The 7 Best Rabbit Toys of 2021

Keep your bunny entertained with these enriching toys

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Rabbit Toys

The Spruce / Chloe Jeong

Our Top Picks
These sticks are a great basic to have on hand, and are a great pick for even the most aggressive of chewers.
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This willow branch ball encourages chewing while also doubling as a fun push toy that your bunny can chase and roll.
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Best for Climbing:
Kaytee Lava Ledge at Chewy
This pumice has a variety of uses: beyond the obvious (chewing), it also files your rabbits nails and can be used for climbing.
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Best Interactive:
Niteangel Treat Ball at Amazon
A brightly colored ball with an adjustable opening for treats, which fall out with movement and encourage even more active play.
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Best for Mental Stimulation:
Living World Teach N Treat Toy at Amazon
Perfect for active rabbits, this food puzzle encourages critical thinking and natural foraging.
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Reviewers love that you can bend this tunnel into different shapes; some even purchase two tunnels for an extra-long play area.
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This inexpensive toy can be hung on your rabbit's cage and can be easily replaced once your rabbit has chewed through it.
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Best Overall: Kaytee Apple Orchard Sticks Small Animal Treats, 10 Count

Kaytee Apple Orchard Sticks

Rabbits love to chew, so when it comes to finding the right toy to keep your rabbit busy, start with appeasing that desire. The Kaytee Apple Orchard Sticks are a must for any rabbit owner and will appeal to nearly any rabbit.

These all-natural wood chews will help prevent boredom and keep your pet’s teeth healthy. Every package comes with ten 3-inch sticks made from real apple trees. Owners love that they are a good pick for even the most aggressive chewers and many say they even pick them over other chewing options.

Best for Chewing: Ware Manufacturing Willow Branch Ball for Small Animals

If you’re sensing a chewing trend, it’s because rabbits really, really love to chew. We love the Ware Manufacturing Willow Branch Ball because it encourages chewing while keeping your rabbit entertained as they nudge and push this branch ball around. It’s made from all-natural willow and measures 4 inches around. It's available in single packs as well as packs of three.

The tightly woven design allows the ball to last for a long time, even with aggressive chewers. It’s the perfect size for pushing and playing, but it's small enough to fit in most rabbit cages. Reviewers like that it occupies even the most active rabbits, though some owners remark that they wish it lasted a bit longer.

Best for Climbing: Kaytee Lava Ledge Small Animal Toy

Kaytee Lava Ledge

If your rabbit likes climbing, they’ll probably be a fan of the Kaytee Lava Ledge. The pumice is safe for chewing and is coated with pet-safe food coloring, so it's totally safe for your pet. The hard texture cleans your rabbit’s teeth and helps file sharp nails down

This pumice rock toy attaches to the side of your rabbit’s cage, giving your rabbit a climbing surface and encouraging jumping exercise. While larger rabbits may not fit on the pumice to climb or jump, they will certainly love to chew on it or pop their front paws up on it to balance.

Best Interactive: Niteangel Treat Ball

If you are looking for a way to encourage your food-motivated rabbit to get a little more exercise, consider the Niteangel Treat Ball. This ball has an adjustable opening for treats, allowing you to fill it with your rabbit’s favorite kibble or treat. When they roll it around, the treats will fall out, encouraging even more active play. These treat balls are a great way to wear out active rabbits and give them food motivation if they aren’t usually into play. 

Reviewers say their rabbits will spend hours rolling the Niteangel Treat Ball around and digging for treats. Some do note that due to the small holes, cleaning can be difficult, but many reviewers just swap them out when they get gross and only use the toy for dry treats. 

Best for Mental Stimulation: Living World Teach N Treat Toy

For those with extremely curious rabbits, a toy like Living World Teach N Treat Small Animal Toy is a great choice. This food puzzle is great for wearing out your rabbit and encouraging critical thinking. It encourages natural foraging and keeps your rabbit active and alert. The puzzle is a 10-inch square and holds eight treats in hidden compartments. It has three levels of difficulty so you can advance your rabbit as they gets better and better at the toy, so smart bunnies can continue to be challenged, even after they figure out the first two steps. 

Owners say this interactive toy can keep active and curious rabbits entertained for hours on end. Some very clever rabbits figured the toy out quickly, but for most it's a challenge that keeps them engaged.

Best Tunnel: WARE Fun Tunnel Play Tube Small Animal Toy

WARE Tunnel

Tunnels offer another great way to exercise your pet, and our favorite is the WARE Fun Tunnel for Small Animals. This washable, stain-resistant, odor-resistant tunnel measures 30 inches by 8 inches, and is made of safe, non-toxic plastic.

The flexible design allows you to mold and shape the tunnel to keep things interesting for your bunny (or fit inside their cage). It also helps satisfy your pet’s natural instinct to burrow, and provides a sense of safety and security while helping to curb boredom. Customers say that the plastic is easy to clean, and some reviewers have even purchased two tunnels to create an extra-long play area.

Best Budget: Kaytee Perfect Chews for Rabbits

Sometimes the best toys are the ones you can afford to buy frequently, even when your bunny tears through them. The Kaytee Perfect Chews for Rabbits costs just a couple dollars and is a great toy to have on hand for your energetic rabbits. This kabob toy is made up of wooden balls, a log, wooden carrots, and a wooden block. It hangs on your rabbit’s cage and can be easily discarded once it’s been chewed through. 

Reviewers love that this hanging chew toy is enticing and appealing even to picky rabbits. Many owners say they always keep one on hand and that they last a few weeks before they need to be replaced.

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