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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Female Rabbit? RE: Female Rabbit?


kurottabun
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It sounds territory-related so it’s likely that he will repeat this behaviour as long as he is not neutered. It doesn’t matter whether the other rabbit is male or female – as long as the scent of another rabbit is there, he will most probably freak out. The only way I can think of is to neuter him.

Female rabbits have a high chance of getting uterine cancer once they are older so people usually spay them anyway for their own wellbeing/health. Even if you spay the female and don’t neuter the male, he will still be able to smell her scent on you and thus freak out. So the best way is to neuter the male and spay the female if you are planning to have two rabbits.