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Litter Training - Help !

By nature, rabbits choose one or a few places (usually corners) to deposit their urine and most of their feces. Urine-training involves little more than putting a litterbox where the rabbit chooses to go. Pill training requires only that you give them a place they know will not be invaded by others. Here are some suggestions to help you to train your rabbit to use the litterbox. When rabbits reach the age of 3-6 months, their hormones become active and they usually begin marking their territory with urine and feces. By spaying or neutering your rabbit, he will be more likely to use his litterbox (as well as be much healthier and happier). Once spayed/neutered placing timothy hay in the front half of the litterbox will encourage your friend to spend some time in the litterbox. He will use the back half of the box for litter and the front half as a food tray. :-)

 
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