Have you been interested in learning how to make homemade rabbit food or dry timothy hay recipes? You’re not alone! Anymore you never know what some of those big name brands put in their treats and pellets and in order to fully have control over knowing what’s in them, you’ll need to make them yourself. While it requires a bit of experimenting and time in the kitchen, it will give you the ease of mind that your rabbit is eating healthy, all natural rabbit treats and rabbit food. What’s better than a happy healthy rabbit?Read More
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You’re sitting on your couch and you’re suddenly hit with a craving. Oh gosh, you don’t know exactly what it is that you want but you do know that whatever it is, it needs to be sweet. Uh oh, that dreaded sweet tooth is back. It creeps up on you every few days or so and it’s usually at night time when you’re watching your favorite show. Your rabbit is snuggled up next to you and you start to think, does he ever have this type of craving? Not just a craving for rabbit food, but a sweet craving.Read More
The leaves are changing and the fall season is underway. What do rabbits eat to celebrate fall while you are enjoying your pumpkin spice latte? We have a homemade rabbit food recipe that your rabbit will be sure to love and keep her little stomach happy and healthy too. Do you know why that matters?
When you think about what your rabbit is able to eat you most likely think that the majority of vegetables and fruits should be ok, right? Well, unfortunately there are some foods out there [even if they are natural and seem safe] that can potentially harm your rabbit and cause them to get sick or have an adverse reaction and should not be used as rabbit food. Keep reading on to find out the answer to "what do rabbits like to eat" and for a comprehensive bunny food list!
Making your little bun a treat might not be the first thing that you think of when researching rabbit food and how best to take care of your pet. But making these treats can help you save money and also ensure that you know what ingredients are being fed to your rabbit.