Giving Your Bunny Chew Toys

If you have a rabbit, you've probably noticed that bunnies will eat just about anything. Your pet isn't trying to be destructive: rabbits have open-rooted teeth, so they need to chew to prevent painful dental issues.

You'll need to give your furry friend lots of suitable chew toys. These can be made out of ordinary household items, such as many wood, wicker, and cardboard items. You can also give your pet plain paper to nibble on. Certain types of wood—typically from fruit trees and berry bushes—are also safe, as long as they have been cleaned and disinfected. Just do some research first, to make sure that they are safe.

Never give a bunny anything small or sharp. Things that are covered in varnish, stain, or dye are also unsafe.

Ask your pet clinic Cherry Hill, NJ can give you more specific information on your rabbit's chewing needs, including advice on safe and safe and unsafe woods.


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