Feeding the Proper Diet

Aug 7, 2017

Nutrition will not prevent disease, but good nutrition lowers disease risk. A direct association exists between diet and dental...

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The Importance of Hay

Mar 8, 2017

Hay should be 80% of your rabbit’s diet. Rabbits are designed to eat large amounts of high fibrous food. A proper diet consists of...

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Greens are Great!

Nov 3, 2016

Rabbits are herbivores! A diverse selection of leafy greens should be 10-15% of your rabbit’s diet (plus 80% hay and 10% pellets)....

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Rabbit Nutrition

Aug 10, 2015


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Overweight and Underweight Rab...

Jan 30, 2013

OVERWEIGHT RABBITS Slim and sleek. This is veterinarian and author Dr. Susan Brown’s description of what a healthy rabbit looks...

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What to Feed Your Rabbit

Jan 10, 2013

Large, unlimited amounts of fresh hay should be offered daily. Young bunnies should be introduced to hay as soon as they can eat on...

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Feeding Hay to Rabbits and Rod...

Nov 29, 2012

For a recent in-depth study by Dr. Marcus Clauss on the importance of hay, see the Journal of Exotic Pet...

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Intermittent Soft Cecotropes i...

Jun 10, 2012

*Please note that it will be helpful to the understanding of this disease if you first read the Care of Rabbits handout in order to...

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Small Animal Nutrition

Jun 10, 2012

A variety of small mammals such as hamsters, gerbils, guinea pigs, mice, rats, rabbits, chinchillas and ferrets are commonly kept as...

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Pellet Free Diet

May 16, 2012

House Rabbit Society recommends a limited pellet diet for rabbits. Pellets should be the smallest part of a healthy rabbit’s...

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The Perils of Bunny Obesity

Jan 15, 2012

There are important reasons why you must not give in to your rabbit’s adorable begging. Once a rabbit becomes overweight it can...

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Brenda’s Homemade Bunny ...

Jul 10, 2011

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