Care for rabbits as pets comes with a lot of responsibilities. If you choose to liter train your rabbit you will have to consider different types of liter for their litterbox.Choosing what type of rabbit litters for a rabbit isn’t as easy as it is for a pet cat. Keep reading to learn more!
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If you’re just undertaking rabbit litter box training it can be a frustrating process. Just when you think you have them litter box trained you feel like you take a step (or hop!) backward.
Peee Ewww! What’s that smell?
Cleaning out your rabbit’s litter box is not the most fun a person can have, but it is one of the necessities now that you have learned how to litter train a rabbit. Do you ever ask yourself "how often should I clean my rabbit's litter box? This is going to depend on what type you have chosen, the size of your rabbit, and how much your rabbit uses her box. The best rule regarding when you need to change it is to follow your nose. If you can smell it then it’s time.
Before you begin the process of actually learning how to litter train a rabbit, you need to decide on a what to use for rabbit litter. The big question to answer is what is more important to you when choosing what litter to use for bunnies: price or convenience? This is something that you will want to spend some time considering because often times changing may cause your rabbit to back track on a lot of the work the two of you put into litter box training. Let's look at what litter for rabbits you have to choose from.
Rabbit ownership often times conjures images of our cute bunnies living in hutches or cages, only free and hopping around in the grass when we have time to spend with them. Though that might be true for some, your rabbit does not have to be confined to a hutch or only be let out when you have time to play. While there are a lot of steps to freeing you and your bunny from the hutch, let's cover one of the essential steps to this change: Setting up a litter box for rabbits