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Both my Flemmies were super easy to box train BUT like all rabbits till spay/neutered they will mark... Since Hunny's been spay her potty habits have been 100%. Ashes is all boxed trained as well except she isn't spay yet (too young) so she does still mark. I have the largest litter box Walmart had for cats with very high sides and its ok for her BUT when they are bonded I will have to get a bigger/wider one (found one at Petsmart)... here's a pic of Hunny in it when she was almost 4 months old... now she fills in just about front to back & she does pee high up so def need the sides, sometimes her bum looks like it's over the side but she adjusts herself b4 she goes...
As far as a feeder... I use heavy ceramic dog dishes for both of them... the grey hay rack/feeder that's in the pic became more a toy & got picked up & banged against the side of her pen so we don't use that one anymore.
Besides having to have a large pen & high gates (if you don't want them in the hall or a certain room) & having to buy lots os veggies every week... there really isn't anything "special" I've had to do to accomadate by big buns (lol, big buns).
With allowing them free range they're like having a big cat or a lil' dog...
LOL ok well lets see. food dish... I use a pet dish that attaced to the side of the nic cage. I got it at Tractor supply for $5.00 because Blue would dump his food or carry it around at first. and his water I do not use a bottle!! Flemies need lots of water so I got a Small dog auto water dish from walmart i believ that was about $6.00. I do have to give hom water prob twice a day.
Now for the cage ramps I took the same Plywood that I built the floors out of and cut them to size. then I got one of those rainbow colored Log toy from Petsmart and took the individual logs and cut them to the length of the ramps width. I drilled four holes and ziptied them through the log and onto the ramp. Sometimes he uses them sometimes he just skips them, depends on his mood.
any other questions please just asK I am glad to help.