Bonding Take 2

RJade

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ANOTHER BONDING QUESTION

My final guineapig out of the separated pair got his friend today. Put them in together, just cracked on as if they've always been together. Lots of popcorning, eating together and only a bit of rumbling and smelling. Is that alright? 0 experience of a bonding session ever going like that!
 

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Sounds good, no obvious rejection or signs of over aggression. Fingers crossed!
 

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Sounds good to me. I've got everything crossed they stay happy together.
Years ago I read all the bonding tips after my boar lost his friend, no rescues in the area so bought a baby boar. Prepared the living room as netural territory, daughter and I armed with oven gloves and a cushion, let the piggys go, they both dived under the sofa and cuddled together. They went into cage without a rumble, occasionally it really is that easy!
 
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