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Home Forums BEHAVIOR New bunny in tobys territory? RE: New bunny in tobys territory?

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tobyluv
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You really can’t bond them at this time. A permanent bond only happens after both rabbits have been spayed and neutered, then have gone through the bonding process, starting a month or so after their surgeries. They may get along right now, since Ollie is so young, but that is not going to last. His hormones will be kicking in soon, and everything will change. Are you sure that Ollie is only 5.5 weeks old? That’s too young to be away from his mother.

The best thing to do would be to keep them separated now, not even let out to play together, and then you can try bonding them in a few months, after Ollie has had his neuter surgery.