I've done my research. I know that many people say that boar trios only work 10% of the time. However, I don't know if that statistic is true. I haven't been able to find out how that percentage was calculated. It seems to me like a random number thrown around to stress that people think the chances of trios working are low. Don't get me wrong, I don't doubt that it's hard to make it work, but I feel like it's more possible than people say. I don't know how early anyone who tried bonding a trio gave up, but when I bonded my pair, it escalated to biting and fighting that led to bleeding and wounds on both of them. I think that this is where some people would stop and assume they're not compatible. However, I kept trying and eventually they bonded. It's been almost a year and there hasn't been a single fight since they bonded. Not even any biting. Most of the time they sleep in the same hidey. They seem to really enjoy each other. I don't know if I just got lucky that they worked it out, but I think that boars can be more compatible than people think, and that they give up on bonding them too quick. If anyone knows for sure that what I think is false, please let me know. I'm not saying that my opinion/theory is true. It's just what I think. And while researching boar trios, I found many people that have trios. I even found more people than I thought I would with quartets. What I noticed while researching is that the only places where boar trios are highly advised against by people are on this site, and guinea pig cages. It very well could be because the people here are more educated than other owners. It could also be that a misconception about boars and bonding started on these sites, and has continued since. Because of the (alleged) misconception, many people might not even attempt a trio and just say that they don't work. Again, I could be entirely wrong and it might be a proven fact that trios don't work. But I wasn't able to find anything to back up the claims about trios not working, besides the people on here that say they don't. And I'm not going to get a 3rd boar right away and try and prove people wrong. I'm interested in hearing what other people think about what I had to say. Just like everyone else here, I want my piggies to be happy and healthy. That's why I'm posting on here instead of irrationally getting a 3rd.