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I've had good luck by getting in contact with smaller rescues and asking which vet in the area they use. The vet typically has a lot of experience from working with the rescue's rabbits and tend to have more affordable rates to accommodate larger groups. Good luck!
 

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