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    Default Who has a pair of bonded males?

    How do they get on? Are they more likely to fall out than girls. Anything you can tell me would be great

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    Quote Originally Posted by sally1974 View Post
    How do they get on? Are they more likely to fall out than girls. Anything you can tell me would be great
    I do but they are brothers so I'm not sure that counts

    They love each other to bits.
    I AM BUNNYMUMMY TO 22 GORGEOUS RABBITS

    Also remembering my beautiful bridge bunnies.xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by biscuitblossom View Post
    I do but they are brothers so I'm not sure that counts

    They love each other to bits.
    That's lovely and gives me a positive spin on two males together thank you

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    As long as they are both neutered then they may bond OK. I have always found bonding two compatible (personality wise) neutered males the easiest, easier than M/F bonds and MUCH easier than F/F bonds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post
    As long as they are both neutered then they may bond OK. I have always found bonding two compatible (personality wise) neutered males the easiest, easier than M/F bonds and MUCH easier than F/F bonds.
    Thank you Jane, they are already bonded but not neutered yet xxx

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    I have 2 boys... living with a girl. So easy to bond. Boys are much easier to bond than 2 females in my opinion! Well that's just my experience anyway.

    Theo, Tinkerbell and Hector. The black dutch Hector had also lived with another one of my boys Mischief in a trio with Tinkerbell but sadly Mischief passed away. Also before I took on Hector, Mischief lived with Tinkerbell and another boy, Jasper also at the bridge. So I've had 3 trios, all with 2 boys and a girl so 2 boys should be easy.

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    Binky free Mischief, Tinkerbell, Jasper, Blossom, Theo, Poppy, Hector, Velvet and Reuben xxx

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    I have a group of 6 boys, trio of boys and a pair of boys They get along just fine

    Eta I also think they bond more easily and are more laid back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mischief and Tinker's Mum View Post
    I have 2 boys... living with a girl. So easy to bond. Boys are much easier to bond than 2 females in my opinion! Well that's just my experience anyway.

    Theo, Tinkerbell and Hector. The black dutch Hector had also lived with another one of my boys Mischief in a trio with Tinkerbell but sadly Mischief passed away. Also before I took on Hector, Mischief lived with Tinkerbell and another boy, Jasper also at the bridge. So I've had 3 trios, all with 2 boys and a girl so 2 boys should be easy.

    Absolutely gorgeous thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by alio71 View Post
    I have a group of 6 boys, trio of boys and a pair of boys They get along just fine

    Eta I also think they bond more easily and are more laid back.
    That's really good to hear thank you xxx

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    Have a look at the pics I posted of them this morning

    http://forums.rabbitrehome.org.uk/sh...98#post5741498

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