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https://companion-animals.extension.org/rabbit-behavioral-problems-inappropriate-urination/

Aug 21, 2019 ... The causes for urine spraying and abnormal urination habits can include: Territorial tendencies: Intact rabbits (especially males) will frequently ...

http://www.therabbithouse.com/behaviour/problem-litter-training.asp

If you have a male rabbit, he may start spraying urine up walls or even at you. Males spray females during courtship, and sometimes rabbits will express their ...

https://resources.bestfriends.org/article/house-rabbit-behavior-and-bunny-body-language

Nov 28, 2018 ... Why do male and female bunnies spray? They are marking their territory. Un- neutered males will mark female rabbits and their territory by ...

https://www.avianexoticvetcare.com/handouts/small-mammals/rabbits-behavior.pdf

Spraying urine. This is most common in sexually intact male rabbits. Males spray objects within their territory but can also spray other males who are ...

https://rabbit.org/faq-spaying-and-neutering/

Unneutered male rabbits spray, and both males and females are much easier to litter train, and much more reliably trained, after they have been altered. Altered ...

https://animals.mom.me/control-odors-male-pet-rabbit-1193.html

In the case of buck rabbits, neutering also reduces territorial spraying behavior, which should help reduce odors. You can have him neutered once his testicles ...

http://www.threelittleladiesrabbitry.com/urinespray.php

What To Do? Spraying is a hormonal, territorial behavior. You will not be able to override this basic instinct with reprimands or discipline. The rabbit is just being ...

http://language.rabbitspeak.com/gimme-some-space-man/

Unneutered/unspayed rabbits will also spray urine to mark territory, as well as “ objects” they own (sometimes including other rabbits). All pet rabbits should be ...

https://pets.stackexchange.com/questions/2237/how-do-i-discourage-rabbits-from-spraying

Feb 26, 2014 ... You are correct that the first and best step to modify spraying and poor litter box habits is spay/neuter. You are also correct that the behavior ...

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

loss of previously good litterbox habits; spraying urine (a sign of love, but still. ... When intact, both male and female rabbits usually mount one another endlessly ...