I did a brief search through existing threads, but seeing as this is a somewhat urgent topic, I hoped that I might be able to recieve some help from the community. Anyways, we (my girlfriend and I) had been in the process of bonding two male rabbits. The process seemed to going smoothly, and it had even gotten to the point where we were able to have the same cage for both rabbits. After night with them in it, we thought they were good to go. However, after about four days, we had let them roam about the room (as they had the first few days prior) and came back a little later to find Atilla cowering in one corner of the room, and tufts of fur everywhere. After inspection, Atilla seems fine, and Koala has a bite on his ear (which has been treated). I was just wondering what happened, and how could this be fixed? Here are a couple more details.
-While running around, Atilla was almost continuously trying to mount Koala. (We assumed that this was a play to try to established dominance, so we let it continue.)
-Atilla is the younger, and smaller of the two, and (We think this is a reason) is not neutered. Koala is neutered.
For now we have them in seperate cages placed by each other, though it seems that Atilla is afraid of Koala and remains hiding when he is near.
Thanks to anyone who can offer some advice.