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  • NickiM
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     My bun does not seem to really like to play i have given him a couple different toys. He enjoys sniffing everything! and finds this fun. He enjoys to be petted however not picked up. He is a major sweet heart and I need ideas to get him excersise so he can stay healthy



    katie, max & penny
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    mine is the same way. i built him a little obstacle course for him to run and sniff and he really enjoys it.



    skibunny8503
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    My rabbits never cared for toys, especially Archie.  I would buy toys but he’d just let them sit there and collect fur.  I think one of the best things is a cardboard box with just a hole in it.  My rabbits love to dig in them and chew them up.  Mine also loved the cotton tale cottage from the Binkybunny store; Archie went up the ramps, watched tv with us from the top and chewed the cardboard up.  Or course after awhile you have to buy a new one because SOMEONE had to chew it apart   And a recent toy I discovered that they both absolutely love is the Treat Ball from Foster & Smith http://www.drsfostersmith.com/product/prod_display.cfm  I usually put a little bit of pellets in it and maybe a raisin or two.  They go crazy for it!  Archie even loves just rolling it along really fast.  He either doesn’t care that treats comes out and enjoys rolling the ball or he’s just helping Gracie out as she follows him and eats all the treats trailing behind him



    bunnytowne
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    the ball I bet Ruby and Cotton would love that.  Ohhhh boy I think I know what my bunnies are going to get for july.


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