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Forum HABITATS AND TOYS Safe Chews/Toys – Palm Tree Leaves RE: Safe Chews/Toys – Palm Tree Leaves


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Sorry no one got to this sooner!
I’ve done a little research and it appears that most palms are safe for rabbits, except for a ‘sago palm.’ If you can identify the exact type of trees by your house, it may be easier to research. As for the toys, if they are from a credible seller, such as BB here, you should be fine. I have given my bunnies palm leaves I picked myself, just make sure they are clean and pesticide free and that you let them dry out completely first.
Blackberry/raspberry, grape and rose vines are fine for bunnies, though I’m not quite sure what the pre-made toys are made out of. You can call the company.