It's amazing that two of our does who fight at home always do so well together on visits! They lay side by side, and even groom each other while being petted and admired. Whether it's the uncertainty of car travel, the visiting surroundings, or just the sheer level of attention they receive when visiting....we don't know! However, don't be afraid to try visiting with two unbonded rabbits together. However, don't expect them to keep up the cuddling once you return home again!
We have had a lot of questions lately, and I think it's helpful to post the responses here for everyone. BIB does not have any requirements for rabbit housing. Generally, we believe indoor/free roaming housing is best for most rabbits. However, we have registered VRE teams who keep their rabbits in a room or rooms, enviably spacious outdoor accommodations (protected from predators, weather, etc....), in condos, exercise pens, etc..... All rabbits need lots of exercise every day, and clean, safe, private spaces. BIB visiting is a great way to meet your rabbit's socialization needs, and sometimes exercise as well! Some BIB buns are "floor bunnies" who enjoy exploring in safe, contained areas.