I raise satin rabbits and I have one buck that is a total nut job. He's got fantastic type and beautiful color, but he's too excited to breed. He's not interested in a doe unless she runs from him. When he catches her, he will bite at her genitals before mounting. When he finally does mount, he's way up on her hips and no where near where he needs to be. Then he gets frustrated and will bite her on the back and not let go. I don't know what to do with him, I've never had a rabbit act like he does. It was suggested to put him with a more aggressive doe to see if she would put him in his place. My psycho doe tried to mother him and he never attempted to breed with her. I took him to a friends house and her Flemish doe slapped him and put him in a corner. He never moved and the doe fell asleep. We tried with their nasty mini lop and she bit him in the face and shook him like a dog. We quickly separated them and I took him home. He was scared of getting close to my does at all, so I left him overnight in his own cage to settle. Today he's back to his old ways beating up my does. It's been suggested to use lavender essential oil to try and relax him before attempting to breed again. Has anyone tried this with their rabbits? I even jokingly mentioned marijuana which led to an honest curiosity and some research. Sounds like a bad idea but I'm still going to research more just because I'm curious now. Has anyone had a buck like this? Did you ever get him to settle down? Is he hopeless?