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I'm soon to be joining the world of bonding my buns, so I'll just explain my situation.
I have three buns. Amy (Male) and Daisy (Female), are already bonded, they've been together since birth. They are both neutered/spayed. My other bun, Alfie was neutered almost a week ago. He seems to be healing fine and my plan was to start bonding sessions for him with Amy and Daisy next week.
I understand how to bond, I've read up a lot on it. I'm just not sure how to introduce them all, when I've already got two bonded buns. Do I put Alfie in the bathtub with one of them for a session, give him a bit of a break after, then put him in the bathtub with the other?
I understand that bonding three buns together could end up breaking the bond of Amy and Daisy, which I hope doesn't happen. I also read somewhere to try and bond the most dominent bun of the pair with Alfie and the other would be more accepting. But Amy and Daisy are both dominent in there own ways, so I can't tell who's the most dominent.
What would you do or should I do?