If you just signed up for one of our babies and you are so excited about it, it's time to learn how to keep the cleaning time to a minimal.
The first thing is to keep smell to a minimal, specially if you are going to keep them indoors....how?
When our babies are born they learn to use the litter box their mom uses. As the baby mature they learn to keep their feces and urine in one spot. So by purchasing a potty training baby you will save a lot of time cleaning after your bunny. I had clients ask: " is your potty training program effective?"
Answer: Effective yes, bullet proof ? NO.
Babies are still learning, if you want a completely potty trained rabbit you should buy a full grown, mature rabbit that has been using a litter box for years. As rabbits gets older they pay more attention to rules. My herd is potty trained as you will see on your next visit. A baby is on the process of learning but if you continue the program I have, and with my detailed instructions and guidance thru the first few weeks you should have a lot of time for cuddling and little for cleaning.
The urine is the hardest part of adopting a bunny, they smell and stain and unless they use the litter box, you just cannot control the smell, no matter how hard you clean his cage. With the use of the litter box for the first few weeks you might end up picking up "poop pellets" around it's cage, but who cares????? it's dry and no smell, the urine is the problem.
To answer to all my Prospective customers and friends looking for POTTY TRAINED Holland Lop bunnies: It's a lot easier to continue a training, then to begin a training..... Keep me honest visit other breeders and pet stores and make a educated decision. If you choose my rabbits is because you agree with me.
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