i've heard rumors that it can be done, but how!? i am a tad bit impatient, i'll admit. but putting the poop in the designated potty corner is not working out too well.
Just out of curiousity what do you use for the litter box. My hedgehog is Sonic Tiberious Hedgehog or just Sonic for short, I am trying to potty train him, but he doesn't like Bounty paper towel...hedgie love said:I didn't have to work very hard to litter train Herisson. What I did was put all of the poop into the litter box. I always leave some in when I clean so he doesn't forget. Herisson loves the texture of the stuff I put in, the first day he played in it for a while (nothing was in it then)
Did you try putting the paper towel in the place where he has already chosen as his poop spot? I use Yesterday's News and mine uses it all the time. His poop and pee are always done in his litter box. Rarely do I find a pee spot outside of the pan.gyaku said:Just out of curiousity what do you use for the litter box. My hedgehog is Sonic Tiberious Hedgehog or just Sonic for short, I am trying to potty train him, but he doesn't like Bounty paper towel...
I took the lid off of a square tin container :lol: Cheaper, and I like it better because it's only about 1 cm high, which makes it easy for my boy to walk in and out of it, while still keeping the litter inside.raisinsushi said:But what is it that you use exactly for a "litter pan" ???
Thank you for the suggestion! My little guys kept burrowing under their green liners after they had pottied them. I made litter boxes with baking sheets, put a different liner for those, and gave them the green liners to just burrow with. It worked! They have not tried to burrow under the baking sheets and have not bothered with those liners. I am hoping Whyte will finally potty train, as well. Riley already was but then would burrow. ew.silvercat said:We used a clean (new) baking sheet (not the non-stick one)