aluminum croks

Discussion in 'Rabbits' started by bob clark, Dec 15, 2005.

  1. bob clark

    bob clark A man's man

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    well, rabbits absolutely adore flipping over their dishes, so unless it's anchored down/ attached to the cage, you'll need to fill the bowls with rocks.
     

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    We use these too. The worst part is the rabbits like to potty in them and they constantly have to be cleaned out, or at least some of the rabbits do. I have one doe that will absolutely not pee anywhere but in her water crock. Geesh! The other thing is, they can be banged out to break out the ice, but they dent pretty easy, even the biggest ones and it takes quite a bit of time to break these out if you do use them for the water. I have a little gardening shovel that I keep on hand to clean the poop out of them each day and I keep old rummage sale towels in my rabbitry that I can dry them out with if I have to wash one.