You can do a lot of people do I'm just not sure how. I would think if you have a bunny cage right now but the box in their then when it gets use to using it move it to where you want to keep it and let the bunny know where it is. Just like you would train a new kitten to use it. I beleive there are books out on how to do it and I know some rescue and human society's that promote bunny adoptings have pamplets on how to house train your bunny. Wish I was more help you could call a vet or your vet and ask them they maybe able to help you or at least help point you in the right direction. Good luck
I've heard that it's possible to housetrain a rabbit, but it takes a lot of persistence. You'll just have ot keep a very very close eye on the bunny at all times and put it in the litterbox when it starts going. Hopefully it will get the idea.
I have 2 bunnies. What you have to do is start with the litter box in the cage. Put some Timothy Hay in there to encourace them to go to the bathroom. (Put it in the corner of the cage they usually go in.) When they get used to that you should put a few litter boxes outside the cage with hay in them as well. You need to watch them carefully and every time they go in their litter box give them a treat and praise them. However, if they go outside the box, make sure to give them a stern NO! I hope this helps.
If you have a cage put a litter box (one that is post to be in a cage) and but Corn Cob litter not Wood Shavings cause that can make the rabbit sick..put alfa hay in the litter box to attract the rabbit to the litter box and he should start to use it after a while you can let him run around the house but you would have to rabbit proof your house cause they will chew wool rugs,table legs,door faceings..ECT... but if your rabbit does go to the bath room out side the cage put a litter tray in each room that the rabbit is allowed to go in if you need more info go to www.dummys.com and get the hand guid for rabbit owner ship called rabbits for dummys ;D good luck!
We used the corn cob litter too. It's great. Easy to clean and doesn't smell as bad. Also, they sell commercial litter specifically for bunny litter boxes. I tried it but hated it. When it got wet it turned to a pasty mush. Definately do not recommend this. Typically, when the bunny is in it's cage it will pick a specific spot that it will usually go, most of the time in a corner. you can buy a litter box that fixes to the coner, it's kind of triangle shaped and has high sides in case they miss. Fair warning though. Our male bunny had quite an aim, he still managedd to pee on the wall. lol Good luck.
I didn`t ever train mine every time hepooped i would bring him to the litter box an I put his food in there so every time they eat the usually have to go. so he just did int in one cormer. it takes time but it isn`t hars
sorry but spaying n nutering is not cruel if anything its helping your bunny live a loger happier life. Rabbits who are spyed/nuterd have a less chance of developing prostate/ovum/unterine cancer if they are spayed/nutured And yes they are easier to litter train because they wont spray.
not Wood Shavings cause that can make the rabbit sick..put alfa hay in the litter box to attract the rabbit to the litter box and he should start to use it after a while you can let him run around the house but you would have to rabbit proof your house cause they will chew wool rugs,table legs,door faceings..ECT... but if your rabbit does go to the bath room out side the cage put a litter tray in each room
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