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I'm going to home depoit to buy few small unfinished woods for my bunny to chew on. He refuse to chew on things I provided. I guess it is time for me to get woods for him.
I rather to get cylinder wood because I'm afraid that if he will swallow the leftover pieces of square woods.
I remembered that someone mentioned that redwood or something like that are toxic to bunnies?
Anything else to inform me before I'll buy woods for bunny?
I don't want to buy woods that arent healthy to my bunny.
My bunnies love apple branches- but you need to find a someone with a tree that they do not treat or spray. My Grandmothers farm has an orchard and when we go there I fill pillowcases with fresh cut branches- leave them in the bags to dry- and then after they are dry and the leaves have fallen off- I cut them into more manageable pieces-about 6 inches or so and store them in a cardboard box.
My bunnies chew all of the bark off unless it is close to knob in the branch that they can't get their teeth into- within a day- the piece will be naked- and it makes a little bit a brown, fine sawdust. But they LOVE them.