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Every rabbit owner must know the difference between spray urination and normal urination of their pets. When rabbits spray, their urine has a very strong odor in comparison to their normal urine discharge. Also, when rabbits urinate normally they would do so on a horizontal surface but if it is spray urine, then it will do so on vertical surfaces.

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Do female bunnies spray? Yes. Does or female rabbits can spray urine to mark their territory, i.e., “mature, unneutered males spray urine, and both males and females (even those who are reliably litterbox-trained) may leave what many owners tactfully refer to as “calling cards” However, this rarely happens.

articles.extension.org/pages/33013/rabbit-behavioral...

When rabbits spray urine, they tend to spray on vertical surfaces; however, rabbits displaying inappropriate urination will generally urinate on horizontal surfaces. In addition, if a rabbit has sprayed, the urine will have a stronger odor than urine that was released inappropriately. Causes of Inappropriate Urination

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Female rabbits will not spray urine like males, but they can stillbe very territorial and have poor litter habits. Female rabbits should be spayed not only to discourage suchurine-marking behavior ...

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Female rabbits will not spray urine like males, but they can still be very territorial and have poor litter habits. Female rabbits should be spayed not only to discourage such urine-marking ...

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Do female rabbits spray urine or is it just males? Yes. “Mature, unneutered males spray urine, and both males and females (even those who are reliably litterbox-trained) may leave what many owners tactfully refer to as “calling cards” . However, the tendency is much higher in male than female.

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Okay, my female rabbit has been really wild and crazy the past couple of months. Running after our feet and play-biting and chasing us. That was okay, although sometimes annoying, but then she started trying to hump my leg. Girl, mind you. I didn't think female animals did that. Now all of a sudden, she'll be in the middle of rough-housing, when she'll quick, spin around and spray ...

www.bio.miami.edu/hare/spay.html

Rabbits who are spayed (females) or neutered (males) are much less likely to display objectionable sex-hormone induced behaviors such as aggression, mounting, and urine spraying. Neutered/spayed rabbits generally have much more reliable litterbox habits than intact rabbits.

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This behavior can often be curbed by spaying or neutering the rabbit. If the rabbit cannot be spayed or neutered, extra litter boxes can be placed inside the cage to catch any excess urine that is sprayed. Urine spraying can also be a behavioral issue that occurs because a rabbit does not feel comfortable in its surroundings.

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Though in the future be careful not to come home with the smell of other rabbits as that MAY cause him to spray. Every rabbit is different though. If you need a referral for a rabbit vet in your area then your local House Rabbit Society should have a list. Just go to www.rabbit.org and on the righthand side there is a link to both Chapters and ...