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Dominant buns will often groom. Sometimes I think it’s Leopold’s way of taking care of what he “owns” (i.e. Wooly). Gotta keep him looking neat and tidy, you know.

Submissive head bowing is sometimes hard to pick up on. Usually the submissive bunny will have their whole body flattened to the floor though and their chin will be pressed on the floor. Demanding to be groomed is more of an aggressive act where the dominant bunny shoves their head under the face of the other bunny. Or shoves their head under your hand. There’s usually pushing and shoving involved so the head can be placed into “grooming position”.