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rabbits question

Discussion in 'All other pets' started by ryokitokiri, Mar 28, 2004.

  1. ryokitokiri

    ryokitokiri New Member

    does anyone have any idea of whats wrong??

    my 2 year old dutch male has been sraying his urine to the back of his cage and its a real mess to clean it up. Does anyone have a clue of why he might be doing this?
    And about 1 year ago, (this happened 2 times) he was running around me on the floor where I was laying and he sprayed his pee on me!!!
    UCK!!!!!!!!! and i am just wondering why he did that, cause it got all over me!!! :(
  2. nern

    nern New Member

    Sounds like he might be marking his territory.
  3. angelgirl2003

    angelgirl2003 New Member

    He is def. marking his territory....get him neutured as soon as possible or this will become habit. Also, rabbits are prone to cancer if they are not "bred". Do the right thing and have him neutured. :)
  4. ryokitokiri

    ryokitokiri New Member

    and how much will that usually cost??[/code]
  5. ryokitokiri

    ryokitokiri New Member

    and how much would it normally cost?[/b]
  6. nern

    nern New Member

    The price will probably vary depending on your area and which vet you go to. I beleive my vet quoted my sister around $100.00 to have her rabbit spayed. You can contact a few vets in your area to get a general idea of the cost and you might even be able get it done at a lower rate through your local humane society. I know some humane societies offer low cost spay/neuter for dogs and cats...not sure about rabbits but it might be worth looking into if your funds are limited.

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