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Discussion in 'Organics' started by freemanjack, Nov 6, 2016.

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    firstnamelast

    firstnamelast Well-Known Member

    Lol thank you. So the pee can soak too much into the rabbits pellets too right, is that why you separate it? I've been spreading the word of your method like gospel my friend I'm telling everyone I know how easy it is :o
     
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    DonTesla

    DonTesla Well-Known Member

    Nice, way to spread the word! Yeah, you're 100% right about the soakage being a bit much.. bunnies can be trained to use kitty litter bins etc too, but another trick would be put absorbant (like news paper/ flyers) on an angled shelf, allowing poops to roll in to bin as to avoid soaking. That is, if you have a bad bunny that doesn't like to pee in one spot, but they usually pick a fav spot.
     
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    firstnamelast

    firstnamelast Well-Known Member

    My rabbit does use a litter box I'm wonder how to train him to poop and pee in separate containers hmmmm
     
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    DonTesla

    DonTesla Well-Known Member

    I feed em nice big piles out in the open away from the box and he should poop while he eats.. then they will go pee in the box
     
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    firstnamelast

    firstnamelast Well-Known Member

    I tried that once but he started peeing in it too lol
     
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    DonTesla

    DonTesla Well-Known Member

    If my bunny peed in the wrong spot I would run in and say WHAT THE BOMBLECLOT quite loud.. and it got the picture.. for peaceful urinations, go in the designated corner.. I guess it takes a bit of training.
     
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    firstnamelast

    firstnamelast Well-Known Member

    Mine don't listen when I yell hah
     
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    DonTesla

    DonTesla Well-Known Member

    I usually run on my heels too, whatever you can do to freak them out a bit ahaha
     
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    firstnamelast

    firstnamelast Well-Known Member

    Lol oh I don't have to do much for that, just move a bit sometimes and they scramble. Most skittish animals I've ever seen. My first one was even worse, you could hardly ever catch the thing or pet him he's always running away for no reason. Plus he's tiny and hides under everything. I let him roam free for a long time and he just did whatever he pleased and never let up. He is a monster haha
     
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    DonTesla

    DonTesla Well-Known Member

    aha yeah the more freedom they get the more freedom they like!! Our little one was fun to catch.. we had to use bananas to lure her in! lol her fav.. made her back twitch like crazy
     
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