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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > BEHAVIOR > spraying urine!!! ewww!!!
Last Post by SirThumpsey at 7/06/2009 6:24 AM (23 Replies)
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User is Offline KytKattin
California
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7/02/2009 3:09 PM
Isabelle, your rabbits are probably going into puberty right now. There is a large chance all of them will start exhibiting some behavior your not going to like. I do think that getting him neutered first may actually be a good idea though as neuters are a less expensive, less invasive surgery and having him done may make you more confident when you get your girls done.

User is Offline Isabelle88
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7/03/2009 4:17 PM
I am going to call a list of vets on Monday and I will ask, the vet we take Dude to was charging the same for both girls and boys

thankfully only Phoebo is doing this, his brother Twiggy is the same age and hes a sweetheart but when he is taken out he poops everywhere, I hate that, the only 2 that are the same age, Julie and Shadow dont have any trouble now being sexually active, Julie is kinda of chunky and a scardy cat and she wasnt before but Shadow is completely the same as he was when he was a baby.

Spot, Briskey and Bugs are the youngest by a month and a half and so far still doing great, no aggression or spraying

User is Offline KytKattin
California
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7/03/2009 9:06 PM
Well, they do all hit puberty at slightly different ages. Just like people! So like instead of 11-16 years for most girls, it could be 4-8 months for a rabbit. Though it it also true that some rabbits will never display any unwanted behaviors if left unaltered.

Spay and neuter the same price? That is odd. A neuter is a much easier, less invasive process. I will be surprised if you can't find someplace cheaper (and maybe better, since that does kind of raise a red flag for me personally...). And don't forget to contact a rescue and see who does it for them! Maybe once you find a good vet you could also work out a discount due to the large amount you are going to have done.

User is Offline SirThumpsey
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7/06/2009 6:24 AM

Sir Thumps a lot did that to me last night.  [Edit: sprayed me in the face]

He never started spraying until I brought Bunnie into the mix. It could have been his age but I'm pretty sure it has something to do with a Pretty and Fertile female rabbit.

He has his appointment to get fixed on Wednesday. I can't wait. Once he did that I promised myself that I'm going to try to get it done this week.

Moving him up will probably help a lot.

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