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Forum HABITATS AND TOYS flavor toys

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    • Cinnimon&Ollie
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      I have seen some flavored wooden toys flavored like apples, bananas, or berries. Can you make those at home? I have lots of wooden toys for them that they show no interest in, and I think they would if they were flavored.


    • ParsleyBun
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      You could cut sugar maple or silver maple or any kind or apple wood and soak it in fruit juice. It might be hard to squeeze the juice out, but it’s something to try if you have the time.


    • Cinnimon&Ollie
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      Does it have to be apple wood?


      • ParsleyBun
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        If you started from scratch with your own wood you cut from a tree, it could be any bun safe wood. Or you could just soak the toys they already have.


    • DanaNM
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      Hmmm, this is an interesting idea!

      I imagine you could…. if you dried them well enough? I think the main concern would be mold forming if the sugar content or moisture was too high? Maybe soaking in a really dilute solution and then drying in a low oven?

      If you end up trying it out let us know!

      I think any bunny-safe wood would be OK.

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Forum HABITATS AND TOYS flavor toys