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THANK YOU dmh426!!
Theresa, regarding the clicker training, I actually took an all day class on clicker training rabbits. Great info! And it was amazing how quickly bunnies learned to touch their nose to a ball. (that's just the very first step to more useful training) Anyway, I found that food worked well on my bunnies, but Bailey was more motivated by affection, and she'd get bored within 5 minutes, so it took longer for her to be trained, but I really found it to be a wonderful tool.
My vet uses it to give her bunnies meds. NICE!
I haven't had much time lately to continue with the training. But I do have intention to hop back to it.