Hi all, Maybe you don't remember me but I was posting on here a few months ago asking about bonding. Sorry I haven't been around for a while, we were busy moving house amongst other things. Anyway, I've finally got the Internet up and running so I'm back Background: We've got a 1 year old neutered buck (Jake) and a 7 month old spayed doe (Marrin). We did the bonding at the same time as the house move and it went really well. We introduced them in the car and then kept them in a smal cage for 24 hours before expanding that cage to the size it is now for 24 hours then let them free in their new room (They are allowed to run free from evening until morning every night) There was a bit of circling, fur pulling, mounting and biting but nothing serious at all so we let them get on with it. That was about 3 weeks ago and they've been good since then. The problem we have now is that when the time comes to give them pellets the girl (who is bigger) doesn't let the boy eat any. She pushes his head away or drags the bowl underneath her body, she isn't aggressive but he just bows his head and sulks, he doesn't try to fight back. Does anyone else have this problem or any ideas on what we can do? When they lived in seperate cages the girl always ate all her pellets as fast as she could as soon as they arrived in the bowl but the boy used to nibble at them throughout the day and never seemed in too much of a hurry. Now whenever he goes to the bowl it's empty because she's eaten them all.