Best Food for Rabbits

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Hay

Hay is a staple in a rabbit's diet and should make up the majority of their food intake. High-fiber hay, such as timothy or meadow hay, supports digestive health and wears down their constantly growing teeth.

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Fresh Vegetables

Leafy greens and vegetables are rich in vitamins and minerals. Include a variety such as kale, romaine lettuce, parsley, and cilantro. Introduce new vegetables gradually to monitor your rabbit's tolerance.

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Pellets

High-quality rabbit pellets provide essential nutrients like fiber, protein, and vitamins. Ensure that pellets are specifically designed for rabbits and are free from added sugars and unnecessary additives

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Fresh Fruits

Offer small amounts of fresh fruits as occasional treats. Apples, pears, and berries are good choices, but limit the quantity due to their natural sugar content.

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Herbs

Fresh herbs like basil, mint, and dill can be given in moderation. They add variety to the diet and provide additional flavors.

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Carrots and Carrot Tops

Carrots are a favorite among rabbits. While they can enjoy carrot tops, which are rich in nutrients, carrots should be given in moderation due to their sugar content.

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Oats and Barley

Small amounts of oats and barley can be provided as a treat. These grains offer variety and can be scattered for mental stimulation.

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Fresh Water

Ensure your rabbit has access to fresh, clean water at all times. Hydration is crucial for overall health and helps prevent common issues like urinary tract problems.

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Occasional Treats

While not a primary food source, occasional treats like dried fruits or commercial rabbit treats can be given. Always check the ingredients and avoid those with added sugars and artificial additives.