"Neutered" buck breeds doe and produces litter. Help!

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Dec 31, 2006
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Calgary, Alberta, Canada
If the testicles were not there and you thought he was a bit older, then it could be reasonable to assume he was neutered.

When I adopted Sean, the Humane Society thought he was intact and was pulling his testicles up. It turned out that he was neutered and they didn't find out until they went the neuter him (they just shaved him and didn't cut in). If a Humane Society can make a mistake when they take in hundred of rabbits a year, then it could happen to anyone.

The important thing is that you are willing to help with the situation. Right now it is important to get the buck neutered and take care of the litter.

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