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Aggression can be due to several external causes - fear (I hope you're not yelling at your pet), illness, lack of attention and care or territorial ownership.
 

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No I am not yelling at him. I really think that it was loneliness (or lack of attention) because he is much better now that I have put him with lily.
 

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Aggression can be due to several external causes - fear (I hope you're not yelling at your pet), illness, lack of attention and care or territorial ownership.
Take a close look, he may be frightened by sudden movements or he may have an injury. Whatever the reason, you should always treat him affectionately. I have a rabbit too, and he got used to my hands faster when I petted him and soothed him with words of endearment. Try it, maybe it`ll work for you too=) Also, I recommend you check out this resource - pawbility.com; it’s got a great deal of useful info about rabbits, I reference it from time to time as well.
 

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Aggression can be due to several external causes - fear (I hope you're not yelling at your pet), illness, lack of attention and care or territorial ownership.
Take a close look, he may be frightened by sudden movements or he may have an injury. Whatever the reason, you should always treat him affectionately. I have a rabbit too, and he got used to my hands faster when I petted him and soothed him with words of endearment. Try it, maybe it`ll work for you too=) Also, I recommend you check out this resource - pawbility.com; it’s got a great deal of useful info about rabbits, I reference it from time to time as well.
 
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