The right food is extremely important for your rabbit. The result of feeding your rabbit incorrectly is reflected in the feces. In this blog post, you will learn some rabbit food facts and a typical healthy rabbit diet.
Hay is extremely important for your rabbit. Make sure to feed your rabbit enough hay when it is young and replace it with grass when it gets older. It decreases the risk of hairballs and blockages. Make sure this is available 24/7 for your rabbit.
Water is also very important. Humans can also not survive without water, so make sure this is available for your rabbit 24/7.
Young Rabbit, Enough Pellets
Make sure to feed your rabbit pellets when it is young. In the first few weeks, it is important that your rabbit gains weight. High fiber is also an important nutrient for your rabbit. Weight gain is less important for older rabbits, so decrease the amount of pellets you feed to your rabbit if your rabbit gets older. Otherwise, it can lead to obesity.
It is important that you feed your rabbit enough vegetables. Start feeding your rabbit vegetables as soon as they get 3 months olds. Vegetables are so important, since it is a valuable source of vitamins. Start feeding your rabbit new vegetables one at a time and observe the feces of your rabbit. If it becomes diarrhea, then stop feeding that particular vegetable to your rabbit, but still try out other vegetables.
Make sure that your rabbit gains enough weight when it is young. When it gets older, feed your rabbit with enough vitamins and less pellets. If you have any question or comment, feel free to post it below.