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Kaytee Fiesta Max Food for Rabbit
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I use Oxbow Bunny Basic T, though I think it might have a new name now. It's Timothy-hay-based which is great for your rabbit! I only give my two bunnies 1/4 cup of pellets and two cups of organic vegetables a day per bunny (I determine this based on their weight, so this might not be enough for your bunny). Not all vegetables are good for your bunny, so do your research! One thing all bunnies need is round-the-clock fresh Timothy hay. This should make up most of their diet. The House Rabbit Society is an excellent source to look into!
I used to feed my bunnies crap like Kaytee pellets and hay, and they constantly had messed up tummies, and I didn't know what I was doing wrong until I did research and realized that bunnies had a much more complex diet than I thought. You can't just dump some cheap pellets in their bowl and hope for the best. Ever since I've changed their diet, they've been happier and healthier and LOVE their vegetables and new pellets. I also buy Oxbow timothy hay too, and they love it.
Don't be an irresponsible bunny owner! Research their diet and how to care for them!!! Again, look at the House Rabbit Society's website!
some info below from the house rabbit society (they have great health info about rabbits-litter training,housing,etc)
A good quality rabbit pellet DOES NOT contain dried fruit, seeds, nuts, colored crunchy things or other things that are attractive to our human eyes, but very unhealthy to a rabbit. Rabbits are strict herbivores, and in nature they rarely get fruit, nuts or other such fatty, starchy foods. The complex flora of the cecum can quickly become dangerously imbalanced if too much simple, digestible carbohydrate is consumed--especially if the diet is generally low in fiber. The result is often "poopy butt syndrome," in which mushy fecal matter cakes onto the rabbit's behind. This a sign of cecal dysbiosis, which can foment much more serious health problems.Read more ›
As a loving & concerned adoptive pet owner of 2 house rabbits; I beg you to choose Oxbow Bunny Basics T or some other bunny food that does not have seeds in it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is alright food good stuff for bunny in there I mix it with F.M.Brown's.Hey it makes my bunnies happy.I recommendPublished on February 1, 2014 by fuzzy 2
My rabiit pouts if he doesn't get this particular item in his bowl. I hope it is a good product.Published on April 17, 2013 by Anne Onimous
I bought this bag and I have not had to go buy rabbit food for 2 months. I still have half the bag left!Published on January 25, 2013 by Tan G Huynh