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Home Page Forums DIET & CARE Detailed description of litter tray preparation RE: Detailed description of litter tray preparation


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I use Aspen Supreme wood pellets because I’ve been happy with the moisture and odor control. I also use a litter tray with a grate (it came as a set) which not everyone likes. Some rabbits refuse to use them but Olaf seems happier not sitting in his litter as he is a bit of a neat freak. Since it is a corner box I fold a paper towel in half and use that as a liner and then put a layer of wood pellets over that. I monitor the tray every day, scooping anything major or shaking it a bit to redistribute the dry pellets, but only do a full dump/refill every three days.

I have this pan in Jumbo with the scatterless grate. I also like it because it can “locK” onto the grids or cage in the back in case your rabbit is a pan flipper.
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