Green toys for rabbits, goats and other pets are among the best choices, according to a new study published in the journal Science.
It says the toys are effective and safe for both people and pets.
The study, conducted by the University of Texas at Austin and The University of California at Berkeley, looked at more than 100 toys for pets and human companions that were tested by more than 5,000 pets and people.
The results were similar for the toys’ effectiveness and safety.
The toys, which can range from a few inches in diameter to as much as eight feet long, are used to make playtime easier for people, but are also used for feeding and other tasks.
The research suggests the toys might not be the best choice for every pet, and that the same toys are also safe for rabbits and other animals, too.
“We know that the average person who plays with them is likely to be healthier and less likely to have heart disease, stroke, cancer, and other health problems, than those who don’t,” said lead author Daniel T. Cramer, a professor of animal behavior at the University at Austin.
“So these toys are probably good for some people, and not necessarily for others.
But we don’t know if that’s because they’re safer than other toys or because they are better for some pets than others.”
The study also looked at the toys for the first time, and found that all of the toys tested showed positive tests for the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), including three that tested positive for it, according the study.
The most commonly tested toys were the Rabbit Bamboo Toys, which have a diameter of up to 4.5 inches and a weight of about 2 pounds.
The company behind the Rabbit Toys, the Animal Health Products Association, has been testing the toys and says they are 100 percent safe.
“It is extremely important to use our products responsibly, as they are very effective for reducing the risk of infectious diseases,” the company said in a statement.
The rabbits’ and goats’ toys also tested positive on a range of tests.
The Rabbits’ Bamboo and Goat’s Toys tested positive in tests conducted on mice and rabbits.
The Rabbit Basket Toys tested negative on tests on rats and hamsters.
The other toys tested positive to the virus and did not pass the tests.
“The Rabbit Baskets are the most common rabbit toys tested,” the Rabbit Health Product Association said in the statement.
“Rabbits can be difficult to care for.
Rabbits and goats can be very aggressive and may bite or be aggressive toward people and objects.
These toys can be dangerous to pets.”
Cramer and colleagues say they are confident that the RabbitBasket and RabbitBamboo toys are safe for people.
“Most of these toys have a safety label on them and are labeled to indicate they are safe to use for people,” Cramer said.
The report also looked into other types of toys and found some of them were safer for people and some were not.
The green toys tested negative in tests on mice, rats and pigs.
But the blue and pink toys, for example, were tested positive and passed tests on all of them.
The researchers found that the toys were more safe for humans than the other toys.
For example, the blue toy had a positive test for the virus, but the test showed that it was not the virus that caused the animals’ health problems.
“If you put all the toys together and you are looking at one toy, it’s the same, it has the same number of positive tests,” Cramers said.
“And then you’re just taking the number of negative tests and you’re taking the positive test and you add it up and that’s how you’re looking at it.”
The results also suggest that there are some other safety measures to consider, too, such as avoiding exposure to certain parts of the environment, and avoiding toys that contain chemicals such as polystyrene, a plastics material used in toys that is highly flammable.
“One of the most effective ways to reduce the risk for infectious diseases is to be as safe as possible, especially for pets,” C-RAM said in its statement.