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I have used the bitter spray and it did not work and it was also really expensive .
It was "Bitter Lime" by four paws. I t didnt work for us then someone told me to rub cheap perfume or esential oil into the areas the bunny is chewing. That worked for a while and the house smelt yummy but wore off and we still have to watch her but shes much better.
There are bunny sites that sell the doggy bitter apple spray for rabbits. It is safe but it doesnt seem to work on most buns.
What has been recommended before and works VERY well on most buns is using perfume. If you have ever noticed most buns are very sensitive to strong smells. Many buns will turn their nose up at you and go the other direction if you where strong perfume-they hate it.
So....if you spray some perfume or strong bathy &body spray on your door your bun should be pretty offended and leave the door alone. I would spray the door and the floor (if carpeted) under the door to make it as unappealing as possible.
You will need to keep up with it though-if the smell wears off the bun may eat at the door again so every few days you may need to spray it.
great i going try this to see if it saves my table legs