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    Hi all. My 2 gorgeous boys are a delight-but I have failed miserably with litter training. They both use the same corner of their run but every time I introduce a tray, they literally throw it aside! I've tried different trays(I now have quite a collection!) I also tried weighting one down with a very attractive stone-some great teamwork soon got rid of that! Before I give up completely has anyone any advice?

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    Have you tried a large tray such as an underbed storage box, dog bed or potting tray?

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    Super quick response Zoobec, thanks! Nothing as big as those but will give that a try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsmag View Post
    Super quick response Zoobec, thanks! Nothing as big as those but will give that a try.
    Fingers crossed that will work

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    I know it’s expensive but how about the wooden MPH litter tray/hay rack or similar? Even my Dennis, who is an Olympic thrower, can’t move that one.

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    I use three underbed storage boxes for my four. 32 litre ones from Tesco.

    They have a magazine rack for their hay.






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    If you put hay in the litter tray this might encourage them to use it as bunnies like to chew while they (I'll let you guess what)

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    Am going to get some under bed boxes tomorrow and try with them will let you know if that works! The mph set up looks good. Thanks for all your help.

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    So-under bed box purchased and-----been manhandled and moved! I was so hoping the boys wouldn't be able to shift it! I filled it with hay at one end and they were straight in and chomping! When they'd had enough, the furniture removal began! I can almost hear 'to me, to you'!!

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    Might try a dog bed next. Think that might be heavier.

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