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Home Forums BONDING Adding a 3rd bunny

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    Holland lop bunnies
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    I have a female and Male fixed bonded pair. I want to add another bunny to my group.. but I dont know if I should get a Male or female.


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    DanaNM
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    I’m not experienced with trios, but I think most trios are 2 males and 1 female. Females tend to be more territorial.


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    nojaxk
    Participant

    I agree with the above statement. I’ve found that 2 males are the better arrangement as females tend to be territorial and possessive of their bond


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    vanessa
    Participant

    My trio is 2 females and 1 male. Each bunny is different. Of my 2 females, one has displayed very dominant territorial traits, the other is the opposite, and quite submissive. If raised about 34 rabbits, and I dont think females r any more territorial than males.


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