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Safe Foods To Feed Your Bun!

Your bunny must be fed a balanced diet! Vegetables are nutritious and can be fed daily, whereas fruits and other treats should be fed sparingly. We recommend waiting until your rabbit is about 4-6 months old before you start feeding greenery, and to always introduce new foods in small amounts slowly increasing quantity. To keep your rabbit hydrated, you can even mist veggies with water before serving. Enjoy!


Safe Vegetables + Herbs:

✓ Romaine Lettuce

✓ Carrot Tops

✓ Arugula

✓ Dandelion Greens + Flowers

✓ Bok Choy

✓ Parsley

✓ Mint

✓ Basil

✓ Cilantro

✓ Clover

✓ Celery

✓ Sweet Peppers (in small portions)

✓ Spinach (in small portions, can be gassy)

✓ Kale (in small portions, can be gassy)

✓ Broccoli (in small portions, can be gassy)

✓ Carrots (in small portions, high in sugar)

✓ Pure Pumpkin Puree (used to unblock the digestive system when necessary)



Safe Fruits (all in limited portions, fed sparingly as treats):

✓ Apple

✓ Strawberry

✓ Blueberry

✓ Blackberry

✓ Raspberry

✓ Banana

✓ Pear

✓ Kiwi

✓ Grapes

✓ Pineapple (used to unblock the digestive system when necessary)

✓ Papaya (used to unblock the digestive system when necessary)



Unsafe Foods:

✗ Yogurt Drops (even if labeled for rabbits)

✗ Iceberg Lettuce (no nutritional value)

✗ Cereal

✗ Bread

✗ Pasta

✗ Cookies

✗ Crackers

✗ All Nuts

✗ Avocado

✗ Corn

✗ Seeds (except BOSS)

✗ Soy Beans

✗ Rice

✗ Dairy

✗ Meat

✗ All other sugary / processed foods