Bonding

If you have a resident rabbit and is introducing a new rabbit, we recommend that you place them side by side in play-pen setup. As rabbits are prey animals, they do not accept a new mate immediately and requires a ‘bonding period’ which can range from days to months. It is important to give them time to get acquainted.

 Side by Side Playpen

Side by Side Playpen

 if your rabbit is currently free-roaming, then only the new rabbit must be confined

if your rabbit is currently free-roaming, then only the new rabbit must be confined

Roaming

If the rabbit is well litter-trained, you can enclose him in a corner of the house or let him roam the entire house if the space is well bunny-proofed.

 2 rabbits allow to free-roam in bedroom. Baby gate used to confine.

2 rabbits allow to free-roam in bedroom. Baby gate used to confine.

 rabbits enclosed in one corner of the living room using metal grids.

rabbits enclosed in one corner of the living room using metal grids.

 2 rabbits allow to free-roam the entire house if every corner is bunny-proofed and rabbit will not destroy your furniture.

2 rabbits allow to free-roam the entire house if every corner is bunny-proofed and rabbit will not destroy your furniture.