Whether you were gifted a baby rabbit or you adopted a baby rabbit, it is important to know immediately what your baby rabbit’s diet should be. Because rabbits have sensitive digestive tracks, you need to figure out what to feed your rabbit to set them up for a long and healthy life. But what should you get your rabbit to eat? What is the best rabbit food for my bunny?
Rabbit Hole Hay Blog
By: Jessica Miley
You want your rabbit to live a long and healthy life. In order to do that your rabbit must be fed properly to avoid being overweight. A healthy diet doesn’t revolve around carrots and pellets. Carrots are high in calcium which means it should be given to your rabbit sparingly.
As you know, timothy hay and alfalfa hay for rabbits are necessary for your pet's diet (depending on the age of your rabbit). However, feeding your rabbit too much alfalfa can cause him or her to gain too much weight. What other health problems can coincide with rabbit hay and rabbit food? Read on to find out!
Most people know that they need to feed their rabbit food, but do you know what kind of rabbit food and rabbit hay you should be feeding your rabbit at different ages of their lives? Do rabbits eat hay?What is the difference between pellets, alfalfa hay, and timothy hay? When should you switch a bunny from alfalfa hay to timothy hay? Read on to figure that out!