Diet and Hydration

baby rabbit food list
Diet and Hydration

What to Feed Baby Rabbits

The first six months of a rabbit’s life are pivotal to their long-term health. At this key stage of their development, a rabbit is constantly growing. Their diet needs to reflect this fact. Ensuring that your baby rabbit is sufficiently nourished will mean healthy bones and muscle mass into adulthood. […]

are rabbits allowed parsnips?
Diet and Hydration

Can Rabbits Eat Parsnips?

Feeding a rabbit fresh vegetables isn’t as straightforward it might sound. Root vegetables, such as parsnips, should always be fed to rabbits in moderation, due to their high carbohydrate content. Small quantities of parsnips can be beneficial to a rabbit’s health. These vegetables are a natural diuretic, and low in […]

can rabbits eat green and red peppers
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Can Rabbits Eat Peppers?

Fresh vegetables are a great addition to any rabbit’s diet. Bunnies gain most of their nutrition from hay and pellets, but fresh food is a treat. Peppers are among the most flavorsome vegetables around. This means that any lucky bunny will enjoy eating them. Jalapeno peppers shouldn’t be fed to […]

can rabbits eat cucumber?
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Is Cucumber Safe for Rabbits to Eat?

Rabbits’ diets should include a variety of leafy greens and vegetables. Cucumbers are technically fruits, though they contain little sugar. Feeding cucumber to rabbits is fine every once in a while. Cucumber is non-toxic to rabbits, and most enjoy the taste. Rabbits can safely eat cucumber flesh, skin, and seeds. […]

are rabbits allowed to eat potatoes?
Diet and Hydration

Why Can’t Rabbits Eat Potatoes?

Rabbits are herbivores, thriving on a plant-based diet. They enjoy various herbs, grasses, fruits, and vegetables. Potatoes, however, aren’t good for rabbits. While humans can digest potatoes with no trouble, rabbits can’t. Rabbits like the taste of potatoes, but they are high in calories and provide no nutritional benefit. They […]