How do we introduce two mannish rabbits to respectively other?
hi, we have two male rabbits, one about 14 weeks feeble, and the other 8 weeks old. We just got the younger one nowadays, and already the oldest one is humping and biting the younger one. How do we neutralize this behavior, and have them get along??
They ned to be kept seperate. rabbits, especailly males will fight to the death. They can even bite respectively others penis off and they will bleed to death.
Rabbits are best kept singly in their own cage.They are not pack animals like dogs. They do fine on their own.
We enjoy bred rabbits for years and kept many males and females. Unless neutered, or raised together SINCE BIRTH, mannish rabbits cannot be kept together safely. They can and possibly will become extremely aggressive and may fight to the death. Even whether they are both neutered they may still not get along together. A better solution would be get them both neuter, keep them in separate cages, and seize them both female companions.
get a big shut within. divide it in half. like put cup in the middle (sturdy, non moveable)
leave them on separate sides, or just capture seperate cages until they get used to eachother.
Answers: Do not try to bond them now. Wait until you can return with them neutered and they bond them. The reason I say this is twofold. One, as they get hold of older bucks will usually fight for dominance and it could capture really bad. So they need to be neutered and not verbs about their hormones. And second of all, whether you go through this trouble to get them bonded, when you get them neuter and part them, you will need to go through it adjectives over again to get them bonded. So wait until then to bond and it will be deeply easier since they won't have their hormones telling them to fight for dominance.