I recently adopted a young unneutered rabbit to bond with my neutered rabbit (he is booked to be neutered in a few days). I wanted to start bonding them right away, so I did a few weeks of prebonding and they are now living happily in two separate cages next to each other. For the last week or two I have been giving them play time together in a neutral space, and it was going so great (mutual grooming behaviours, eating together, following each other everywhere, etc) that I started to leave them unsupervised for short periods of time. I realize this was a mistake given that one rabbit is unneutered and hormonal. When I came to check on them today there was quite a bit of fur everywhere, mostly from the neutered rabbit, and I watched the unneutered rabbit spray urine. The neutered rabbit has two small surface wounds. Is there anything that I can do to prevent them from getting infected? Also, I'm fairly certain that the fight was started from the unneutered rabbit. Is fighting a sign that the bond will not work out (even after the rabbit is neutered)? Or was this due to hormonal aggression (meaning that once the hormones have settled post-neutering they will be able to bond)? I don't want to have a second rabbit if it means I have to worry about coming home to an injured rabbit post-bonding.