Rabbit Toys

A bored rabbit is a destructive rabbit. Digging or chewing at the carpet and chewing forbidden objects are just two examples. Whether inside the cage or out, your rabbit needs plenty of toys to keep them from getting bored.

  • Toilet paper rolls & paper towel rolls filled with hay
  • Untreated straw baskets of any size
  • Natural wood blocks (no pressure treated wood, plywood, particle board, and press board)
  • Wire ball filled with hay. You can hang it and keep them entertained
  • Baby toys such as rattles and giant key rings
  • Hanging bird toys with bells
  • Cardboard boxes with openings or doors cut in the sides
  • Things to jump up on (they like high places where they can look around

You can also visit our Amazon Shop for more ideas.

In addition, Oxbow Animal Health has an amazing selection from their Enriched Life products to help keep your rabbits entertained and out of trouble!

And, if your rabbit is misbehaving you can use a spray bottle to mist them with water, snapping your fingers or whistling to deter them from doing what they’re doing.

Also, NEVER HIT A RABBIT! It is cruel and they don’t understand why they’re in trouble. They can also become angry and aggressive if provoked. Always be consistent when disciplining and don’t expect too much from them. Spaying/Neutering, bunny-proofing and providing plenty of toys often reduces undesirable behavior.

Rabbits need mental stimulation, keep them interested in their surroundings by allowing them to learn. Give them attention, safe things to chew on, and toys for mental stimulation, they’ll be less likely to chew on things they shouldn’t. Plus, watching them toss, shake, flip, fling and retrieve toys is very entertaining!