Scratching / Digging toys

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EmilyJayneHarlow

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Has anyone got any ideas for any scratching / digging toys? My Rabbit keeps chewing and scratching at my carpet, then eventually sometimes pees on it!
I've tried a card board box with shredded newspaper but he doesn't use it.
 

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You could cut up cereal boxes and lay those pieces on the carpet. Another option is laying blankets down on the carpet. This is what I did for a while and while it isn't very pretty, it worked.
 

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You could try picking up an Ikea Hol, cutting a couple entrances, and filling it with newspaper, towels, beds, or what have you.

The Hol wood material is very chew-friendly, making the enclosure a good hideaway, contained digging station, and chew toy :)

Small Pet Select in the US makes some digging/chewing toys, but I don't know if they ship to the UK.
 

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Has anyone got any ideas for any scratching / digging toys? My Rabbit keeps chewing and scratching at my carpet, then eventually sometimes pees on it!
I've tried a card board box with shredded newspaper but he doesn't use it.
You can go to Petco dot com and order their Timothy Hay mats. Its a woven scratching mat bunnies can lay on, dig on & even eat if they want. I think theyre around $6.99 & they will ship anywhere in the US.
 

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There's always a branch of willow, hazel, forsythia, apple, ash etc. under my kitchen table, at least it keeps them occupied for some time (mostly during the night) and from chewing other things.
 
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