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

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This thread is now permanently locked. We have determined that no benefit may come from further engagement in this thread.

 Advice has been given and the OP stated that the bunnies will be separated until after the bunny is fixed in 2 months from now.    

TobyDaBunny – Please feel free to start a new post if you want to get advice and tips that can be done prior to bonding while you are keeping your bunnies separated.  Be sure to give as much info as you can to be clear so as to avoid misunderstandings like what may have happened in this thread. 

Also you may discover some challenging behaviors with both of your bunnies, even while separated, especially when your new bunny reaches sexual maturity . Their scent can be strong and cause marking and strong behaviors.  And if you need help with that, don’t hesitate to post. Have a look around these links first so you can get some basics as well.  

https://binkybunny.com/BUNNYINFO/tabid/53/CategoryID/10/PID/940/Default.aspx

https://binkybunny.com/BUNNYINFO/tabid/53/CategoryID/9/PID/940/Default.aspx

https://rabbit.org/the-most-important-word-in-bonding-is-patience/

https://rabbit.org/tag/bonding/


All members: Moving forward in future posts – Please follow the forum rules regarding forum etiquette.   The baby bunny is now already part of the Toby’s household.   Further criticism of this in future posts to verbally punish or berate the OP will be unproductive and may hinder helpful information. 



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