We own an unneutered female rabbit, since one week she is alone because her partner died. The search for a new partner is difficult, because we want an adult neutered rabbit-man for her, dwarf, no teddy fur and no lop ears. We have found one male rabbit, but he is unneutered. (Searched in animal shelters and small ad)
We want to exclude the cause, that they absolute dislike each other, before we neuter the male. But we do not want the female to become pregnant.
Is there the chance to do so?
Can neutering change something, so it works before, but not after it?
How big is the risk, they see and at once start to mate?
The actual owner of the male would take him back, if the socializing do not work well. I assume neutering is not part of this. Additional I want to spare the male the neutering, if we can not keep him with our female.