How do you house train a pet rabbit?
Rabbits are creatures of habit. They like to go to the bathroom in the same place. The trick will be finding a place that both you and your pet rabbit can agree upon. Generally, a rabbit will prefer a box someplace out of the way, in a corner–for privacy and a sense of security. Once you come to an arrangement, you will have a happy, house-trained rabbit. Keep an open cage for your rabbit to retreat to. Although some pet rabbits run free all the time, a cage can provide a safe place for your pet or a place to lock up your rabbit when the occasion warrants it. If the cage is not raised with a wire bottom (so that the cage itself sits over a large litter pan, you will need a small litter pan for inside the cage. The rabbit will most likely naturally use this pan. If the rabbit also rests in the pan, don’t worry–that’s normal. Place paper towels with your pet’s urine on them in additional boxes outside the cage. Your pet rabbit will probably not recognize what a litter pan is for withou