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Thank you so much for the suggestions!
Unfortunately, there aren't any willow trees around my area. He doesn't chew any of the willow toys I got him off of Amazon either. He eats lots of hay though. I have a water and pellet feeder in there too. I'll try the stuffed toilet rolls and see where it goes.
Posted By Stormybun on 1/12/2017 7:59 PM
I tried this for my rabbit, and it seemed to work. Boil some water on the stove top, once it gets bubbly and hot, pour the water into a large glass bowl and put a few pieces of fruit in the water. Let them set for a minute and use a fork to smash them up (berries are the easiest). Put chew stick in the water and let it set till the water is room temperature. The stick should have a fruit-like flavor, tempting Butter to chew it.
What a great idea, Stormy! I love it. I am going to give that a try, just to see how my bun reacts lol
Edit: Just spotted another post of yours that says you have two buns so ignore what I wrote ^ ^