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Put some watery vegetables, like cucumber, tomato and or lettus .
That way he will get at least some liquid in his body
It think the best u can do is to go as natural as possible, and its so easy ;)
Plain risins are a big favorite
Or pices of any sweet fruit...
(Btw. Please excuse my spelling and language; English is not my first language and I'm writing without autocorrect!.)
I am moving from Oslo to the UK and i am bringing my 11months old flemish giant.
The only way to get there is a ca 2,15h...
Laundry hampers comes in so many different sizes, that's a fantastic idea!
Thank you :) but they are too big (take too much space for my flat). Problem is too find something that's just big enough, it seems to be a in...
I feel the need to correct myself, "possible for sure" might not be true.
But it will FOR SURE take A LOT of hard work and time from you in order...
I got a bit of the same setup as CharlieRae. But we live with one rabbit and one dog only. Be patient and it is possible for sure.
I have a Flemish giant so yes, way too small.
He dont care too much about the esthetics so i took what I had and he has fun.
In the beginning I tried to keep my bun in a cage at night, it was a really big thing. He seemed to have as mission to get out and woke me up...
There is one solution.. Non toxic and extremely effective.
Put some of this powder in the bottom of the litterbox.
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