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Bunny Nutrition: Guide to proper rabbit nutrition the safe and sweet treats for your bunny

Hop into Love with Safe & Sweet Treats for Your Bunny

Rabbits have delicate digestive systems, so it's important to feed them a diet that is high in fiber and low in sugar and fat. Treats should be given in moderation and should never make up more than 10% of a rabbit's diet.

Here are some safe treats for bunnies:

  1. Fresh hay: Rabbits should always have access to fresh hay as it provides essential fiber for their digestive health.

  2. Fresh vegetables: Safe vegetables for rabbits include carrots, kale, lettuce, parsley, and spinach.

  3. Fruits: Small amounts of fresh fruit such as apples, berries, and bananas can be offered as occasional treats.

  4. Herbs: Fresh herbs such as basil, cilantro, and mint are also safe for rabbits to nibble on.

  5. Commercial rabbit treats: There are a variety of commercial rabbit treats available that are specifically designed to meet a rabbit's nutritional needs. Just be sure to read the ingredients and choose a treat that is low in sugar and fat. Prefer toys and treats without artificial flavours and dye's.

It's important to remember that rabbits can be sensitive to changes in their diet, so it's best to introduce new treats gradually and in small amounts to avoid upsetting their digestive system.

Cutest Bunnies offers supplies if you are local and want to support us.

Our hay is a favourite for many Toronto bunnies with our locally sourced freshness!

How long does a large supplies last?
  • Large Pellets lasts over half a year

  • Large Hay lasts 1-2 months or longer

  • Large Bedding lasts 20-30 cage changes, most change weekly for their bunny

hay, pellets, bedding

Visit our Supplies & Nutrition for food, hay, pellets and bedding pictures with sizing.

We also have our favourites at our Amazon Shop.


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Cutest Bunnies does not offer any professional veterinary medical advice, but rather based on our many years of experience. We recommend to contact a veterinary, allergy specialist or medical professional for advice from qualified experts.

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