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Home Forums BONDING Bonding before or after holiday

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    Cay07
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    Hi all,

    My 4 month old rabbits have recently been neutered and separated.

    I am waiting for a month before bonding them, however I have noticed that two weeks into when I could start bonding them I am holiday for 2 weeks.

    I am eager to bond them, but should I just wait two months from now? (the month I’m waiting for hormones to settle, 2 weeks prior to holiday and 2 weeks on holiday). Will it drastically affect their bonding process if they have a two week break in between?


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    Sirius&Luna
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    A two week break would probably reset things, if you’re only two weeks in. It’s quite important to be consistent with daily sessions when you’re bonding. I would just wait, there’s no harm in waiting

    You could be doing some prebonding during this time while you’re waiting, and perhaps you could ask whoever is looking after them while you’re on holiday to switch their litter boxes during the two weeks to continue the prebonding


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