This practice recommends neutering of rabbits if they are not used for breeding stock to prevent health-related problems, including tesiticular and ovarian cancers/infections. Neutering also tends to assist with behavioural issues owners tend to find with more than 1 rabbit housed together.
- Can be done from the age of 4 months (and minimum weight of at least one kilo)
- Both testicles removed
- Can be done from the age of 4 months (and mimimum weight of one kilo)
- Mid-line incision made and the uterus including ovaries are removed
We offer help and advice on any neutering procedures you may be considering for your pet, as well as all aftercare and health advice for your pet during and after treatment. For more information, call your local Island Veterinary practice, or use our enquiry form.