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Mikey
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Two months or longer is best as it helps remove the fighting from their memories, or atleast allow them not to hold a grudge on eachother for the fighting. The wait, although a but long, can do wonders. My two buns who had a skin tearing scuffle before, groom and cuddle one another now after the wait and rebonding

It could be territory then, or he is just mad and taking it out on her. Sometimes scuffles like that start for reasons like nipping that escalates or lunging that becomes full chasing, ect. If she freezes when around him, it means she is a bit scared, which isnt really anything to worry about in most cases. But since shes not doing anything specific to bother him, it sounds like it would be territory or he doesnt feel like he is dominant enough so he is trying to “prove” it