Have you had them long? Are they housed indoors or out? Do you have a photo of their housing set-up? They appear to get along. It's not common for 2 males to get along if they are not fixed.
What kind of hay do they get and how much?
To bond with them, just sit inside an enclosed area with them (like a bathroom or inside an exercise pen). Let them approach you and you ignore them -- at least at the start. In time and as they get used to you, you'll be able to pet them and build that bond from there. The following page on my website goes into more detail and has some photos/video too:
They are so cute!!
Yeah, it's pretty common for baby rabbits to get along. But once hormones kick in, then all that goes out the window. They would need to be fixed if you ever wanted to try to bond them back together (no guarantees).
So where are they each kept? Any pics? To answer your question on whether you are "doing things right" we need to see their housing set-ups. What kind of hay do they get? What amount of pellets?
Hi, as I understand you would like to bond them together and you keep them separately all those 2 years?I have them in separate pens/cages for the time being
Hi, as I understand you would like to bond them together and you keep them separately all those 2 years?
This is normal that two male rabbits can't be bonded together if they are intact, the babies become hormonal around 3 - 4 months of age and they need to be separated because they will fight for dominance over their territory and they will hump each other and will spray urine to mark their territory, so you did very good separating them. Now, if you want to bond them together, they need to be neutered, both, and after neutering they have to stay separated for min 8 weeks because they will still stay hormonal after neutering. When they will calm down you can start bonding process, but you will need to do it in a neutral territory, where they never been before, maybe bathroom or something like that. There's no guarantee that they will bond, but in my experience two neutered males can be bonded.
Here you can watch a video on bonding process, just so you have general understanding how it works