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I am finally getting my buns nutered next week. (Two boys from the same litter, 4 and a half months old). Lately their hormones have been taking over, and they have been fighting (dominance etc)/making up back and forth for a few days, maybe even the last couple of weeks, increasingly. I have been separating them at night, and during the day when they have free roam in the apt, I have been separating them in their cage for a while, before letting them out again. It seems to be working, and they only get at it about three times a day, and its not very voilent.
For the most time they get along great though, I'm hoping it will get better when they are nutered
For my question, I was wondering if - and for how long - I should separate them after they have been nutered?