Rabbit Food

Bunnies are herbivores – that is they eat plants only, no meat.  It is important that your bunny gets all the important nutrients that her or she needs – carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, minerals, and protein so that it be healthy.  This section is dedicated to exploring which foods are good for your rabbit, and  – just as importantly – what to not feed your bunny.

White bunny with bowl of fruits and vegetables
Bunnies are herbivores, and they need to eat protein, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals
Can Rabbits Eat Arugula?

Can Rabbits Eat Arugula?

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. There are no toxic parts in any of the arugula plants, so rabbits can eat the leaves, stems, and flowers as well. As with all things for rabbit consumption, you need to feed it to your rabbit in moderation so they don’t get digestive upset, as their tummies are very sensitive.


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can rabbits eat daffodils

Can Rabbits Eat Daffodils?

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As a rabbit owner, you’ll need to make sure that your bunnies are well fed and one might think that these animals would eat anything they found in the wild. To an extent, this is true. Wild rabbits certainly have access to a lot more plants than domestic rabbits. But that doesn’t mean that all of them are safe.


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