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Forum HABITATS AND TOYS Elm and maple wood safe?

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    • Moonlightbunny66
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      Someone is selling little chopped up pieces of wood and I thought it would be fun for the bunnies to chew. They have elm and maple wood. Are these safe? I looked it up and it says they are but I wanna check with you guys.


    • TofuBunnyFooFoo
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      Maple wood is sale for rabbits, elm should be ok from what I’ve read but I would be extra carful with that one since it is not as popular of a pet wood.


    • Bam
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      Elm is listed as bunny safe. The leaves have been very popular with my buns.


    • Moonlightbunny66
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      Thanks guys!


    • Sarah
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      Hi, everyone

       

      I am wondering if there might be a list somewhere listing what branches need to be dried out prior to giving to your bunny to those that can be chewed anytime?

      I have Maple, Poplar, oak, and pine in my yard.

      also how long in a dehydrator would it take to make it safe to chew?  Hard question I know.

      I know my boy Loki loves Apple sticks!!!

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Forum HABITATS AND TOYS Elm and maple wood safe?