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I currently have 3 netherland dwarf rabbits and they have been with each other for a long time.. I took the two parents in after a neighbor didn't want to care for them after the doe got pregnant. I spayed and neutered both the mom and dad and their daughter as well. I was looking to adopt another rabbit in. She's been in the shelter for a while and is fairly young.
Do you guys think it's safe to introduce the new rabbit? If so, what are the best ways to introduce one new rabbits to a family of 3 rabbits?
However, keep in mind that bonding a rabbit to an existing trio is a very difficult and lengthy process and there is always the possibility they won't bond. Are you prepared to keep the fourth bunny as a separate bun?