But....there are some things they do well.
- Teaching people to watch their rabbits to understand their body language.
- Helping people form bonds between rabbits.
you may find the following links helpful
My Secrets to bonding my bunnies.
Bonding Pet Bunnies.
One thing you MUST remember....each rabbit is an individual. Some rabbits simply DO NOT like to be around other rabbits. Some rabbits do not make for good companions with each other.
Hormones can mess with rabbits and how they get along with each other so removing hormones from the equation can be an aid in bonding.
Sometimes you simply need to let two bunnies work it out between themselves. As long as no blood is drawn I tend to be fine with bunnies figuring out the pecking order.
regardless of what you do though, remember you will always need to monitor your bunnies. The thing I read over and over again is about "bonds breaking". Rabbits decide they don't like each other, or they just need time away from each other.
the more room bunnies have to hang out in, the easier it is to bond them.
bonding young bunnies is easier to do than older bunnies.
When I mix weanlings together I dump a bit whack of hay in the cage and by the time they are done eating they all smell like each other so life is good. BUT I still need to keep an eye on them. As bunnies mature hormones start to mess with their heads so they can scuffle. Again....if not blood is drawn and both are healthy I don't worry on it....but it means I need to be aware of the potential for damage. Buns can hurt each other quickly so it's imperative to keep a close eye on them.