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This video shows rabbit care and why there is a need to have your rabbit spayed or neutered. Discussed is the benefits of ...
having your pet spayed or neutered.
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Hi, my name is Aileen Carol Hogspot, with Friends of Rabbits, I’m here talking about how to care for your rabbit, and know we are going to discuss the importance of spay and neutering. With me today, I have Jenny, she will be my example rabbit, we’re going to talk about some of the basic misconceptions on rabbits in regards to sex identification. Females normally look like males up until three months when their testicles will descend, so at the beginning, you may truly believe that you actually have two females and in fact you actually have one female and one male. Female’s gestational period is 28 days, unfortunately as soon as they give birth, these birth litters can be anywhere from 5-10 babies at a time. They can actually get pregnant on the same day that they gave birth, so it’s very important, once you get your rabbit to spay or neuter immediately, unless it’s already been done by the people that you’ve acquired your rabbit from. I also want to explain that there are benefits besides health benefits, health benefits being that females can later on life can be prone to uterine or ovarian cancer if they are not spayed, males can have danger of injuring their testicles if they’re not neutered. And also in the sense of what your rabbit’s relationships gonna be later on. Rabbits have less chance of digging and chewing, you’ll see some lessened of those abilities, obviously rabbits will still continue to dig and chew but the severity will lessen. You will also find that they will have less of a chance, both males and females of spraying or mounting, mounting their mates or their bonded partners. And also in general it’s their good to, you know, do this, due to spaying and neutering because it makes for better relationships later on with your rabbits have, whether they have a single life or a life with another partner or a group of rabbits. And that’s the importance of spaying and neutering your rabbit. Our next clip will be on the importance of social needs for your rabbit.