Rabbit Behavior

aggressive rabbit body language

Aggressive rabbit body language.

It would be a lot easier for you to prevent your rabbit’s aggression if you can comprehend with your rabbits’ aggressive behavior.

In this post, I will help you to get a grasp of your rabbit’s aggressive behavior and stop your rabbits from getting aggressive towards other rabbits or when inside a rabbit cage.

After reading this post, understanding aggressive rabbit body language will not be a trouble for you. You will realize how to pet a rabbit and handle them with care so your bunnies will be good bunnies.

Aggressive rabbit body language.

A rabbit is not aggressive by nature. A rabbit may only show signs of aggression when they are scared and try to protect them and their territory from danger.

Being a prey animal a rabbit is very territorial and are easily scared.

There are some easy signals which are noticeable when your rabbit is trying to be aggressive:

  • Ears moving backward;
  • Rear feet thumping;
  • Nipping;
  • Chasing;
  • Growling;
  • Biting.

Besides doing their best to protect their territory, a house rabbit will be hostile during several other events.

The common reasons for your rabbit to get aggressive are as follows:

  • Scared of predators;
  • If a rabbit is left alone for a long time; (can I leave my pet rabbit alone?)
  • Not enough bonding with other pets or with the rabbit guardian;
  • Invasion of a rabbits’ territory;
  • Sudden change in surroundings and environment;
  • Frustrated rabbits can be aggressive;
  • A sick rabbit can be aggressive too. Sickness can cause pain your rabbits which may result in aggressive rabbit body language.

How to make your rabbit less aggressive?

In order to make your rabbit less aggressive, a rabbit guardian must try to break his/her rabbit’s fear.

Fearful rabbits are extremely territorial. As prey animal rabbits are frightened easily and want to prevent their territory by getting aggressive.

First and foremost you have to get your rabbits neutered/spayed. Once your rabbits are neutered/spayed, they will be less territorial.

No rabbits are born aggressive though every rabbit has a unique character. A rabbit builds its aggressive character in time due to many purposes which I have mentioned above.

One of the common reason for hostility in rabbits is due to a rabbit guardian is handling his/her delicate house pets in the wrong way.

To understand how to pet a rabbit properly you can read here.

Rabbits are frightened very easily and if they are scared of you and can’t be relaxed around his/her guardian, they will be aggressive towards you.

Before your house rabbit show signs of aggression, it will show signs of stress. A stressed rabbit is not a happy rabbit.

Therefore you have to allow an adequate amount of time for your new house rabbits to get comfortable around you and trust you.

The best thing:

Once your rabbit starts to trust you, in no time your rabbit will learn to become less aggressive and begin bonding with you.

As you try to bond with your rabbit slowly just stay aware of all the above mentioned aggressive behaviors.

If your rabbits show the symptoms while you intend to bond with them, it is best to stop trying to bond at that time.

Give the rabbit some more time and try bonding again later. You have to allow time for your rabbits to trust you. Once your rabbit trusts you, they will get close to you by themselves.

Let me share my story:

When I brought my first rabbit home, I planned to raise it cage-free. So I allowed my rabbit the living room to use as her running space.

As well as I litter trained my bunny so that she will not poop and pee everywhere in my living room.

In the beginning, my bunny she always liked to hide under the couch. As she seemed scared of me and decided to sleep in a dark place where she thought is safe enough for her to relax.

I never dragged her out or disturbed her while she was hiding under the couch. I did not want to stress her. She was already a stressed bunny from the new place she moved in.

However, as slowly time passed by, probably after two weeks. my bunny started to come outside from under the couch and sleep on the couch.

Meaning she was starting to be relaxed and get used to in her new home and with the new environment.

As some more time passed by she started to bond with me and before I could realize she has begun to sleep near me all the time.

She will always come near my feet and sleep just right next to my feet. She will climb up my legs and come sleep in my lap.

I did not have to compel her to do so but my bunny she understood that it is safe to stay around me.

It is not only with human, but rabbit also requires time to bond with regardless of another rabbit or any other animal.

They need time and some more time and new rabbit guardians have to be patient.

You may check out the video below to learn more on how to make your rabbit less aggressive.

Sometimes a rabbit will show aggression towards new rabbits too.

Hence, new rabbit guardians have to understand the rabbit bonding stages in order to bond a rabbit with another rabbit.

Rabbit aggression towards other rabbits.

Trying to introduce a new rabbit with your existing house rabbits can cause territorial dispute among the rabbits.

The old house rabbit may get very aggressive towards the new rabbit.

Instead of thinking the new bunny as a friend, the old rabbit may think of him as his rival.

A neutered/spayed rabbit is less likely to show that behavior, nevertheless it is not inevitable.

It is best to introduce two new rabbits slowly. This process may start with a slow and consistent introduction instead of compelling them to live together from the beginning.

If you force your rabbits to bond fast, it may cause the behavioral disorder. The older rabbit will be stressed and will not hesitate to aggressive behavior towards the new rabbit.

As a new rabbit, it will be scared and stressed by the aggressive rabbit body language. Understand this too much stress is very dangerous for rabbits and can be deadly.

The old rabbit may start fighting with the new bunny in the scene. The old rabbit may swat, bite and claw at the new rabbit.

The worst scenario they both will swat at each other and can create a fatal situation for themselves. It will be later expensive on your side then to visit a rabbit vet.

Often female rabbits are more territorial than male rabbits:

Often a female rabbit will show aggression towards a new male rabbit. A female rabbit may not consider a new male bunny as its mates instead she will get territorial and try to attack the male.

The only possible thing you can do is by the cautious introduction of new rabbits and by recognization of the rabbit bonding stages behavior.

Many times I have heard from pet rabbit owners regarding aggression of their rabbit inside the cage.

Why is your rabbit aggressive in the cage?

A rabbit only gets aggressive inside the cage when it has a feeling that someone or something is trying to invade its territory.

If you intend to clean your rabbit’s cage or even intend to bring your rabbit outside the cage for playing around, your pet rabbit will think it is an invasion of his/her territory.

The rabbit will become protective of its territory and show aggression towards anything that is trying to invade.

A rabbit is never aggressive by genetics, they absorb this behavior depending on their surroundings.

To prevent your rabbits from showing aggressive rabbit body language in his cage you must discover how to clean a rabbit cage properly.

As well as do not drag your rabbit out from the cage to play in his running space such in your apartment or house.

Allow your rabbits to discover it by themselves. If you force them to do something you will force them to become meaner.

Keep their cage door open and wait for your house rabbits to come out by themselves and explore new territory.

Similarly, do not remove bunny toys and your rabbit’s litter box abruptly. Because your rabbits will be annoyed by that and consider you as their predator instead of their friends.

So give your rabbit plenty of time to trust you and then open the cage door. so that they come out of the cage by themselves.

Once your rabbit comes out, only then clean all the rabbit chew toys, dishes, water feeder, and your rabbit’s litter box.

All the cleaning must be done once the rabbit has left the cage by himself.

Also, choose the rabbit cages which I have mentioned in a previous article.

Most rabbit guardians recommend buying the rabbit cages in this article >>> Cheap rabbit cages for the purpose of easy cleaning and many other conveniences for both the rabbits and rabbit guardians.

Why is my rabbit lunging at me all of a sudden?

If your rabbit is acting strange and lunging at you often, it means you as a guardian doing something incorrectly with your rabbits.

Maybe you tried to pick up your rabbit in an improper way, or you pet your rabbit in the wrong way.

If you do not know how to pick up your rabbit or how to pet a rabbit the proper way, your rabbit will begin to be meaner towards you.

Picking up a rabbit to give a pet can cause your rabbit to think you as a predator.

So first learn how to pick up a rabbit and pet bunnies with care.

While your rabbit considers you as dangerous, annoying, and unfriendly they will definitely try to protect themselves by lunging at you.

So if your rabbit lunges at you suddenly, it means you are doing something incorrectly.

In the video above it seems like the rabbit is lunging at its owner. The owner is invading the rabbit’s space or the territory which made the rabbit extremely hostile.

Aggressive rabbit breeds.

Not all rabbits are born equal, as well as every rabbit has its own unique characteristics.

However, no rabbits are born as aggressive and mean. They grow a habit of being mean due to their surroundings.

So simply we can never judge a rabbit by their breed on how they are going to behave towards their new guardian or its new surroundings.

It is your responsibility to love your pet rabbits and raise them with care so that they do not show symptoms of aggression.

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rabbit signs of stress

Top Rabbit signs of stress – FAQ

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Wondering whether your rabbits are stressed or not? Realizing the rabbit signs of stress will enable you to prevent your rabbits from rabbit stress death.

Learning all about the signs of fear and nervousness in rabbits will remove the whole confusion between you and your rabbits. As a result, your rabbits will love you.

The best part

I have explained in detail and answered all the FAQ relating to rabbit anxiety symptoms and ways to reduce stress in house rabbits.

Rabbit signs of stress and the reason behind stress.

Being small and delicate animals, rabbits get nervous very easily. As a rabbit guardian, it is you who will have to realize rabbit anxiety symptoms and prevent your rabbits from getting further stress.

Before understanding rabbit signs of stress, you must remember rabbits are naturally prey animals and they are very fearful.

A sudden change in their environment or habitat can cause stress for your rabbits.

If you place your rabbit in a situation where your rabbit feels scared or frightened all the time, it will cause serious stress for them and may cause fatal health concerns.

However, you may not recognize the behavior changes in your rabbits due to stress, if you don’t know the signs.

The rabbit signs of stress are as follows:

A stressed rabbit will behave unusually than normal. Although every different rabbit has different characteristics, rabbit owners once they recognize the normal behavior pattern they will be able to identify the unusual behavior as well:

  • Rabbits are a very active animal, however, if they are stressed they will seem anxious and restless;
  • On the contrary, some rabbits may become very inactive when they are stressed. They will lose the interest of their surroundings and will be visible quiet trying to hide in a spot;
  • Hiding or going somewhere they think is safe is the natural instinct of rabbits. But a stressed rabbit will hide longer than normal to stay away from fear and prevent themselves from nervousness.
  • A nervous and stressed rabbit will over groom themselves. At some point, they may even bite themselves and remove a patch of fur from their body. That may even lead to bleeding, so be very careful of this sign.
  • Again a rabbit that is nervous may not groom itself at all. rabbits are very clean and self-grooming animals if they stop grooming themselves, you must take notice of that and prevent your rabbit from further anxiety.
  • Another sign of an anxious rabbit is being aggressive. It means the rabbit is frightened and trying to protect him/herself.
    A stressed rabbit will fight another rabbit and may bite the rabbit guardian when the guardian is trying to handle or pet the rabbit.
  • Finally, a stressed rabbit will appear very nervous. They will breathe heavily, may freeze an hold their ears back tight to their head.
    But the sign of holding ears tight back to their head is similar to the way a rabbit sleeps. Now, to prevent confusion you have to understand whether it is a sign of stress or your rabbit is just sleeping.
  • A stressed rabbit will make noises. Usually, rabbits are very quiet house pets. Nevertheless, in an extremely stressed situation, your pet rabbit will make a screeching sound.
  • Another rabbit sign of stress is a change in the rabbit’s feeding and toilet timing. This change in rabbit’s behavior shows that your rabbit is fearful and nervous, hence they only feed and poop when they think it is safe for them.

Why do rabbits get stressed?

Rabbits get stressed when they are scared. As rabbits are a prey animal and like to sleep in burrows even a simple change in the environment can be fearful for them.

Too much fear leads to nervousness and anxiety as a result you rabbit gets stressed.

There are several other factors apart from fear for a rabbit to get stressed. Understanding these other factors are equally important for your rabbits’ health and prevent them from house rabbits getting sick:

  • A rabbit will get stressed if you keep them in an unclean environment for a long time. Rabbits are a clean animal.
    They prefer to keep themselves clean and play in a clean surrounding. Neither they can clean their own cage nor the running space you provide for your bunnies.
    If you do not clean the rabbit cage or hutch regularly it will impact your rabbits’ health. Your rabbit will be stressed and the unclean cage may form bacteria and lead to diseases in your rabbits.
    To learn read here >>> How to clean a rabbit cage properly?
  • Rabbit owners love to pet their rabbits. Most rabbit owners do not know how to pet a rabbit the right way.
    In order to pet a rabbit and lift a rabbit because they are so adorable bunny lovers must first realize there is a decent way to do so. If you lift a rabbit abruptly it will cause stress in rabbits as they are prey animals. Find here >>> How to pet a rabbit and not frighten them.
  • Many rabbit owners prefer to keep their pet rabbits outdoors. Keeping a rabbit outdoors is a good idea only if you take the safety measures.
    Temperature changes can harm your rabbit a lot. Too much cold or too much heat can cause stress in your rabbits. Preventing rabbits outdoors is easy and you can read here more details about >>> Keeping rabbits outdoors and safety.
  • A stressed rabbit is not a healthy rabbit. An unhealthy rabbit is a sick rabbit. To keep your rabbits in good shape it is vital you choose a very good diet for your rabbits.
    Understand what is the best food for your rabbits and what to feed them. Rabbits dental health is equally important for overall health. A rabbit wants to continuously chew on something to stop their teeth grow continuously.
    So it is vital you provide your rabbits always with some fresh and good quality rabbit hay
  • Rabbits are amazing pets. Some pet lovers they try to introduce their rabbit with the previous rabbits they already own.
    It may sound complicated yet it is easy and to do so you must introduce new pet rabbits gradually. A rabbit can stay in the same house with cats and dogs. But if you introduce the cat to your rabbits suddenly it will cause stress for you rabbits due to so many reasons. Read here for a basic understanding of >>> How to introduce cats and new rabbits.

How to reduce stress in rabbits? Techniques to calm down a stressed rabbit.

To reduce stress in rabbits you must prevent rabbits from getting fearful. Avoid sudden changes in the environment and their habitat.

In case your rabbit shows signs of stress continuously it is best to visit a rabbit vet immediately. The vet will be able to find the reason for stress and suggest you what measures you must take for your bunny friend.

To reduce stress in rabbits you can take all these steps:

  • Provide your rabbits adequate running space for them to exercise and remain healthy;
  • Do not expose your rabbits to extreme heat or cold. Find ways to keep them at a comfortable temperature;
  • They should be kept in a place with sufficient flow of fresh air.
  • Keep them in a clean place.
  • Do not expose your rabbits to predators. A mere sight of a predator will shock your rabbits.
  • Rabbits are very active animals and get bored easily. Give them plenty of safe rabbit chew toys so that they will not get bored.
  • Rabbits are adorable and require companionship. So do not let your rabbit go lonely. Always try to buy a pair of rabbits.
    If you do not buy a pair of rabbit, you as a rabbit guardian try to make some time every day to interact and play with rabbits. In no time you will realize these small pets are amazing companion too.
  • Do not introduce your rabbits to strangers suddenly. Your rabbits will be frightened by the new faces, and it will be very stressful if the stranger tries to handle your rabbits without having knowledge of how to pet a rabbit.
  • Avoid keeping your rabbits in a noisy place. Too much noise will create stress for your rabbits.
  • Every time you go out for the whole weekend, do not carry your rabbits along with you. The car travel may be very stressful for your rabbits.
    You can keep your rabbit in the house alone but definitely needs supervision. Read here >>> How can you leave a rabbit alone for the weekend?
  • Prevent your rabbit from getting sick. Provide them with the best rabbit food and best rabbit hay.

In order to calm down a stressed rabbit, avoid doing all the above mentioned.

Pet your rabbits and let them feel loved.

Give them a place where they can hide and relax.

Provide your rabbits with treats.

Give your rabbit some toys to play with.

Still, if your rabbit is stressed you must visit a vet and explain all your concern.

The rabbit vet will identify the reason and can suggest you the best steps on how to take care of your rabbit.

Rabbit stress death: Can rabbits die from stress?

Yes, rabbits can die from stress. It is not common yet not impossible.

If your rabbit gets a sudden shock from fear of loud noise or sight of an aggressive predator, which may lead to a heart attack.

The heart attack will be the reason for your rabbit’s sudden death.

Want your rabbit to be happy and healthy?

Click here to order the ebook How to raise healthy & happy rabbits!

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Click on the links below for:
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    Can Rabbits Eat Corn? Read More »

toys for bunnies to play with

Buy Safe Toys for Bunnies to Play With.

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Do you have thoughts of buying rabbit chew toys, which will not allow your rabbits to be lonely even without you?

There are so many bunny toys out there in the market but not all of them seem safe for your cute pet rabbits.

Bunnies need safe chew toys to avoid boredom and look even cuter.

Therefore I have listed 7 of the safest bunny toys in this post which you can purchase online anytime.

Rabbits are intelligent animals and get bored easily.

If you are too tired or can’t manage time to play with your bunnies or pet rabbits, I suggest getting at least one or two toys for bunnies to play with.

Rabbit toys will keep your rabbits busy and prevent them from being lonely.

Best 7 chew toys for bunnies to play with:

Whenever you are about to buy a rabbit toy, just think this:

What are your rabbits’ favorite activities?

These are any rabbits’ top favorite actions:

  • Digging,
  • Chewing,
  • Hiding,
  • Running through tunnels,
  • Climbing,
  • Flinging

They prefer all these activities and they require these exercises to stay healthy and happy as well.

So before you buy a rabbit toy consider any one or two of these above activities for your bunnies.

I have tried all the toys mentioned in this list article. These toys will allow your bunnies to play and at the same time participate in one or more of the activities a rabbit likes:

Do bunnies need chew toys?

Bunnies are a social animal and tend to get very bored very fast. To keep them entertained, a rabbit guardian must provide them with bunny chew toys.

Bunny chew toys are cheap and can be bought in many pet stores.

However, not all bunny chew toys are safe for bunnies. It is better to buy bunny chew toys online or from Amazon only after you read the reviews carefully.

Hence this article is going to guide you through some of the better and safe rabbit toys out there in the market.

Just a heads up if your bunnies are not getting enough attention from you, they will really need some toys to play with. A lonely bunny will get stressed very fast.

Read here for >>> Rabbit signs of stress.

A stressed rabbit will have a reduced rabbit lifespan.

What toys do bunnies play with?

Bunnies mostly like to play with toys that allow them to chew on.

Although domestic bunnies are raised differently, their natural characteristics are not different from their wild counterpart. Therefore bunnies have the behavior of foraging, digging, hiding, etc.

That is why toys that enable a rabbit to hide relax and forage is a good option as well.

For those who do not have time to read the full article, you can check the list of toys as follows:

  1. Activity Balls;
  2. Handmade Grass Bed;
  3. Hanging chew toy by Kaytee;
  4. Wooden chew toys for rabbits;
  5. Fiddle sticks bridge;
  6. Three-way rabbit tunnel;
  7. Cardboard Castle.

Activity Balls

My most favorite rabbit toy is this balls made up of natural materials like grass and willows. This pack of three balls is rabbits favorite.

Rabbit toys
Rabbit toys

Each ball is approximately 3inches in diameter.

My rabbits get absolutely obsessed with the willow balls and it is a great time pass for them. But these balls do not last a long time.

It may take a day for one rabbit to completely rip apart a ball and nibble into it. You will be surprised to see the balls disappear so quickly, and that’s because your rabbits love playing with it.

The balls are harmless for your rabbits and edible. So you don’t have to worry about your rabbits chewing on it.

It is a good exercise as well for your rabbits.

Do not give your rabbits all three balls at the same time because they will dismantle all three of them in no time and will make a total mess of your house when they are indoors.

What I do is give them one at a time and the next one once they are completely done with the first one. It is a good stress reliever and at the same time a great chew toy for your rabbits.

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Handmade Grass Bed

Rabbit bed
Rabbit bed

This handmade grass bed is another amazing toy for your rabbits. The reason is your rabbits can use it as a bed as well as they can chew on it.

This grass bed is made of 100% edible hay for rabbits.

My rabbit just loved it when I gave her this grass bed. She loved chewing on it while sitting on it. It is a great chew toy for bunnies.

The only reason why it has the second spot because it doesn’t last a long time. Because your rabbits will absolutely love chewing on it.

It may take only maximum 2 weeks for a rabbit to completely eat the whole thing.

You will soon notice that your rabbits are using it as their bed for sleeping.

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Kaytee Hanging Chew Toy

Rabbit chew toy
Rabbit chew toy

This cute chew toy is multifunctional. Kaytee did a good job in making a hanging toy that works as a good decoration for your rabbit’s cage and a chew toy as well.

Your rabbit may not show any interest in this hanging toy at first but eventually, they will start to like it.

Your rabbits will not be bored anymore and have a good workout session trying to have a grip on this hanging chew toy.

This chew toy is made of wood and pretty durable. Even your rabbits chew on it regularly a hanging toy will easily last over a month.

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Wooden Chew Toys for Rabbit Workout.

Rabbit toys
Rabbit toys

This set of three toys are a must-have for your pet rabbits. The set includes a ball, a dumbbell, and a roller. The roller and the ball has a bell inside which really sounds cute when your bunnies play with them.

But if you do not like too much noise, I suggest perhaps these toys are not for your house rabbits. Yet you can give it a try.

Because your rabbits are going to love playing with the rollers, dumbbell, and the ball.

Trying to push and rolling on these toys will benefit your rabbits by giving them a good workout session.

Consider ordering this if you want your rabbits to be happy and healthy.

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Fiddle Sticks Bridge

This bridge is made of wood and is easily foldable to different shapes. The colored fiddle sticks are appealing to rabbits and look good for decorating your rabbits’ habitat as well.rabbit chew toys

You can bend it into a ladder, bridge or a hideout for your rabbits. But my rabbit likes it as a hideout when I left it as an arch in her running space.

If you keep it as a hideout, it is only good for one rabbit. Best part it’s durable and very safe even if your rabbit chews on it.

But probably due to the colors your rabbit won’t bother chewing on it.

This fiddle sticks bridge can be used as guards for your wooden furniture legs so that your rabbit doesn’t chew on your furniture.

So this fiddle sticks bridge is multifunctional and actually is a helpful toy for bunny guardians.

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Three-Way Rabbit Tunnel

Rabbits most favorite activity is digging through a tunnel. However, your house rabbits do not get that opportunity.

toys for bunnies to play with

But fortunately, this 3-way tunnel was made to give your rabbits the feel of hiding in a tunnel. Your rabbits will enjoy running through it.

They can hide inside the tunnel and sleep inside of it.

Hopping around from one end to the other end will excite your bunnies. they will be happier than ever before.

This tunnel is easy to clean in case your rabbit poops inside of it. Due to the reason, it is short you can purchase more of these tunnels and connect them to give your rabbits a bigger adventure.

Rabbits love digging and running through tunnels, so you can only imagine this tunnel is going ti be a great toy for your rabbits.

I have two of this tunnel in my house and both of them are still good for use even after a year.

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Cardboard Castle

This is an excellent product. Enough room to accommodate two rabbits and it has 3 floors.toys for bunnies to play with

Best for rabbits that tend to climb up and down. Your rabbits can sleep inside the cardboard castle or can use it for a good exercise session running up and down.

Suitable for placing it in your apartment or rabbits’ running space.

The castle is made of harmless materials for rabbits. So you rabbits can chew on it too.

My rabbits have chewed on it for so long but amazingly the castle was still standing very well.

If you want to keep your rabbits in a free-range environment then this cardboard castle is a must-have toy for you bunnies.

The greatest thing even after your rabbits chew on this cardboard castle, the cardboard castle will easily last a year.

Your rabbits will enjoy playing with this castle and so will you enjoy watching your rabbits going in and out of it.

Without a doubt, your rabbits will love hiding in this castle and relax.

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Unsafe toys for bunnies to play with.

You as a rabbit guardian do not want to purchase any toy that is going to become fatal for your rabbits.

Therefore in this article, I have only mentioned the toys that I have found safe for my bunnies to play with.

Next time when you buy a toy always look if the toys are made from 100% rabbit safe materials. If not then never buy those toys.

Avoid toys that contain glue and harmful dyes to look nice.

Do not buy toys that are made for other small pets. Toys made for other animals may not be suitable at all for your bunnies.

Only buy the right toys for bunnies to play with.

There is so many DIY rabbit toys article and in my next article, I will speak about that.

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Want your rabbit to be happy and healthy?

Click here to order the ebook How to raise healthy & happy rabbits!

Need other things for your rabbit?
Click on the links below for:
Rabbit food
Rabbit Toys
Rabbit supplies
Rabbit cages and houses
Rabbit health and hygiene