Why Spay and Neuter ?

Desexed rabbits are healthier, and live longer than undesexed rabbits.
The risk of reproductive cancers (ovarian, uterine, mammarian) is virtually eliminated by spaying.
Your desexed boy bunny will live longer too, he won't get testicular cancer, and his aggression will be greatly reduced (he'll be less likely to get into fights).
Desexed rabbits make better companions.
They are calmer, more loving, and dependable once the undeniable urge to mate has been removed. In addition, rabbits are less prone to destructive (chewing, digging) and aggressive (biting, lunging, circling, growling) behavior after surgery.
Avoidance of obnoxious behavior.
Undesexed male rabbits spray, and both males and females are much easier to litter train, and much more reliably trained, after they have been Desexed.
Desexed rabbits won't contribute to the problem of overpopulation of rabbits.
Rabbits are considered pests in Australia, and until 1986 it was illegal to keep rabbits as pets here.  It is still illegal in Queensland.  Desexed rabbits will not contribute to overpopulation, every rabbit that is desexed (and microchipped) sends a message to the government that rabbit owners are responsible, that rabbits are as much loved as cats and dogs, and deserve the right to vaccinated against Myxomatosis.
Desexed rabbits can live happily ever after with the bun of their choice
Rabbits are very social, and are accustomed to living with a bonded mate. But unless your pet rabbit is desexed, they will be unlikely to live in harmony with another bun, due to territoriality, possessiveness, aggression, and fighting.
Any anesthesia is a risk, for a human or an animal, but the risks of spaying and neutering are very low if you follow our simple guidelines for selecting a vet.