Safe, yes... appealing, not so much. I've never had a rabbit like any sort of small wooden chew (these, small stick-shaped ones, etc.), though. From my own experience, which is based on the opinions of five bunns, rabbits' favorite things to chew on are:
1) The raised sides of the coroplast (corrugated plastic) flooring in their condo (*grumble*)
2) Cardboard boxes (paper towel/toilet paper rolls can also be good if they don't have glue residue on them)
3) Willow balls (around 4''), larger sticks and branches. There's a wicker version of the balls, but only a couple of my rabbits have liked that one - most ignore it.
4) Brown packing paper - it makes such delightful sounds when they rip and shred it, or so they claim.
5) Anything you don't want them to chew on... power cords, phone charger cords, etc. being universal favorites - bunny-proofing is essential! Watch out for bed sheets and pant legs too, lol.
In other words, chew toys seem to be a waste of money 95% of the time. Fortunately, they only really need to chew on stuff to entertain themselves if they're eating a proper diet. The vast majority of their diet should be grass hay (mine tend to eat a looseish pile about the same volume as their own body each day) and they should get generous servings of leafy green veggies regularly.
Between hay and veggies, they should keep both their front and back teeth worn down - my vet always tells me our rabbits' teeth look perfect and I rarely give them anything to chew on other than cardboard boxes.
answered 2 months, 3 weeks ago
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I have a rabbit; I think these are too small for her. I've had better luck with cardboard and bigger blocks of wood.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
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It is safe for Rabbits it is a Rabbit toy, my bunny loves it. If you put hay in the tunnel they can sit in it and eat ( thats what my bunny does). I would wait on getting the tube because they have different sizes. Also bunnys have different personalitys I would wait to get toys and see what your bunnies personality is like, because you might be wasting money if he/she does not like it.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
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