What difference does it make? For me is just this simple: My bunnies are trained by their moms to use the litter box that she uses. YES at 10 days old they start coming out of their nest box and adventure around mommy's spacious Hutch, then as they get older they learn that mom uses a litter box and they do the same. To keep a bunny potty trained after weaning from mommy is a lot easier if they had used a litter box all their life. But when it coming to choosing what to have is really up to you, if you ask me I would say buy a potty trained.
what else is there?
When you buy a bunny that is not potty trained,he will most likely just stay on the cage all day because you fear he will pee and poop everywhere. with that he will become unsociable and lonely. read the article below about liter training. and remember I do the hard work for you! Here is the highlight of Dr. Dana Krempels article in my opinion, she goes saying : "A rabbit will often sit in the box, happily munching at one end, while the processed product comes out the other end. This may seem a bit disgusting to a human, but rabbits don't consider their feces to be dirty. Some rabbits will even nap in the litterbox!
As long as the litterbox is changed regularly, this should pose no problem: rabbit fecal pellets are hard, dry and relatively odorless".
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