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Information for a keeping your bunny happy and healthy:


FEEDING:

Here's a diet that gives your rabbits the treats they like and keeps them healthy:

After being around domestic rabbits for over 40 years, I've finally figured out a diet that makes them happy while
also maintaining a healthy gut. My rabbits no longer get upset stomachs and their 'output' looks a lot like what the
local Jack rabbits leave as 'presents' in front of my house. It's a very short list of items; here they are:


Timothy hay (unlimited supply)
Water (unlimited supply)
Dried apple (sliced thinly) - a few times a day as treats (do not feed them the seeds)
Dried carrot (sliced thinly) - a few times a day as treats
Timothy hay pellets (the puffier kind are the better type) - one or two handfulls a day, per rabbit.


Optional:

Dried carrot tops
Dried parsely


The secret to this is drying out the fruit and veggies, since too many fresh vegetables can unbalance a rabbit's
digestive system, resulting in diarrhea and even death. It's also important not to feed them too many pellets.
All my rabbits get now are the seven items listed above, with the top five being the most common items.


NOT SO GOOD FOODS:

- rolled oats (okay in very limited quantities).
- Lettuce (too much will make your rabbit ill).
- Celery, cereals, pasta, potatoes, yams, and bread.
Rabbits should get little or none of these foods


BAD FOODS !:

- Sweets (incl. chocolate), milk and milk products (no butter or cheese), potato
chips (obviously),or anything that contains synthetic fats or refined sugar.



Even more bunny info.:

A free PDF with info on care, feeding, housing, and grooming for rabbits:

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