Bunny turned aggressive

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  1. Feb 16, 2019 #1

    Nelsoj39

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    So recently my bunny, Molly turned aggressive. She has been spayed and we’ve had her for over a year now. She was very timid when we first got her but we gained her trust and she turned into a sweet bun who would always follow me around. But for the past month she’s turned aggressive! I think it might have to do when we started letting her under the bed (the heaters there), she spends all her time there and when she comes out we try to pet her and she will grunt, lunge, and often bite me. I don’t know what to do when she turns aggressive. I’ve heard you’re supposed to just pet them? But that hasn’t seemed to be working. Please help! I want my old bun back :( she is just grumpy all the time now.
     
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    Abby Hernandez

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    Block off that section for a while because bunnies are very territorial. Once she is starting to show less agression open it back up to her, but let her know you can be around her over by the heat. Show her that you are in control.
     
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    Nelsoj39

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    Thank you, I will try that!
     

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