Rabbits enjoy chewing and exploring. Since these animals are naturally curious, they need toys to help keep them mentally and physically stimulated. If they do not have something to explore, boredom will set in.
So we are here with reviews of the best toys for rabbits you can get for your pet so that they won’t get bored!
Safety was one of our top priorities when making our list of best toys for rabbits. This is because certain toys can actually be hazardous for them.
They can be dangerous either because they contain toxic materials or because they have small pieces that your rabbit might choke on while playing.
We also chose the toys based on their ease of use and how much they will last. Without further talk, let’s some of these great rabbit toys!
10. Trixie Snack Board Logic Toy
Ideal for: Rabbits, guinea pigs, and other small pets
This logic toy features seven different plastic lids. You use them to hide your rabbit’s favorite treats inside the lids, so that he or she can find them.
Not sure what to place inside? For example, you can fill the holes with dried papaya, apple slices, or blueberries (and other food your rabbit can safely eat).
You can also use this logic toy to shape and train your rabbit’s mind and skills.
- Comes with a rubber ring around the bottom for added stability
- Great for first time rabbit owners
- Simple way to exercise your rabbit’s mind
- Slightly expensive compared to other rabbit toys
- Some rabbits have a hard time getting the food from the slots
9. Ware Manufacturing Willow Branch Ball
Ideal for: Critters that like to chew
Simple as it might seem, this branch ball is one of the best toys for rabbits on the market nowadays. To begin with, it helps alleviate cage boredom.
This ball toy is made of natural willow – this makes it safe for rabbits to munch on while playing.
Also, this branch ball will keep your rabbit’s teeth clean and healthy. Simple to use, Ware’s toy will keep your pet entertained even when you are too busy to play with it.
- Made of all-natural willow
- Also available in packs of three or five
- Encourages healthy, playful activity
- The ball might unravel – you will have to clean up remnants of willow if/when this happens
8. Bunny Blast Yucca Chew Toy
Ideal for: Bunnies that like to chew
This item is one of the best toys for rabbits that really like to chew on things (ideally not your belongings). As expected, it can also keep them entertained for hours!
Your bunny can roll the toy, toss it around, and of course, chew on it.
Bunny Blast’s rolling chew toy is made with dried yucca that is safe for your pet to eat. Since this chew toy contains all-natural ingredients, it is even environmentally safe!
- 100% biodegradable
- Perfect for pets that like to nibble on things
- Made from all-natural dried yucca
- Does not splinter
- Might make a bit of a mess
- Not all bunnies find it appealing
7. Kaytee Natural Pumice and Wood Hanging Toy
Ideal for: Rabbits and chinchillas
Rabbits love this chew toy because it allows them to play with both volcanic pumice rock and natural wood pieces.
This comes with the double advantage that both the volcanic rock and the wood pieces will help keep your rabbit’s teeth clean.
This toy comes with a hook so that you can hang it inside your rabbit’s enclosure or anywhere you want to, for that matter.
- Features a natural wood hook (for hanging purposes)
- Combines both volcanic pumice rock and natural wood chunks
- The hook may not fit all rabbit enclosures
- You might have to clean up some lava dust (from the pumice rocks)
Suggested Read: Haven’t found the perfect enclosure yet? Then check out this list of best rabbit enclosures and pick the right one for your pet!
6. Interpet Limited Tropical Fiddle Sticks
Ideal for: Rabbits, ferrets, and other small creatures that want a natural hiding spot
One of the best things about these tropical fiddle sticks from Interpet? You can bend and shape them in various ways.
People often use them to create a log cave or a stairway. Additionally, your rabbit can use them to create a cozy place for them to sleep in or on.
Besides these, these fiddle sticks will also satisfy your rabbit’s natural chewing instincts.
The sticks are 9.62-inches long and 11.87-inches wide.
- Malleable and ease to shape and use in different ways
- Sturdy and durable
- These brightly colored sticks are safe to chew on
- May take up quite a lot of room in an enclosure
- The wood might splinter
5. Prevue Hendryx 1098 Nature’s Hideaway Grass Tunnel Toy
Ideal for: Dwarf rabbits
Rabbits have a natural instinct to burrow and explore and thanks to this grass tunnel, they can do just that (and have fun while doing it)!
They can also use this tunnel toy as a hideaway.
The tunnel is 13.5 inches long and is made of hand-woven grass.
You can also safely let your pet rabbit chew on the tunnel all he or she likes because the grass is all-natural.
- Made from natural couch grass
- Safe for your pet to chew on
- Handwoven – this ensures its sturdiness
- Features three exit points
- Only tiny rabbits can fit into the tunnel, so take that into account!
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4. Peters Woven Grass Play Ball
Ideal for: Rabbits of any size
This woven grass play ball is as simple as it gets, yet it can keep your rabbit entertained for hours!
Also, it is just 5 x 6 x 9 inches, so it won’t take up too much room either. That said, it is still tall enough for your rabbit to push around and have fun with.
Peters ball toy is made of woven grass – so your pet can safely chew on it too, of course!
- Made of natural grass
- Available in a two-pack too
- Simple but effective form of entertainment
- Your rabbit might make a mess because of it
- Hollow inside – some might not like it
3. Happy Rabbit Toys “The Tree” Pet Rabbit Toy
Ideal for: Rabbits that have free range
Happy Rabbit Toys’ toy is around eight inches tall and resembles a tree. This helps it stand on its own. As such, you won’t need any hooks to hang it and you can place it wherever you want.
You can place this toy both in and outside of an enclosure, whichever helps keep your rabbit busy and entertained.
This “tree” also features different toys that your rabbit can chew on.
- Constructed out of non-toxic wood
- Made in the USA
- Non-toxic coloring – safe to chew on
- Slightly expensive when compared to other toys
- Could be more durable
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2. Timali Pet Rabbit Toys Mini Activity Zone Rabbit Toy
Ideal for: Rabbits that weigh up to 3 lbs
This mini activity zone is one of the best toys for rabbits that weigh three pounds, but not more. Your rabbit can play either under it or on top of it.
This activity zone also features toys for your rabbit to play with and chew on.
You can either place the activity zone inside a rabbit cage or leave it in the open for when your bunny is roaming free.
- Made from non-toxic wood
- Non-toxic coloring used in making it
- Made in the USA
- More expensive than other rabbit toys
- Some rabbits don’t seem to get the hang of using it
1. Prosper Pet Cat Tunnel – Collapsible 3 Way Play Toy
Prosper Pet is here with a collapsible tunnel toy that features three spacious entryways. Its being collapsible also makes it easy to store and portable as well.
This toy is made of tear-resistant materials and has a steel frame – that means that it is both durable and sturdy.
Another great thing about it is that you can wash this toy when it gets a bit (or too) dirty.
Your rabbit can roam these tunnels for exercise and amuse itself while doing so.
- Swinging bell toy included in the package
- Made from polyester material – which means it won’t collect fur
- Has a peephole in the middle of the tunnels
- Steel frame so the tunnels won’t lose their shape
- Crinkly material in one tunnel – some rabbit owners may find it annoying
- The toy may be too big for your rabbit’s enclosure
So there you have it, this was our top of the best toys for rabbits you can get for your pet, list that includes everything from ball to tunnel toys.
Also, we recommend going for more than one new toy for your rabbit. This way, you’ll have a spare or another option for when your pet gets bored of playing with the same item.
If you have any suggestions about other rabbit toys that are not on this list, do let us know, we’d love to hear your thoughts and opinions!
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Roxane is a self-professed animal lover that has had her fair share of companions. From the tender age of 5 till now, she’s had cats, dogs, rabbits, bunnies, turtles, fish, hamsters, guinea pigs, and even a chicken and rooster pair. With such a vast experience, it’s no wonder she’s written and will continue writing about the best toys and accessories for various pets.