I have a 2 year old female, spayed, Holland lop. She’s been with us for almost 6month and we just love her! I just took in today an intact male, Holland lop. I expected there to be some hormonal behavior on his part, but whoa! He’s humping anything and everything he can find! We introduced them briefly, she didn’t seem to mind him at all, until he began chasing her to mount her, we ended the introduction immediately. I’ve got the new buns pen set up right beside the others crate, so they can smell each other etc...he’s done nothing but try and get to her so I separated their areas a bit and put up a towel so they can’t really see each other, but can hear and smell. Would it be wise to keep them apart entirely until I am able to neuter him? It will be at least 2 weeks, as the clinic is booked. I have a separate area he will play in during the day, but don’t want him going crazy because he knows shes around. Also, am I able to anticipate being able to bond them once he is neutered and healed? This is a new adventure for me, thanks guys!