Can You Train A Flemish Giant Rabbit?

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How do you litter-train a Flemish Giant?

Trying to litter-train your Flemish? Give him a pile of straw for a few days. After he has soiled/wet on that, place that inside the litter box – then place the litter box into his house in the same corner that he was most using as his toileting area.

Are Flemish rabbits cuddly?

Keeping Flemish Giants as Pets

Much like dogs and cats, "Flemmies" make affectionate, curious, laid-back pets, as long as they're trained and handled properly from a young age.

How do you train a giant bunny?

Can a Flemish giant live with smaller rabbits?

Flemish Giant rabbits need plenty of space to move around, so the average rabbit hutch won't be sufficient. And, just like all rabbits, Flemish Giants need a bonding partner, so you should ideally have the space to accommodate 2 rabbits.

How much does the average Flemish Giant weigh?

There may be no more awe-inspiring rabbit in the world than the Flemish Giant. If one came hopping along, you might at first glance mistake it for a dog. These rabbits weigh 15 pounds on average and can reach a length of 2.5 feet. Males have broader heads than females.

Flemish Giants do not reach full size until they are 1.5 years old, and consume a large amount of food during this time. After females deliver kits, and during winter for all Flemish Giants, the rabbits must be fed as much as they can eat, and given plenty of water.

There may be no more awe-inspiring rabbit in the world than the Flemish Giant. If one came hopping along, you might at first glance mistake it for a dog. These rabbits weigh 15 pounds on average and can reach a length of 2.5 feet. Males have broader heads than females.

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