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Forum BEHAVIOR BUNNYS GONE WILD!!

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    • lilmizzsnickerz
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      OKAY MY BUNNYS HOME RECENTLY MOVES FROM A BEDROOM TO THE LIVEROOM  AND I HAVING A PROBLEM BUNNY NOW !

       

      HE WAS KINDA LITTER TRAINED HE WAS GOINGIN ONE CORNER OF THE ROOM IN THE LITTER BOX AND AROUND IT…..  BUT NOW HE GOING ALL OVER THE PLACE HES LEAVING A TRAIL BEHIND HIM WERE EVER HE GOES ALSO  HE  LIKES TO CHEW ON STONES BRICKS ECT …. IS THIS NORMAL WILL IF HURT HIM

       

      ????????????????

      CONFUSED BUNNY MUMMY


    • x liddo bunny x
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      is he neutered? it sounds liek his hormones are starting to take effect. like marking, nipping. MINE MINE MINE MINE….. stone bricks eh???? that doesnt sound too good but i dont know much about that. but leaving drops behind him is a sign of territory marking. both my buns did that. now, only emo still does it. mochi rarely since 2 days ago. =) i am glad i spayed them.


    • lilmizzsnickerz
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      okay thank u its not really a stone brick more like a stone badger thats  used as a door stop and well domino likes bitting it


    • x liddo bunny x
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      i dont know of any other reason why ur bun is doing that especially if he is neutered but if he is not, that might be the reason. o, what type of litterbox are you using? i noticed that a rectangular litterbox works better. before i used to have a rectangle corner one but that didnt work so good with my buns. (but then this may not be ur situation because as u said they were already kinda trained but ill tell you what happened anyways) when i gave them the rectangular one the poo outside of the box was fewer than before and that was before they were spayed. but thats the only other thing i can think of. by the way, not sure if you answered it yet but is ur bun neutered?

      oh, to add, maybe try reducing the space they get and basically start over from scratch since it is a new room. re potty train them. =) i think that is ur best bet.


    • lilmizzsnickerz
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      he hasnt been fixed yet hes ony 12 weeks old now and

       

      hes started using his litter tray again =D its actually the bottom of a old bread bin thiny i had its like a cat litter tray its  slightly smaller than a cat tray  but big enough for domino to lie down in =)

       

      do u think thats okay


    • Lucy
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      what type of stone badger? is it cast cement? I’ve noticed that my bunny likes to chew on plaster and hydrocal- they are softer than cement, but somewhat in the same catagory. hydrocal is in between cement and plaster.

      If your bunny is really chewing and eating it, I would say get rid of it. And I mean, consuming it. If it’s just a little nibble, then don’t worry about it. You can get a wooden door stop. I don’t know if you have any tools at home, but you can just cut a wedge out of a piece of hardwood and it should work fine. That way if your bunny chews on it you can easily replace it and it won’t hurt your bunny.


    • lilmizzsnickerz
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      ITS LIKE CEMENT ITS HARD BUT HE ONLY NIBBLES IT NOW AND THEN =)

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