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Forum BEHAVIOR Who’s the dominant one?

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    • Starlightbunny
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        So I can’t seem to figure out who’s the dominant one of my two rabbits Sandy and Starlight. They seem to both hump each other equally and though Sandy seems to act like a little piggy at feeding time Starlight takes no attitude from him. The last pair I had forever ago It was clear the female Honey Bunny was dominant over the male Plumpy. I also noticed they do equal grooming too. Sorry if it’s a silly question it’s just it’s been awhile since I have had a bonded pair of rabbits. Thanks.


      • DanaNM
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          It’s very hard to tell in many bonded pairs! I’ve given up trying :p

          I’m convinced half the time both buns think they are top bun 😀

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        • LBJ10
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            Yes, one bunny is only top bun if the other one accepts it. Sometimes they both think they are the dominant one.

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