1) Consistency One of the most important things to remember when potty training a rabbit is to be consistent. If you only train your rabbit every once in a while, they will never learn what is expected of them.

You need to set aside some time each day to work with your rabbit on their potty training. A good rule of thumb is to set aside at least 15 minutes per day, although more time may be necessary depending on your rabbit’s individual needs.

2) Slow and Steady 1. Understand that every rabbit is different and will learn at their own pace. Patience is key! 2. Start by confining your rabbit to a small area, like a bathroom or laundry room. This will make it easier to keep an eye on them and clean up any accidents.

3. Put a litter box in their designated area and fill it with fresh hay. Rabbits love to eat hay, so this will encourage them to use the litter box. 4. Observe your rabbit’s behavior to see where they like to go to the bathroom. Once you’ve identified their potty spot, put the litter box there. 5. Reward your rabbit with treats when they use the litter box successfully.

3) Patience Potty training a rabbit takes patience and consistency. The first step is to put your rabbit in a designated potty area. You can use a litter box, or create an outdoor potty area for your rabbit. It’s important to use the same type of litter in the designated potty area that you’ll be using in the litter box.