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  1. L

    Litter box suggestions

    I am redesigning my buns cage and I was curious what other long haired bun owners do to keep litter/poop/hay out of their buns fur! I have a single senior bun who is starting to rely on me to groom it out of him everyday. Is there an easier way to make a litter box/hay box that will make it less...
  2. Season

    Advice on bun having accidents when out

    Hey everyone I adopted my bun about 3 weeks ago he is approx 4 years old and litter box trained. However the last two nights when he is out roaming around I have noticed that he goes over to my bedroom door (which is closed) and will poop/pee in the corner. He is usually good about using the...
  3. y2chloe

    Rabbit un potty trained himself and poops everywhere

    My male holland lop is about three years old and neutered who was once litter trained has begun to poop everywhere. I have three litter boxes set up in my bedroom where he is free range. I use newspaper in the bottom and fill the rest up with Timothy hay in two of the boxes. The third one has...
  4. EmilyJayneHarlow

    Behaviour change

    Recently my rabbit has started to do things he wouldn’t normally do, he’s digging up his litter box and scratching it making it a mess, it makes the litter smell as he pees on the Plastic, he didn’t used to do it, and he’s started scratching in corners of the room. He’s been to the vets for his...
  5. pinknstink

    Major Incontinence Issues

    Hello RabbitsOnline! This is my first post, as I am in the hopes of getting some advice for my rabbit's problems. My rabbit Cotton has some birth defects, such as a weird bite and only being able to see out of one eye, but he also has bad incontinence issues. He hasn't always been incontinent...
  6. A

    Litter box size for large breed rabbits

    My Flemish Giant is free roaming and litter box trained. She's 8 months old and still growing it seems. For those of you with the larger breeds, how large are your litter boxes? I'm currently using a 22"x16" and would love to find one a little bigger or at least 22" square but I'm finding it...
  7. ThePelletnator

    Litter box issues after moving to new home

    Folks, My English has been always "spot" on using his litter box, but since moving to a new home and basically playing musical chairs with his room, he's no longer using his litter box. Does any one have some insight on getting him retrained to using the box again? He's peeing on the left...
  8. Gelly

    Hard wood or soft wood stove pellets??

    I've been hearing mixed reviews. Which should I use? Which absorbs better? I've been using Greene Team hardwood pellets from Lowes so far.
  9. Gelly

    Are these wood stove pellets safe for my bun's litter box?

    The company is called "Greene Team" and the bag is from Lowes. Here is a link to the product. https://www.lowes.com/pd/40-lb-Greene-Team-Platinum-Hardwood-Pellet-Fuel/50063465
  10. T

    Cat Litter in Litter Box?

    Hello everyone! I have an idea and wanted to run it by others who are well versed in rabbits. I have three rabbits; two angoras and a french lop. All three are litter trained and for my litter boxes I use several large "under-the-bed" storage containers. There is a shallow layer of horse...
  11. Alplily

    Boys pee everywhere that is not hard floor

    I have trained a number of rabbits to use litter boxes, but my new boys are being difficult. I have two male Holland Lops, bonded brothers, neutered since December 2018. I pulled them out from under a house where the people were letting the rabbits breed, so they had been outside since birth. I...
  12. Niomi

    litter box digging

    My 9 year old rabbit has gotten into the habit of digging in his litter. He is having a problem of a watery eye. I am sure it is from his digging. I took him to the vet and she could find nothing wrong. She flushed out his eye and the problem went away, but it keeps happening. I think he gets...
  13. A

    Litter Training

    I’m wanting to litter train my rabbits, but I heard that if they are not neutered/spayed then they cannot he litter trained and I was wondering if that’s true? And what would be the best ways to train them, (after getting them fixed if needed)?
  14. A

    Changing the litter box place?

    Hello guys I have unspayed female rabbit ,she is free roaming the house during the day so she chooses two places for doing her things but isn't really suitable for me to let her continue or putting the litter box their. I block the one in living room but she kept peeing and pooping around the...
  15. A

    Making Bunny Playpen

    I’m wanting to make a little playpen/sleeping space for my bunnies so they are locked up in the cage as much as have a little more freedom. I’m just wondering if anyone has any ideas for this? I have carpet in my apartment and they like to dig that up and they like to go to the bathroom...
  16. EmilyJayneHarlow

    Holding in pee

    For the past week my rabbit hasn't used his litter box, like be normally would, he's peed in it once since last Tuesday. He's peed on my bed and it seems more than the usual amount. As soon as i turn my back he will jump on my bed and pee. It seems like he's holding his pee in and then just...
  17. EmilyJayneHarlow

    Not peeing or pooing in litter box

    For the past couple of days my rabbit hasn't used his litter box, I've checked it everyday and its dry. He's peed on my bed and it seems more than the usual amount. Hes being quite aggressive and some times when i walk pas him he will 'growl' and jump towards me. I took him to the vets...
  18. S

    NEW BUNNY OWNER LITTER TRAINING TIPS

    Hey guys just wondering if anyone has advice for litter training my rabbits. I have two babies in a dog crate, they are 2 months old right now! I got them 3 days ago and I dont really see any improvement in their litter training, if anything they have even gone backwards in terms of pooping...
  19. Tinto

    How to arrange the cage?

    I would like to ask for suggestions or advice concerning the arrangement inside the cage. My problem is that Tinto wouldn’t eat from the feeder (hay rack?) and I have to put the hay on the ground. I know that rabbit like to pee/poop while eating so I suppose the food has to be close to the...
  20. Kathryn Yarnton

    Cat litter and bunnies, do they mix?

    So, I have two lovely cats, Garfield and Prism. But recently I picked up a rabbit, his names Omelette - we call him Ommy for short. Anyway, he wasn't litter trained when I got him, and so I have been encouraging him to use his litter box (shredded paper and timothy hay) but this morning when I...
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