It is also important to spay or neuter your rabbit at 4 to 6 months of age. Sexually intact rabbits that are not used for breeding can become frustrated and develop destructive or aggressive behaviors. Altered rabbits are generally calmer and more loving, easier to litter-box train and more reliably trained than intact rabbits. Altering also allows you to add another rabbit to the family safely. Intact rabbits generally do not play well with other rabbits of either sex due to aggressive behaviors triggered by hormones.
A great place to find more information on housing, care, training and behaviors of rabbits is the House Rabbit Society at www.rabbit.org.
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