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Last Post by Sarita at 7/02/2008 4:28 AM (4 Replies)
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User is Offline DawnT
North Huntingdon PA United States
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6/22/2008 7:26 AM

I have 3 bunny brothers that will be netured in 2 weeks.   I had to sperate them about a month ago becasue they were fighting and terrorizing their mother.  The three boys are in a bunny condo that have a total of 4 floors.  Will I need to re-bond everyone after surgery?


User is Offline Sarita
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6/22/2008 2:37 PM
Most likely you will need to go through the bonding process if they have been fighting and been separated - I think that would be the wisest thing to do.

User is Offline Beka27
Cleveland, Ohio (USA)
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6/23/2008 4:02 AM
are you going to try and bond everyone together or bond them into pairs? pairs would be easier i think.
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User is Offline DawnT
North Huntingdon PA United States
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7/02/2008 1:37 AM

I am not sure what to do since I really do not know anything about bonding buns.  The good news is the local animal shelter (Animal Friends) is going to come to my house and help me with the bonding.  

Is bonding buns hard to do?


User is Offline Sarita
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7/02/2008 4:28 AM
Sometimes bonding is very easy but more than likely it is going to be a challenge. You just have to be persistent and keep trying if there isn't an immediate bond.
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