Join Date: Aug 2004
Location: Chilliwack, BC Canada
I have had/have same sex pairs, both males and females. My two female sisters were not that well bonded though they lived together for 5 years of their life. I have two males who are very bonded to one another, and they are not related and not the same age. It is actually harder to bond same sex unrelated pairs then different sex pairs.
I have found that spaying/neutering a rabbit at a younger age (under a year) to be much less traumatic to their little bodies, in other words the younger they are (4-6 months) the faster they heal afterwards. Older rabbits seems to take more time to heal and need more rest and special attention.
Neutering however is a very simple process and all my boys have been playing and eating as soon as the anesthetic wears off.
Always try and find a Vet in your area who has performed the procedure on a rabbit successfully before.
Adoption. Is the living option.
Can't Afford The Vet? Can't Afford the Pet!