I’m planning to teach my bunny Toste to become used with other people handling him. This is to make sure that he will safe in all situations. Toste have a tendency to lunge towards hands and arms if you move too fast. Just yesterday when I was going to pick him up, he did the normal lunging when he get scared. My arms moved a little too fast for him and I also touched one of his no touching zone first, instead of the normal routine of touching his head first. But as long as you hold the arm still and wait until he notice who you are, he won’t bite. Closest you will feel is the warmth from the tongue and the teeth gracing the skin. Pulling back fast would only scare him more and people need to have the trust that he won’t bite. Which can be quite hard for people in family. Up in the arms, he’s the perfect bunny and he can fall asleep. So he’s not scared of being carried around. It’s only the picking up part that can be hard, even at the veterinarian he will lunge towards them. So I want to teach him to be picked up by other people and now it’s safe. He have one of the kindest personalities and most docile when being carried. As long you don’t touch the zones he don’t allowed being touched. Everything’s safe. Is he ready to be trained being picked up by other or should I wait until he stops with the lunging. I don’t truly thinks he will stop, because he have bad sight and need to register movements to see you. Don’t know how good his vision is.