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Forum HABITATS AND TOYS Oxbow toys safe?

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    • Moonlightbunny66
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      I know a lot of people like oxbow products. I’m wondering if these toys are safe. I believe the apple ones are just made from Timothy and rice glue? That’s what I found on the ingredients list along with jute which I think is the string. Has anyone used these toys? These are the ingredients.

      My mom picked these up for the bunnies and I’m pretty picky with rabbit toys. I usually just go for the Timothy hay toys, wood and stick toys. I’ve also given them a sea grass toy before.

      Pinky was advised no sugar by the vet due to his intestinal issues and I assume that includes anything weird as well.


    • Wick & Fable
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      I haven’t used these ones specifically, but they are considered rabbit safe. Rice glue is not toxic (it’s made of rice) and the quantity that’s used to compose these toys (in terms of rice content) is generally harmless, in my experience with toys that have used it. I would think they’re harmless, even for a rabbit with some intestinal issues. That being said, if you’re concerned, you can offer everything but the apple/pumpkin (?) shaped treats, as those are probably the ones that contain the rice glue, so that they stay formed.

      The answers provided in this discussion are for general guideline purposes only. The information is not intended to diagnose or treat your pet. Seek the advice of your veterinarian or a qualified behaviorist.


    • Moonlightbunny66
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      Thank you Wick!! I just try to be cautious.

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Forum HABITATS AND TOYS Oxbow toys safe?