Breaking in this new playpen we bought for the cats for camping, but poor Pepper doesn’t like it. Still just had to see how it fair.
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1. Start out in a small room and over time expand to a bigger room/playpen.
2. Always have toys for both, Rabbit and Dog to kinda get their mind off of the other. This will help bonding go a lot faster .
3. Dont put a big dog (Hunting Dogs) and Rabbit together. Rabbits are prey.
4. When either one start getting aggresive tell them “NO” and pull apart. It continued, take away from each other.
5. NEVER leave them unattended unless you know for FACT they wont hurt each other.
6. Have patience.
REMEMBER: Not all dogs and rabbits get along- This is just to help try and bond them together. My dog and rabbit are bestfriends, but not everyone’s pets are like mine. All pets are different. DO NOT FORCE THEM TO STAY WITH EACH OTHER!
Sorry for the lack of videos, been busy with school, and allergies were horrible these last few weeks…I still have a sore throat so – dont mind my voice! (;
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Kiki & Sally love to come stay with us at Oxford Pet Resort and Spa! They aren’t so fond of playing outdoors when it is hot! Watch as they enjoy getting to play in our indoor play area for their exercise and play time!