Rabbits who've grown out of adolescence are a great option for several reasons:
Rabbits cannot be spayed or neutered until they're at least 5 or 6 months old but they begin adolescence as early as 10 weeks old. This means they may have some behaviors that require patience from their families until they can be fixed several weeks later. However, these older rabbits can be spayed/neutered right away.
If you're wanting to bond a new rabbit to one you already have, getting one that can be fixed asap is a huge help! (Please do careful research before attempting to bond rabbits who don't know each other.)
They're great for families with small children as they're larger and less fragile. There still needs to be adult supervision when small children are with them but larger rabbits who've been around humans for several months has its advantages.
They're also ready to eat a normal diet of safe fruits, veggies, and adult pellets which means you don't have to worry about the process of slowly transitioning them from a baby diet to an adult diet.
Reach out for more information. Unless already bonded, rabbits taken in pairs must be spayed/neutered before attempting to bond them.
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