A Must Have Rabbit Cage Accessory: Hay Racks


It is very important that your rabbit always has plenty of fresh hay at his disposal.  Hay is the healthiest food your rabbit could possibly eat.  Hay has tons of fiber which is great for your rabbit’s gastrointestinal track.    It also is packed with tons of essential nutrients.  Every type of grass hay is great for your rabbit (like Timothy, oat, and Bermuda).  However, Alfalfa hay is not as healthy for your rabbit.  This dark hay has too much calories and protein.  Just remember that the lighter the hay, the healthier it will be for your bunny.

Loose hay is more natural and therefore healthier for rabbits compared to compressed cubes of hay.  The only problem with loose hay is that it can cause a mess in your rabbit’s cage.  You can easily give your rabbit hay without the mess if you have hay racks.  Since hay is such an important aspect of your rabbit’s diet, it is VERY important that you have these hay racks.  Hay racks keep loose hay contained.  Another benefit to hay racks is that they keep hay clean because it prevents hay from being contaminated by waste that may be on your rabbit’s cage floor.

If you are looking for a classic metal hay rack, check out the Hay Manger with Salt Hanger for Small Animals.  It is designed to hook onto the side of your rabbit’s cage, which ensures the hay will always stay clean.  Also, the Hay Manger with Salt Hanger for Small Animals will keep the hay together and prevent it from making your rabbit’s cage messy.  If your rabbit likes salt, this hay rack has a hook for salt.

A cute hay dispenser that my rabbit loves is the Rollin the Hay Dispenser for Small Animals, pictured above.  The ball is 5.5 inches in diameter.  It spins as your rabbit eats the hay, making hay eating a fun treat!  You can use this hay rack for more than just rabbits.  If you have chinchillas or guinea pigs, the Rollin the Hay Dispenser for Small Animals would be perfect for them.

Rabbit Treat Dispensers are a Great Way to Feed Your Rabbit Treats


Rabbit treat dispensers are a great way to keep your rabbit’s treats off of the floor and help prevent the treats from becoming contaminated from rabbit waste.  Installing a treat dispenser in your rabbit’s cage is easy and quick and makes giving treats to your rabbit more convenient.  It allows your rabbit to nibble on a treat or chew at their leisure and helps to keep their cage cleaner and neater.  There are a variety of treat dispensers to choose from and you may want to install a few different types of treat dispensers in your rabbit’s cage to help keep your rabbit entertained when in the cage.

One of my favorite rabbit treat dispensers is the Treat-K-Bob Reusable Treat Dispensermade by Ware.  This treat dispenser is perfect for giving your rabbit a variety of wood or mineral chews to nibble on throughout the day.  The Ware pre-drilled mineral and wood chews fit easily on this dispenser and it makes giving your rabbit a variety of chews easy, while helping to keep them off the cage floor and cleaner.  Three free treats come with this treat dispenser and three to five treats may be stacked on the dispenser depending on the size of the treat.

Another great treat dispenser that is made especially for pre-drilled mineral and wood chews is the Super Pet Critter Ka-Bob Treat Dispenser for Small Animals.  This treat dispenser is six inches long and can hold a variety of wood and mineral chews at one time.  The top of the treat dispenser has a cute, little animal and is made to be easily attached to your pet’s wire cage.  A bell at the bottom lets you know when your rabbit is chewing on a treat and makes a fun sound that rabbit’s like to hear.

For more great treat dispensers that are convenient to use and help to keep the treats cleaner and healthier, check out RabbitMart for all of your rabbit’s needs!