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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Neuter RE: Neuter


Jazlyn
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When my rabbit had to go under for his amputation, my vet did a blood test and used isofluorane anaesthesia. He prescribed baytril, metacam, and buprenorphine. He also stayed overnight for monitoring and aftercare, though his was also a hind leg amputation so that might have changed a few things.
I can’t remember what the medicines were for, but I believe just they were just to prevent infection and pain.
My bun also were a cone for 10 days after, but thats just because he doesn’t know how to leave anything new alone.
For the bonding, I think they should be fine as long as you are monitoring them to make sure nothing goes wrong. It may be easier to get the flemish giant as a baby so they have less of a size difference though. Most also suggest a female, as it is most natural for rabbits to bond with the opposite sex, but same gender pairings are possible. I have 2 boys, mini rex and mini lop/lionhead.