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Home Forums BEHAVIOR Can’t get male Rabbit neutered/behavioural problem

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    Binky&Buttons
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    I was hoping someone could give me some advice about my lovely two year old Dutch, Binky? He’s a lovely house rabbit who is very friendly but recently, with the spring he is becoming very frisky and I’m afraid he will hurt himself. We have tried to get him neutered but he nearly died and the vet has recommended we don’t try again. We can’t put him outside as our areas has had rabbits stolen for dog fighting. We would rather not get a girlfriend for him as we don’t have the space.

    Can anyone recommend a safe calming plug in spray for the room or any other tips and tricks?


    #1894510

    Sirius&Luna
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    It’s good you’re not planning on getting him a friend, as it’s very difficult to bond an unneutered bunny, and likely impossible if he’s humping a lot.

    I tried pet rememdy as a calming plug in when I was bonding my buns. Personally, I hated the smell of it, and I didn’t think it had any effect, but I do know other people that have had good success with it.

    What was the problem with his neuter?


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    Bunny House
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    If the vet is rabbit savvy there should be no issue with surgery unless there is a health issue that a blood test can show.

    I would be careful with plugins since they can be toxic to any animals in the house


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