Yeah, the most important thing isn't usually price, it's the vets experience and knowledge of rabbits.
Ask about how many rabbits they've fixed, and out of those did they ever have any pass away for any reasons. Don't go to a vet that's only worked with a handful of rabbits, or one that's had a lot die on them.
To make sure they know what they're doing, it's a good idea for you to read up on the facts then ask your vet questions and make sure they know the right answers too! Like ask them if your rabbit can eat the night before surgery, and the answer should be yes, you do not fast rabbits like you would cats or dogs because they need to have food in their system, and they can't throw up. Also, ask your vet what kind of anesthesia they use on rabbits - isoflurane is usually considered the safest to use on rabbits.
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