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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-25-2002, 07:03 PM Thread Starter
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Litter Training Your Rabbit

Litter Training Your Rabbit

By Emma Magnus MSc

Over the past few years an increasing number of people have moved away from the traditional idea of keeping a rabbit in a hutch by bringing it into the home. When considering the phenomenon that is a ‘house-rabbit’ the most frequently asked question is ‘but won’t it use the whole house as a toilet?’ Much to the surprise of some people, rabbits can be easily trained to use a litter tray, sometimes with more reliability than your average cat!

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-25-2002, 07:51 PM
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Great advice Christi ! These methods work great ! I even have success using them on my older rescues.Mind you it does take alot longer for them to get the hang of it .Almost all of my rabbits have got it .Some just wont ,but oh well I still love them .
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Hi Christie,

I just read your post on litter training your bunny. I have been very frustrated with my little guy. He was perfectly litter trained until about a week before he was booked to get neutered. He then started to empty his bladder on my side of the bed as well as on my daughter's bed. After he got neutered I kept him in his cage for about 3 days and he was using his litter pan again. After being allowed out he twice decided to urinate on my daughter's bed by her pillow. He now is in a different room. He is getting worse, urinating in different places of his cage and on the floor sometimes. Can you help me out with some idea's of what I should do? Do you think he is being territorial?
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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-28-2004, 01:55 PM
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Great article Christi! It worked for Lucky Jack!! But then again he doesn't have free run of the house 24/7 because of the dogs. He gets out daily to play when the dogs are confined to either my bedroom or the backyard.
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