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

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Note that an unspayed female and an unneutered male make babies after…10 weeks (I’m not too sure what the critical age is, someone fill me in). Make sure you seperate them after that age until atleast one of them is neutered to prevent baby Tobies and Ollies!

I think Toby was showing her dominance. My dominant female will also lay on top of her submissive friend sometimes, it’s never the other way around. How old is Toby?