Rabbits like to explore many textures and toys at once, and you will need to be careful about the types of toys you provide. Make sure they are made of nontoxic materials because it is likely your rabbit will chew on them. Be certain there are no small pieces that may come loose and become a choking hazard. Also, if you are allowing your rabbit some play time outside the cage, use an exercise pen, and make sure he cannot access electrical cords, heating/cooling vents, wood furniture, or anything else that might be dangerous or off-limits in your home. (Remember, rabbits think those things are just as much fun as toys.)
Every few days, it's a good idea to rotate the toys you allow your rabbit to play with to add more variety. The following are some of the toy options that rabbits love to toss, dig at, explore, or chew, and you may already have some of these items around the house.
Be sure you always supervise your rabbit during playtime so he remains safe. When you offer your rabbit toys, you help alleviate boredom and strengthen the bond you have with your furry friend.