Well I'm no expert but a saw a video on YouTube.com (which included an expert) that sad that if your rabbit "goes to the toilet" everywhere ( usually in corners) put some newspaper there and when it "goes to the toilet" take a peace of the newspaper with the pee och poo on the peace and place it in the litterbox. Then your rabbit will recognise the smell of the paper/pee/poo and "go to the toilet" there. It takes about a week until it only goes in the litterbox. And buy a litterbox for bunny's sense they are shaped like a triangle (and put the litterbox in a corner).
If you mean "can you litterbox train a Chihuahua?", the answer is yes.
Maybe get a litterbox or a box and put it in the crate?
You can train the cat to use the litterbox if you bring it to it often when it is a kitten. Also they will go to the bathroom anywhere they can hid it. They will go the the bathroom in laundry too. Spraying is different from going to the bathroom. So if you have a male cat it could be spraying to mark its territory.
Yes you can, such as a cat has a litterbox. Only you'll have to train it to urinate in that place.
you take the bunny and put it on a kitty litter box :D
All you can do is keep trying. Make sure to put all droppings in the litterbox and clean up any urination in the cage(hutch) to encourage use of the litterbox. It may take time and patience. Most rabbits will get the hint, but some just never get it. I wish you luck!
if its in the house and ur trying to train it leave some in there if not every couple of days. IT WILL GET SMELLY
a cat wont use a litterbox if its dirty
Train him. Unsocialized dogs attack.
The cast of A Train of Incidents - 1914 includes: Charles Bryant as Billy Wells John Bunny as Bunny Flora Finch as Miss Prim
Get a smaller litterbox
yes you can train a dog to get along with any kind of animal you just have to get the bunny and set him next to the dog and tel them they are good, if they are good give them a treat if they arent spray them with a spray bottle.
if you mean like "sit" and "stay," then no. cats cant be trained to sit and stay. but like to use a litterbox, then yes.
It is possible but very timeconsuming. Not even a certain success of doing it. Some races are possibly easier to train than others.
Soul Train - 1971 Bunny DeBarge The System Georgio 16-23 was released on: USA: 18 April 1987
We trained our cat by carrying it towards the litterbox and making its paws scrape up and down the litter.
It might be a glitch as it would be unnatural for a cat to be on a litterbox for so long.
Bugs Bunny on the Trans Europ Express? if there is such a thing.
The cast of Happy Train - 2012 includes: Coleman Gilbert as Happy Train Alisha Hagen as Bunny Joel Thingvall as Flower Guy
who invented he litterbox
Rabbits do not have much of a nice/mean side. They're simply not intelligent creatures. Chances are if you have a bunny that you think needs to be trained, you just can't handle the lapine.
You should usually have one litterbox per cat because they may not want to use "that" litterbox once another cat has used it.
try moving its litterbox to somewhere near the plant and it will perhaps see that and pee in it instead, or try moving ur plants to somewhere where the cat finds it hard to reach and therefore it will have to use the litterbox, make the litterbox appealing :) this should help.
first how big are they like a dwarf bunny but only 1/2lb bigger? how much do i feed it and what is the best food and how to potty train my bunny as fast as possible
The cast of The Great Carrot-Train Robbery - 1969 includes: Pat Woodell as Bunny