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Home Forums BEHAVIOR introducing my bunny to a new one?

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    Hapu_the_waffle
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    so I only have one bunny her name is Hapu and I know bunnys get lonely so I was going to get another one any tips on how to introduce them and would it matter if they weren’t the same type of bunny I have a lion head but the breeder I get them from doesn’t breed lion heads anymore so would it be okay if I got a different type of bunny or would it bother her if its not the same breed if I have to I can always drive a couple city’s over to get the same breed but I just want to know if they have to be the same breed of bunny


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    sarahthegemini
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    Breed, age and gender don’t matter to bunnies. All that matters is that both bunnies are spayed/neutered. Check out the bonding section as it’s a very complex process (you can’t just put two rabbits together)


    #1891022
    Harley&Thumper
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    Hapu is only 2 months old at the moment, right? You’re going to have to wait until she is at least 6 months old and ready to be spayed. After that I would recommend adopting an already neutered male bunny of any age and have them live side by side for a month and a half as Hapu recovers from her spay. Make sure they can’t reach each other through their enclosures. After the a month and a half like that has gone by you can start the bonding process.

    Size also doesn’t matter in most cases, it just makes feeding a bit more complicated. At my local shelter we once had a tiny Holland Lop bonded with a rather large New Zealand White.


    #1891047
    Hapu_the_waffle
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    Okay Thanks! I will check out the bonding section and I will have to get her shots and stuff thanks for the help


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