4 Essential Items For Your Rabbit

Those of us lucky enough to call ourselves rabbit owners know that keeping them happy and healthy takes a bit of work. We need to not only give them endless love and care, but we also provide them with the essential items they need to prosper. So what are the must-have items we should have on hand to take optimal care of our bunnies? Below, you’ll find 4 of the most important items all rabbit owners need

Chew Sticks

rabbit chew sticks

One item you may not yet own but your rabbit will be sure to love are rabbit chew sticks. They are made with 100% natural sea grass grown in Vietnam, making them a delicious treat that’s free of both additives and preservatives. If you’ve been giving your rabbit unnatural treats, it may come as a surprise to learn that there’s a natural alternative that is not only tasty, but also healthy for your rabbit to chew on.

Chew sticks make a fantastic alternative to other treats because their high fiber and low protein content help your bunny’s digestion. What’s more, they prevent your bunny from overeating and also give them a new form of stimulation. As you can see, there’s a lot chew sticks can offer your rabbit which make them a must-have item.

High-Quality Rabbit Litter

Just like you wouldn’t use any old dog or cat litter, you should also be discerning about the litter you use for your rabbit. It may seem like a trivial consideration, but buying high-quality litter will make a considerable difference. As Angela Stringfellow from Pet Life Today points out, there are a number of considerations to keep in mind when choosing the right litter for your bunny.

“Look for rabbit litter that not only has odor-controlling qualities, but is also friendly for the environment and your wallet,” Stringfellow advises. “There are a number of non-toxic options on the market that are made with materials that won’t harm the environment, plus will last for much longer than cheaper choices.” It’s also important to get a rabbit litter box to put the litter in that not only is functional, but looks great too. “Litter boxes can sometimes look unsightly, so make sure to pick one that is keeping with your home’s aesthetics,” advises Ashley Baskin from Home Life Digest.

Pet Mat

If your rabbit simply sleeps in their plastic or wire cage without any padding, it’s time to finally upgrade their sleeping quarters. Neither of these options is comfortable for your rabbit, which may mean that they’re not getting the quality rest they need to stay happy and healthy. We recommend placing one of Made Terra’s best-selling seagrass pet mats in their cage so they can get night after night of peaceful sleep.

rabbit mat

Like chew toys, the Made Terra pet mats are made out of natural sea grass. This means that you can rest assured that you’re making an eco-friendly purchase that benefits both your rabbit and the environment. The pet mats are a hit with rabbits because they provide a comfortable and cozy place to catch some z’s after a long day. Of course, they’ll enjoy playing and relaxing on it too, and they can even chew on it if they’re feeling a bit peckish. As you can see, when it comes to multi-functional items for your rabbit, it’s certainly hard to beat!

Grooming Tools

If you’re tired of your bunny’s fur getting absolutely everywhere, you should make sure to have the right grooming tools at your disposal. A quality rabbit brush or comb will do the trick—so long as you actually use it on the regular! Brushing or combing your rabbit will not only ensure your house stays free of excess rabbit hair, it will also keep your rabbit’s coat healthy and shiny. What’s more, doing so gives you the chance to spot any problems with their skin such as scratches, lumps, or insect bites.

Another key grooming tool all rabbit owners should have is a good pair of rabbit nail clippers. While you can always go to the vet to get their nails clipped, these visits can quickly add up. It’s vital to clip your rabbit’s nails before they get too long or your rabbit may have to endure a painful broken nail or even an infection. The RSPCA advises that it’s vital to get your rabbit used to the process trimmed from an early age, so it’s definitely worth investing in a pair of nail clippers.


As you’ve now discovered, there are a handful of items that are essential to have on hand in order to maintain your rabbit’s health and wellbeing. If you don’t yet have one or more of these items, putting them on your to-buy list is essential. After all, as a rabbit owner, there’s nothing more important than keeping them in optimal health!


  • Alex

    Hi, my name is Alex Ng, a painter, nature lover and craftsman. I make handmade home goods as side hustle. I love to share my passion and lessons when practicing an eco-friendly and healthy lifestyle.

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