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When bonding our 2 bunz, we reverted to using potholders...it worked quite well. When they nipped at each other, we put our COVERED hands between them & talked very quiet & soothing. It took a little patience, but they were unseperable after a few days. We put their cages next to each other with about a 2 inch gap between & every day we inched it closer. Once the 2 cages were touching each other, in the morning we came out & they were smashed up against the sides of the cages snuggling with each other. From there, no more troubles. Good luck!
thaks for all the advice. i end up giving them hay 6-7 tmes a day so i am in the process of making a large hay feed, i buy hay by the bale from a farmer and not at the pet store, so i can just give them a flake at time instead of part of the flake 100 times! lol. it is going well and hopes it will be ready for the weekend. thank you
does anyone have anymore?
I thought I was the only insane city person with bales of hay in the house. LOL Maybe youre not in the city...