Sunday, September 25, 2011

Fruits and Veggies to give to your Rabbit

Rabbits need a balanced diet to stay healthy. All the nutrients they need is found in high-quality rabbit pellets made from alfalfa. When you shop for pellets in search of fresh green pellets that smell like freshly cut hay. You need a good proportion of rabbit pellets per day. Hay can be added to their diet. It adds roughage and keep your pets entertained.

Now, with fruits and vegetables. In the wild rabbits are eating roots, bark, herbs, and herb. What these things have in common? They tend to be somewhat dry in texture, and they are strong enough to wear down the rabbit hole to keep the tooth Trimmed.

Let us now look at the common fruits and vegetables we feed the rabbits. Lettuce, carrots, broccoli, brussel sprouts, asparagus, brussel sprouts, apples, bananas, and more. What do they have in common? Many of them have high concentrations of moisture and full of sugar.

Can we reach a happy medium, however. Wet or sweet fruits and vegetables can be given as occasional treats. Give your rabbit a whole apple, but a piece or two sometimes good. Unsprayed apple twigs are even better. If you want your rabbit with fresh plants to enjoy every day, looking at the tops carrots and herbs such as dandelion, comfrey, chickweed, plantain and borage. Many men like weeds in the garden. Unless they are sprayed with insecticide or herbicide, your rabbit can eat.

Wet and too much sweet stuff can the bacterial composition in the rabbit digestive system of your system, it causes diarrhea or constipation. Many rabbits that a few cups of common garden vegetables to eat every day from the vet's office have digestive problems which can eventually kill.

Wild vegetables are the best bet for your rabbit. They love blackberry leaves, thorns and all. Blackberry leaves also help regulate their extensive urinary tract and may help treat diarrhea. Dandelions are hard and help digestion. Borage is good for the nurses do, it helps them to have enough milk to feed their nest. It is also a mild laxative in case your bunny becomes clogged or the hair ball in their system.

Grow some chamomile for your rabbit nerve, it calms them down. Clover is also happy bunnies. Enter the red clover, if possible, that is the long pink with pink flowers. Mint is good for diarrhea, upset stomach and dry milk. Parsley helps reduce and prevent breathing problems. Rosemary keeps fleas and other critters away the skin. Journal strawberries are good for rabbit warm to cool. Willow leaves can help inflammation.

Would not you rather give your rabbit some delicious vegetables that make them healthy at the same time help? They keep your pet healthy and active for many years of marriage. Stay away from garden vegetables we eat. We adapted to it, your rabbit will not. Give them their greens to fit digestion.

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