Rabbit Care and Health
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How to Grow a Bunny Garden - Fresh Fruit & Vegetables for Rabbits
Feed your pet rabbit fresh, organic, and pesticide free fruits and veggies by growing your own bunny garden. Check out these easy to grow fruits and veggies that both you and your rabbit can enjoy. #gardening #rabbits
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Does your rabbit or guinea pig have seeds and fruits mixed into their pellets? The variety may *look* healthy, but really just add sugar and fat to your pets diet! Stick to timothy hay based extrusion pellets, and lots of fresh hay and lettuce!
Hay for Rabbits: The Basis for a Healthy Diet
80% of an adult rabbit's diet should be hay. Good quality hay is the most part of a rabbits diet and you're rabbits should Always have access to it. it helps keep their gut moving thus avoiding dangerous gut stasis which left untreated is nearly always fatal.it also keeps their teeth nice and short and in good condition.
Guinea pig cages. Try to make sure that your gorgeous guinea pigs currently have the finest things in life. A big guinea pig cage or run not only can make all of them more pleasurable to watch but makes sure they get the physical exercise that they need in order to keep fit and healthy. #rabbithouses
Pet Rabbit Diet: Bunny Food & Nutrition - Exotic Animal Supplies
A complete adult rabbit diet. These are all the healthy foods to feed your bunny. Unlimited hay and fresh water. 1/4 - 1/2 cups of pellets per day. 4-6 cups of leafy greens. 2-4 teaspoons of fresh fruit. Click through for a complete list of safe veggies and fruits for rabbits. #rabbitcare