being conscientious about the pet overpopulation, don’t forget to spay
or neuter your pet rabbit. Altering rabbits can reduce hormone-driven
behavior such as lunging, mounting, spraying, and boxing. Spaying
females can prevent ovarian, mammarian, and uterine cancers, which can
be prevalent in mature does. Also, rabbits reproduce faster than dogs
or cats and are the third-most surrendered animal to shelters.
Spay or neuter surgery carries a one-time cost
that is relatively small when one considers its benefits.
It's a small price to pay for the health of your pet and the prevention
of more unwanted animals.