Just like cats and dogs, pet rabbits need a variety of quality, engaging toys to keep them physically active and mentally stimulated. Not sure where to start? Not to worry! From satisfying chew toys to exciting puzzles to snuggly hideouts, we rounded up the best rabbit toys based on sales, customer ratings and expert input. Now let's hop to it!
Best Rabbit Chew ToyOxbow Apple Stick Bundle Small Animal Chew Toy $6 at Chewy.com
Best Treat Dispenser Rabbit ToyOxbow Enriched Life Rolly Teaser Rabbit Toy $19 at Chewy.com
Best Rabbit Ball ToyNaturals by Rosewood Trio of Balls $6 at Chewy.com
Best Rabbit Puzzle ToyLiving World Teach N Treat Small Animal Toy $26 at Chewy.com
Best Rabbit Toss ToyKaytee Woven Carrot Toss Small Pet Toy $5 at Chewy.com
Best Rabbit Chew Toy
My bunnies love these!
I have 4 bunnies and 3 of them love to chew. They love these. My one that isn't a big chewer nibbles on them but doesn't find them as exciting as the others. They don't last long but my bunnies seem to think they're an entertaining treat.
My 2 bunnies love these sticks! They like to chew the bark off. I also use the sticks to play with them They like grabbing it out of my hand and tossing on the floor.
My bunny Peppermint loves these apple sticks. I break them in half and she eats the bark off them. A good chew toy.
Best Treat Dispenser Rabbit Toy
My bunny figured out how to use this in no time. The only downfall was he decided to bite at the lid and bite the little plastic lock pieces off so the lid was trashed, therefore he dumped all his pellets all over, lol. He's a sneaky one, but it's a great item.
Product is great
My bunny loves this toy. Great quality. She plays with this toy everyday and figured out how to get the treats out.
my bunnies love it!
i put a bit of their daily pellets in here and they go crazy! they love it so much and have so much fun trying to get the pellets out, my only complaint is that i wish it was a little more bottom heavy so it could stay upright, my bunnies get so into it they flip it all the time and then they can’t get more out until i help them put it back right side up. overall though it’s great and my bunnies and i are very happy with it
Best Rabbit Ball Toy
piggies loved these
My guinea pigs loved these toys, they didn’t last too long only because they played with them so often! They were good quality and I will definitely be ordering more for them:)
will be getting more
My one rabbit loves these Cherity Tortura mob the other one not so much but he is still baby so maybe he’ll start liking them soon.
Large long lasting toy
These toys are bigger than I expected but that's a-okay! They survive my destructive chinchilla for more than a week which is highly impressive.
Best Rabbit Puzzle Toy
We got several enrichment items and haven’t got a chance to try this for the rabbits but tested it on the cats first and they are really enjoying it.
Bunny loved it!
It took my bunny about a week to get through all levels, but I LOVE how this has levels for them to work up to! My bunny loves this and one of the levels (just the one with the plastic disc in it) keeps him occupied for quite a while and he doesn’t immediately beat it...so it keeps him busy! I bought this after I saw it recommended as one of the top bunny toys and I am glad I did. I wish they made other toys!
Such a fun toy!
This is so fun to put raisins in! It really shows you how smart your rabbit can be. They learn how to move the parts to retrieve the treat! So cool and very sturdy and good quaity
Best Rabbit Toss Toy
Great bunny chew
My bunnies loves this toy--the "greens" are pulled out almost immediately. They love to toss it back forth between themselves!
My 8 week old rabbit loves this toy! He enjoys nibbling on it and eating the Timothy! Will buy another when he eats it completely! Very durable!
Best Rabbit Foraging Toy
my bunny’s favorite toy
my bunny is obsessed with this toy!! i fill it with hay and throw in a few pellets. she comes running when she hears me filling it!
Neat toy for bunny.
I was really surprised this thing was as large and heavy as it was. It is a real terra cotta pot about the size of my fist. It has substantial weight to it. I took the wooden hook off and used a small carabiner clip to attach it to my rabbit’s wooden play table. I dropped a couple of snacks inside and he quickly got the idea. He has banged and clanged, tugged, scratched and flung this all around. It provided a challenge without being overly difficult for him. It’s provided some exercise as he’s went at it from several directions. It took about ten minutes for him to clear out a few pellets and two meadow loops. This is a noisy toy as...
Great for curious chinchillas!
I have two chinchillas, and they are both a bit picky when it comes to toys. When I put this in their home they were both immediately curious! It's a great place to put treats for them to find. Plus the wood top gives them something to chew if they don't want the treats! Both of my picky goofballs loved chewing on the wood, and it was fun watching them figure out how to get the treats inside!
Best Rabbit Tunnel Toy
Must Have for Guinea Pigs
My guinea pigs love this tunnel, not just for playing, but for sleeping too. Yes, they do "go" in it, so what I do is shake out the poo and either wipe with a paper towel or leave in the sun for a bit. It's worth the effort.
My Guinea pig loved this tunnel!
My Guinea pig recently passed away, but while he was with us he absolutely loved this tunnel! I bought 3 in total because he loved them so much. The fuzzy fabric on the inside kept him nice and warm, I would find him pancaking during his daily naps often in this great tunnel
My mini rex bunnies loved this from first sight. They play chase. Sleep in it. And haven't yet tried to eat it.
Best Rabbit Hideaway Toy
A great guinea pig hideout
Well the pigs love it and hide in it and chew it apart with great relish. It takes three weeks for everything to come unwound.
Our little bunnies play with this and chew on it/eat it. It keeps them busy and they don't chew on other stuff they shouldn't.
This isn't their first timothy tunnel, and Oxbow is a very good brand. My piggies incorporate this tunnel into their zoomies, and chew it until it's destroyed. I just have to add a waterproof liner to the bottom because they pee in it. If Oxbow would make one like this that's an open-bottomed arch, that would be awesome.
Playful, sweet and curious, rabbits enjoy (and need!) a variety of species-appropriate toys. By providing your pet with playthings that encourage natural behaviors, you’ll help them live their happiest, healthiest, bunny-est life. Now go have some fun, buns!
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