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jerseygirl
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Welcome! Your post popped up in the Tech section, so I moved it here where it’s more likely to be seen. : )

I don’t have any experience with long furred bunnies, though I spent some time removing little mats around the tail from my short haired elderly bun last night. I can only imagine how quickly it matts for the long furred breeds!

Could you request the clinic do a sanitary shave for him when he goes in for his neuter? That might help you keep on top of things until you can get him more accustomed to grooming.

Hopefully some other members will have some grooming advice for you.