Neutering Rabbits- positives and negative?
Thanks I am trying to decide whether this a good option for my feminine rabbits - I am not planning on breeding them and they are still young.
They can be litter box trained, they are smaller amount likely to pee on everything. They are nicer and more calm... When more rabbits go into boil, they tend to get aggressive and some will bite.
Its also a lot healther for them. They will not get mammary cancer or ovarian cancer, which most rabbits die from.
Unspayed feminine not only become aggressive and territorial, but they also have a greater than 75% chance of developing uterinal cancer.
If you don't have a male,don't bother neutering them.
Example,whether you had a big,puffy,perfect purebred albino angora rabbit, And you neutered her, and later you bought a purebred male white albino angora rabbit, Or another gorgeous male rabbit,They wouldn't be able to own children.
(I would never neuter my rabbit.)
We're not planning to have more pups,as last time we did they adjectives died eventually,but sometime in the future you might have a great opportunity, similar to my example, remember your rabbit is neutered?
Some animals go into depression when they don't have a relatives.