Rabbit speed dating
We recommend considering the factors that may have caused this before proceeding with “Re-Bonding”.
These may include a change in environment, health problems with one or more of the group, or other stress conditions.
This allows your rabbit to choose his/her most favoured friend.
However we find the circumstances of these dates often hide the "real" reaction which may happen when the "perfect pair" return home, and that in 9 out of 10 bonding experiences the bonding "fight", which often appears to be more violent than it is in reality, will still happen.
We give you all the tools you need to follow a typical rabbit bonding programme.
The session will give you the confidence to carry out the exercises when you return home and progress to a happy bond.
But there's always that small niggle: "Am I doing this right? We ask you to bring your rabbits to us, where we can provide a controlled, neutral and calm environment where we can observe the behaviours with you.
From time-to-time, your rabbits may not follow the “typical” bonding behaviours, and things can get a little more complicated. We ask you to bring your rabbits to us, where we can provide a controlled, neutral and calm environment where we can witness the behaviours for you.
We will carry out an initial introduction session, talking you through the techniques we are using, the rabbit behaviours to expect, and how to respond to these.
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