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Rabbit Food

In this day and age, with all of the good-quality hay and specially-crafted feeds available, it is relatively easy to ensure that your rabbits have all of the vitamins and minerals they need. The bulk of your rabbits’ diets should be hay, supplemented by dry pellets and fresh food. It’s very important to give your rabbits a balanced diet each day to help them maintain their activity levels and dental health. For help and advice on meeting all your rabbits’ catering needs, read on.

Once you know how, it's not difficult to provide your rabbit with all the foodstuffs they need

This section of the guide contains help and advice on meeting your rabbits’ basic dietary requirements, providing food for juvenile rabbits, introducing your rabbits to a new diet, and, perhaps most importantly, understanding what your pets can and can’t eat. If you’re in any doubt, it’s best to keep it away from your pets. Rabbits have a very different digestive system to ours, and so it’s preferable to be very cautious and not to risk anything you’re not too sure about.

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Morehappawness, 24 January 2022

My rabbit only likes to eat vegetables like carrots, potatoes...and nuts. So is there enough nutrients and safe for it?