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My girls love toilet paper/paper towel rolls. They have them in their houses and then we keep them around the house for them to chew. They also love to chew on brown paper bags and paper they steal out of the office trash can. We also keep stacks of old magazines/catalogs for them to shred.
Now that we keep plenty of stuff for them to chew on around the house i never seem them chew on anything they arent supposed to. Of course the house has stuff everywhere we have to pick up when company comes over but it has saved our furniture and carpets.
You can buy popsicle sticks at www.orientaltrading.com under giant craft sticks. But i dont know anything about flavoring them. You can also find the sticks at www.ssww.com .
Hope this helps!
aww cool i want try the flavored popsical sticks lol
My own rabbits ignored the flavored popsicle sticks for awhile but eventually started chewing on them.
My shelter buns loved them immediately! I hang them in their cage with raffia so its a hanging toy and the popsicle sticks dont get lost in their cage. That way they can chew on it without losing it.
Does your bunny like to chew on phonebooks or cardboard boxes? I'll have to check out "lava bites" - never heard of them.
Hi! I checked out lava bites - but I couldn't find out what they were made of, it just said "natural minerals" though one site said they were actually made of lava...but that was just one site and that sounded a little strange...has anyone else used these before? It looks like they are designed primarily for chinchillas, but can be for other small animals too.
I have seen them in all the big pet stores but never bought them myself. My rabbits are so picky they never seem to approve of the store bought toys and treats.
I use the large popsicle sticks and the normal size. I flavor them and my buns and my shelter buns all love them.