I agree with the advice mentioned already, though I do have a tip to add.
Whenever transporting your bunny from or to the hutch, move her backwards, so she can't see where she's going. This will prevent MUCH (but most likely not ALL) of the kicking and scratching.
As far as spaying, it's a risky procedure. Not a lot of vets are as comfortable spaying rabbits as they are neutering. So, you may not want to risk it. However, on the opposite side of the spectrum, I've heard of many house rabbits who have gotten cancer in one or more of their reproductive organs because they were never spayed, and never bred.
Maybe talk to a vet. You should have your rabbit checked up regularly (and if you haven't had her checked yet, then you should consider taking her soon), and most vets around here can offer some advice on behavioural conditioning as well.
Last edited by velvetrabbit; 11-16-2004 at 10:29 PM.