General question about play pen.

TJB_00

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Hi all. I have four sows and one bunny.
The bunny is new and I have run large play pen. Is it ok to switch over the piggy and rabbit? Alternate so one day the bunny will be out playing in the pen in the outbuilding and then the next day the piggies will be. I don’t want them interacting for obvious reasons but is it ok to use the same pen and space? Or will it confuse my animals? The reason I ask is because I only have space for one pen right now in My outbuilding while the rest gets worked on. If I used white vinegar spray to remove any scents after each animal alternated would this be ok?
 

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Sorry I have no idea. I always think vinegar is a bit strong smelling for piggies, I know many use it. Nice to see a photo of them all...
 

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My pigs and buns shared the same shed and free range garden spaces for many years with no problems, check out my Luna and Delilah topic. ;)
 

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White vinegar is great for neturalising scents.

Given that Bordatella can sometimes be symptomless in bunnies I would also use a vet grade disinfectant between animals to protect them.
 

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where did you get the clips?
 

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White vinegar is great for neturalising scents.

Given that Bordatella can sometimes be symptomless in bunnies I would also use a vet grade disinfectant between animals to protect them.
Thank you. Yes I will get some
 
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