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
Do Rabbits Eat Nuts: a bunch of nuts on a table

Do Rabbits Eat Nuts?

While you’re sitting there munching on your favorite nut or nut combination, you just might consider giving one or more nut treats to our buns. Before you do, however, stop and ask yourself, do rabbits eat nuts? Or, are nuts safe for rabbits to eat? The answer to these questions is yes and no. Yes, some nuts are safe for rabbits, but if you feed them to your bun, you want to do so sparingly. After reading this article, however, you may decide to forego the nut treat altogether.

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Rabbit munching on fresh meadow grass

Best Hay for Rabbits

Nothing is as fresh and delicious as fresh grass for rabbits. But is it always the most healthful? Is hay an equivalent alternative?

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