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  • Q
    Which fruits and vegetables can I feed my rabbits?
  • A
    While rabbits can be fed some fruits and vegetables, remember the majority of their diet should be made up of hay. Fruits and some vegetables are high in sugar, and should only be given as occasional treats. Click below to read the full list.
  • Q
    Do rabbits like carrots?
  • A
    Carrots are very high in sugar, and so should only be given as an occasional treat.
  • Q
    What should I be feeding my rabbit?
  • A
    A healthy rabbit diet should consist of hay, rabbit food, vegetables and leafy greens, occasional treats and water. These all need to be given in appropriate portion sizes for your rabbit - click below to learn more.
  • Q
    My rabbits are eating their poo, is this normal?
  • A
    Yes, it is normal for rabbits to eat their own faeces. As their diet is mainly made up of insoluble fibre, rabbits perform a process called caecotrophy to get the nutrients they require.

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