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Thanks for taking in this bunny and giving her a good home. A rabbit who is 3 to 4 years old isn’t too old to be spayed. When rabbits are older, a vet will normally perform blood tests ahead of time to check the function of her organs, and give her a general checkup to make sure see has no health concerns.