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I also recommend the tractor supply pellets.

As a side note, increased drinking/peeing can be related to other things aside from boredom, so make sure to monitor if it may actually be a sign of some sort of ailment, like teeth discomfort.

Also, it is actually very positive that your rabbit is “ruining” toys — most rabbit toys are consumable and ruining them means she’s engaging with them to get energy out. As owners, we need to make sure we have a regular supply so our rabbits can consistently have that engagement.

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