I adopted my two female rabbits as kits from the pet store together over a year ago. They were very good friends then.. they would groom each other, and lay by each other, but it was obvious that Sprinkles was the dominant rabbit and Henry was more submissive. I had them both spayed about six months after we got them because they were peeing and pooping all over our kitchen floor. Before they were spayed, I had bought each of them a separate 'house' so they could have their own space to eat and chill out when they wanted to, and we let them roam the entire kitchen together. They were spayed 2 weeks apart from each other, Sprinkles went first, and then Henry. We kind of kept them separated during the healing process so they wouldn't hurt themselves or each other. When we tried to let them out of their houses together they both refused to groom one another and started fighting, chasing each other in a frenzy, ripping out each other's fur and biting like crazy. So we took turns letting one 'out' to have free roam, and then the other... we've taken them to the garage and the bathroom to try to re-bond them in neutral 'unmarked' territory, but they still end up wanting to fight...I think it's because Henry wants to be the dominant now, and she refuses to groom Sprinkles. When each of them is 'out' alone from her own house to roam, inevitably, each of them ends up laying right next to the other one's house, and rests right there. Sprinkles is extremely jealous of Henry. When Henry gets attention from any of us, or if we let Henry go 'play' and run around the garage while Sprinkles is in her house, she stands on her back legs and bites the metal of her cage like crazy. When Sprinkles comes to the garage, she chins EVERYTHING, frantically... trying to ensure that she doesn't miss chinning anything! Now Sprinkles has started peeing on my kids when they hold and pet her. They've always held and pet their rabbits, since they were new, and Sprinkles especially loves the affection and attention. I've also noticed that Sprinkles is pooping around the perimeter of the kitchen when she's out of her house, something she used to do before she was litter trained and fixed. What is going on with her? And how can I re-bond these girls?