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Neutering - why and when

Clapis
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Vetstream Ltd


Neutering - why and when

Everyone knows that rabbits breed like, well.... rabbits! The number of pet rabbits born each year is far greater than the number of good homes that can be found for them. As a result, thousands of rabbits find their way to re-homing centres where they wait for adoption. Responsible rabbit owners realise that neutering (sterilising, castrating, spaying) will not only reduce these numbers, but will also safeguard their rabbit's health and welfare for the future.

What does neutering involve?

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What are the benefits of neutering?

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When should my rabbit be neutered?

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Is neutering dangerous?

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Will neutering make my rabbit fat and lazy?

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Is neutering expensive?

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