How do I stop my rabbit from pooping on the couch when he is litter box trained?

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    jenni04usaposted 8 years ago

    How do I stop my rabbit from pooping on the couch when he is litter box trained?

    He knows how to use the litter box but every chance he gets, (usually when I can't see him) he runs over and pees and poops on my couch.

  2. Bunniez profile image81
    Bunniezposted 8 years ago

    I pee where I wish to, human...  Jenni asks this question:    How do I stop my rabbit from pooping on the couch when he is litter box trained? He knows how to use the litter box but every chance he gets, (usually
    when I can't see him) he runs over... read more

  3. dabeaner profile image56
    dabeanerposted 8 years ago

    Keep it off the couch.... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ....

  4. The Info-Bunnie profile image51
    The Info-Bunnieposted 8 years ago

    Spray pepper spray on the couch. It may smell, but the rabbit will start understanding it is not a good place to mark. Or, try getting him more attracted to it.

  5. Springboard profile image77
    Springboardposted 8 years ago

    This seems far too simple to me, but in my house it would be a matter of "you are not allowed on the couch." If the animal cannot somehow be brought in touch with this rule, then perhaps keeping the animal caged is the answer.

    My theory always stands that if I cannot get away with leaving the seat up in the bathroom, then the animals cannot get away with breaking the rules either.

    Animals aren't as dumb as people make them out to be. Any more than most women make men out to be. All animals can be trained. wink

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    emeraldkellposted 8 years ago

    Rabbits are smell sensative and neat freaks. If it is smelling the urine on the couch they it will think it is okay to pee there. Try to mask the smell somehow. Double check that there are no poop nearby as well.

  7. daisybunny profile image60
    daisybunnyposted 8 years ago

    Yea, but, sometimes you can't keep it off the couch. I would just recommend to spray it with a spray bottle when it goes on the couch or teach it the "down" command.

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    callue32posted 7 years ago

    maybe you just need to look out of the corner of your eye and when he starts going for the couch grab him and put him in the litter box or put a litter box on the couch.

 
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