Bundle of Willow
This bundle of willow sticks is approx 11 L x 1.5 W. Bound together with thin unpeeled willow sticks bundled on each end with willow. Averages around 16 sticks per bundle. Give the full bundle to your pet and let them have fun taking it apart.
Rabbits teeth are constantly growing. Chewing willow sticks helps promote good dental health. These make great boredom busters especially if strategically placed. Some bunnies go at them even if they are just lying on the floor, but others prefer them secured so they can get a good grip. For bunnies that prefer a challenge, hang them with sisal or some other bunny safe twine from the top of pens and cages.
From Anonymous of West Bend, Wisconsin on 1/31/2016.
My bunnies really don't care for these sticks
From kimberly_pdx of Portland, Oregon on 12/21/2014.
New treats/toys are received by my buns with mixed results but the bundle of willow is a trusty favorite. I like that this treat is long enough that both of my buns can nibble on it at the same time!
A treat that lasts
From Jacqui of New Orleans, Louisiana on 10/13/2014.
I love this bundle for my bunnies. Once they chew apart the wrapping, they go after the twigs. I find the twigs about the house in favorite napping spots, and I am not the one moving them there!
Great chewing sticks
From Anonymous of Troy, Illinois on 3/5/2014.
We bought a candy cane shaped willow bundle at Christmas, and our bunny spent alot of time chewing it and taking it apart. We are trying this willow bundle, thinking he will do the same with it. It is a nice size, and when it comes apart, each stick is a good size for chewing.
Bun doesn't really like it
From Samantha <3 Bunnies of Singapore, Singapore on 12/7/2011.
Bunny only chewed away a teeny portion & one of the willow stick tied around the bundle.
A snack and a toy in 1
From lisa konet of madison, Connecticut on 10/9/2011.
The first time I got the stick bundle for my buns I wasnt so sure it would be a hit. They just kinda batted it around at first. THEN the real fun started when they stalked it, pounced on it and discovered it was edible. After that they chewed off the part that kept the sticks in a bundle, then they . . .
From Melissa O. of Ann Arbor, Michigan on 10/4/2011.
Wish this was a thicker bundle; it was gone in a hour!
bunny doesnt like this
From Ann of Wailuku, Hawaii on 7/8/2011.
dont know why
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