Lapis ISSN 2398-2969

Rabbit companions Owner Factsheet

Rabbits are social animals; in the wild large groups will live happily together, providing company, security and physical grooming to each other. Company of their own kind is just as important for pet rabbits too. However, to ensure that the bonding process is as trouble-free as possible, there are some simple, but important guidelines that should be followed.

Which are the most successful combinations?

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What about same sex combinations?

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What about guinea pigs?

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How should rabbits be bonded?

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Can rabbits that have lived alone for years have a bunny companion?

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My house rabbit gets lots of human company - does he still need a bunny companion?

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Can I introduce a third bunny to a bonded pair?

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Where can I get a companion for my bunny?

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What happens if one bunny falls ill?

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What should I do if one of a bonded pairs dies?

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