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My first rabbit I got neutered cost over $250. After that I adopted my rabbits from rescue groups and animal care and control and the adoption fee included the surgery, and the adoption fees varied from $40 - $80 depending on the group. So that saved!
Also, sometimes vets prefer to do tests, like blood-work, on rabbits older than 2 years just to make sure they are healthy before they do the surgery. So that can sometimes raise the price. So just make sure to let them know your bunny is two, so you don't get hit with any unexpected costs.
Gravehearted gave you great links. So keep us updated and let us know how it goes.
i currently dont have any income and am goign to get domino fixed as i have no imcome at the moment and stuggle as it is i was told i could get free vet care by PDSA http://www.pdsa.org.uk/index.html i was just wonderign do you think these people are qualliflyed to do the job
concerned bunny mummy =S
You should definitely run some very important questions by them to see if they are experienced enough with rabbits.Here's a link to the questions you should ask: http://www.rabbit.org/faq/sections/...#questions
It varies just like where you live and the cost of living.
I live in Ohio and for a spay it cost us $120 per bun. A neuter is $105.
I agree with everyone else. Make sure they do buns on a regular basis.