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

Rabbits are territorial, and divide the world into personal places only for them and their closest associates, public places, and places owned by others. Some ...

https://articles.extension.org/pages/33013/rabbit-behavioral-problems:-inappropriate-urination

Jun 9, 2011 ... Introduction Marking objects or urine spraying is a normal territorial instinct that many domestic and wild rabbits display. ...

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

Although rabbits have latrine areas for toileting, they also mark their territory by ... of sexual maturity is the trigger for a rabbit to begin marking his or her territory.

https://mohrs.org/behavior-the-things-they-do-and-why/

Nov 9, 2015 ... Rabbits behavior after their hormones change is often unacceptable for ... One of the ways all bunnies will mark their territory (in an acceptable ...

https://pets.stackexchange.com/questions/514/what-means-do-rabbits-use-to-mark-and-defend-their-territory

Rabbits mark their territory using scent gland located under chin. Male rabbits, or bucks in particular, will often rub their chin on anything they ...

http://www.rabbithaven.org/behavior/

Think of it as your bunny going on his or her rounds, marking everything as ... are not in a pile, but are scattered are signs that this territory belongs to this rabbit.

https://animals.mom.me/chin-rubbing-mean-rabbit-1191.html

Nearly every action has some sort of meaning to a rabbit, whether it's fear, joy, ... Some rabbits immediately start marking territory when they enter a new place, ...

https://www.quora.com/Are-rabbits-territorial-If-so-how-do-they-mark-their-territory

This behavior is advertising for a mate as well as marking territory. If spayed/ neutered, this behavior lessens. When introducing a new rabbit to ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=13WWy7eyCwA

Apr 2, 2011 ... Domestic Rabbit Marking out it's Territories!!! GohWeiXian. Loading... Unsubscribe from GohWeiXian? Cancel Unsubscribe. Working.

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

Because rabbits are social, they have developed a marking system to communicate with ... a natural behavior performed in the wild to mark a rabbit's territory.