All-Natural Bunny Toys and Treats
Here’s a list of our most popular toys, treats, and supplies for rabbits, chinchillas, & guinea pigs! The quality natural ingredients we use make our products much more flavorful and interesting than commercially made alternatives, many of which rely heavily on dyes, sugar, and fat -- not exactly part of a healthy bunny diet! We have found that carefully drying greens and twigs grown organically on our Virginia farm produces intensely flavored toys and treats that bunnies adore. We're like a Farmers' Market for your bunny! No need to tell them our creations are good for them. The more they enjoy our toys, the less they will enjoy your furniture!
Ordering information: The easiest way to order is by phone, using a credit card, and we will ship your order within 3 business days. If you're in a hurry, ask about our rush shipping option. We use the post office and UPS for shipping, and the cost is usually whatever the carrier charges us plus $1 to $3 for packaging/insurance. The total shipping, handling, and insurance charge is usually $8.00 to $9.00 to most areas of Virginia, if the package does not contain food, litter, a pet-i-cure tile, or a playpen (please see information on shipping heavier items in the food & litter section). All items may be picked up at the Farm to avoid shipping costs; our hours are Mon-Sat 10 AM to 8 PM, Sunday noon to 6 PM. Thanks, and if you know any other bunny lovers, feel free to email them a link to this page!
Contact us with questions or orders at (804) 556-3377
An 8" section of "rope" made from oat grass, meadow hay, or rye twisted together.
Single stick 75¢ Bag of 8 sticks $5.75
Maypop Vine Hearts $2.75
Made from maypop vines, twisted and tied into a cute, edible 5" bunny toy.
Dried Okra Pods
A tasty, high-fiber bunny toy that sometimes rattles! We selected the best spineless okra variety we could find and dried each pod.
7" to 9" pods $1.75
Bag of eight 4" to 5" pods $6.75
Dried Maypops $2.75
These dried fruits are apparently fun to push around with your nose (if you’re a bunny). They come in a bag of 4 to 5 fruits that are about the size of a grape. The whole fruit is tasty, even the seeds.
12" Hanging Mobile $7.50
We handcraft these spherical toys in several sizes, from a variety of materials.
2" Cattail ball $2.75 6" Ryegrass $6.75
3" Kudzu vine $4.75 5" Kudzu vine $8.75
4" Meadow Ball $3.75
Dried Papaya and Pineapple
This tropical fruit makes a delicious treat for bunnies 3 months and older, but it also contains beneficial digestive enzymes. Feed long-haired rabbits one cube per day to help prevent the formation of hairballs.
Papaya: 3 oz $2.75 20 oz $9.75 11 lb bag of papaya spears: $44.00
Pineapple: 3 oz $2.50 20 oz $8.75 11 lb bag of pineapple chunks: $39.00
Maize or Rye Twist $1.75
Made from dried maize leaves or rye grass, please specify whichever your bunny prefers. Perfect for tossing and flipping. One of our most popular rabbit toys!
4" Chew Rings $1.75
Small bag $1.75 Quart-size bag $5.75
Grab Bags of Edible Toys
Bag of 12 $9.75 Bag of 30 $19.50
These huts will provide quite the challenge for even the most accomplished chewers! They are made of bunny-safe branches strung onto wires, so they can be bent into a "U" shape or a "V" shape. We make the small huts from 10" long twigs, the medium ones from sticks that are 12" long, and the large ones from 16" long sticks.
Small $19.75 Medium $24.75 Large $29.75
These 12" square mats can be placed on the floor of your rabbit's cage to act as padding for their feet. Mats are especially good for rabbits with rex fur, as the fur on their feet is thinner and shorter than it is with regular-coated rabbits.
Harnesses $8.00 - $10.75
Roller Toys $1.75 Each
1 lb Timothy/Alfalfa Hay Cubes $3.75
Made from a blend of compressed Timothy and Alfalfa, approximately half of each. Safe for baby animals. A low-calorie treat that is less messy than loose hay.
Chew Blocks 75¢
Bag of Chew Sticks $6.75
Good for rabbits, chinchillas, and guinea pigs, because their teeth grow continually, and chewing on wood will keep them worn down. To help stop rabbits from chewing furniture or baseboards, try spraying the areas that have been chewed with bitter spray (shown below) and place a fruit tree limb near the "scene of the crime" as an alternative. The fresh, unvarnished wood tastes a lot better to the bunny and he will usually leave the house alone. A variety of limbs are included, usually Jerusalem artichoke, apple, maple, pear, and thornless blackberry. One bag contains about 50 assorted limbs, each approximately 10" long.
Cord Protector 75¢ per foot
Finally, a way to stop rabbits from chewing electrical cords! Comes in any length you need; just slide the pre-slit tubing over any electrical cord that could be chewed. Useful for many types of pets.
8 oz. Bitter Spray $6.50
Rabbit Nail Clipping $5.00
Pro Trimmer $3.75
Pet-icure Tile $4.25
Collapsible Playpen $39.75
An easy-to-store wire playpen that keeps mischievous pets out of harm's way during playtime. The pen consists of eight sturdy, wire panels connected together. The playpen measures over 9 square feet by 30" tall when set up, and 18"x30" by 3" tall when collapsed. Setup is quick and easy; no tools required. Simply unfold the wire panels and connect the ends together with twist ties or small clips. Additional pens can be purchased and connected together to form one larger playpen.
Plastic Cage Mats $5.50
These sturdy plastic mats are 10" x 14.5". They have tabs that hook onto the floor wire to keep them in place. Additional colors are available.
Plastic Hay Hopper $4.25
This hay feeder clips onto the outside of a wire rabbit cage or playpen and keeps hay clean and off the floor. The rabbit (or guinea pig) will pull hay through the cage wire as it eats. Approximately 11" wide by 5" tall.
Timothy and Orchard Grass Hay Hay should be fed free-choice to rabbits of all ages, and is perfect for helping chubby bunnies lose weight, as it is very high in fiber and low in calories. Hay is also a good, healthy snack for chinchillas and guinea pigs, and wonderful nesting material for mother rabbits and all baby animals. Specify whether you want pure Timothy or Orchard grass hay, or a meadow blend with both types and some clover also.
Small sample bag (free) 4 pound bag $6.75 15 pound bag $15.00
Top-Fill Bottle $9.75
Automatic Feeder $9.00
Tray Liners $4.75
Pelleted Soy Litter
9 lbs. $6.75 18 lbs $9.75 25 lbs $11.50 50 lbs $18.75
About Shipping Heavier Items
We can ship 9 lbs of food or litter to all areas of Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, and DC for a shipping charge of $8.95 using a special box the Post Office is offering. Shipping on 18 lbs of food or litter is $9.85. Additional items can be sent along with the food, but unless they are small, it will raise the shipping cost by at least $6.
Shipping & handling for 25 lb bags is usually $19, and 50 lb bags are $28 per bag to VA, MD, NC, and DC. Additional lightweight items can usually be sent at little or no extra cost.
Bunny Care Instructions: Feed all fresh fruits and vegetables sparingly (1/4 cup per day for most) and only to rabbits that are at least four months old. Hay should be free-fed to all weaned rabbits, and don’t forget to put a chew block in the cage so the rabbit can wear down its teeth. Give a baby rabbit all the pellets it wants, and do not change its diet until it is an adult. If you do change brands of pellets, mix in the new kind gradually so that the rabbit can get used to the new feed slowly, and watch carefully to make sure the bunny is eating the new mix. Never feed gourmet rabbit food unless the rabbit is at least 4 months old and even then give only ½ tablespoon per day as a treat in addition to plain pellets and hay. With the proper pellet diet, salt licks aren’t beneficial. Never feed anything moldy. If a rabbit gets diarrhea, remove vegetables and immediately administer probiotics (see product above). Keep all rabbits, young or old, out of the sun at all times.
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|GOOD RABBIT TREATS |
Bananas (especially the brown ones)
Beans, if cooked (not castor beans)
Beets (both top and root of plant)
Blackberry bush leaves
Bread (especially dried-out bread)
Carrots (roots and tops)
Cereal (if low fat and low sugar)
Clovers (any but sweet clover)
Corn (grain, stalks, husks, and silk)
Fruit tree limbs (not the leaves)
Grass (pesticide free)
Jerusalem artichoke (all parts of plant)
Kohlrabi (all parts of plant)
Maple tree limbs (not leaves)
Millet (Foxtail and Japanese)
Rye, rye grass, and Italian rye grass
Sweet gum branches (not leaves)
Timothy grass, fresh or hay
Turnips (tops and roots)
Willow tree limbs
|BAD FOR RABBITS |
Chokecherry (leaves or pits)
Potatoes (leaves, sprouts, or peel)
Soybeans or soybean vines
Tomato leaves and sprouted seeds