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    Default Bonding a quad - stalemate - PLEASE HELP

    Hi there
    I have my two bonded Male / female buns in a 6 x 4 foot run indoors, on neutral territory to start the bonding process of hopefully getting them to a bonded quad. They have been in the run for a day and a half but not really interacting with each other and have dominated half the run each in the separate pairs / corners. There have been a few spats that I have had to intervene but nothing too bad.
    Any suggestions anyone? We seem to be at a stalemate!!! Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayne2710 View Post
    Hi there
    I have my two bonded Male / female buns in a 6 x 4 foot run indoors, on neutral territory to start the bonding process of hopefully getting them to a bonded quad. They have been in the run for a day and a half but not really interacting with each other and have dominated half the run each in the separate pairs / corners. There have been a few spats that I have had to intervene but nothing too bad.
    Any suggestions anyone? We seem to be at a stalemate!!! Thanks

    Make the space smaller so they have to interact. Get one big litter box (did you find a fruit box? ).

    Scatter feed - herbs are good for bringing bunnies together and put food in the litter tray to attract them to be together.

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    Just reduce the space - so they canít claim corners. Iím doing a quad bond at the moment and itís going well
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