DIET

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Hay and Water

Rabbits need constant access to hay and water. Both are extremely important. Hay helps wear down their teeth, provide necessary fiber, and keep their GI Tract moving. If their Gastro-Intestinal Tract (GI Tract) stops moving it will cause GI Stasis, which can kill your bunny in 8-24 hours if it isn't treated. They need constant access to water so they don't get dehydrated.  

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Vegetables

Veggies should be a daily part of your rabbit's diet. I will list how much below based on our rabbit's body weight. This link has a list of safe veggies.

2-3 lbs: 3 cups of veggies

4-6 lbs: 5 cups of veggies

7-10 lbs: 6 cups of veggies

10-15 lbs: 8 cups veggies

16+ lbs: 10 cups veggies

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Feed carrots and fruit in moderation because of their high sugar content 

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Pellets

Pellets can be a daily part of your rabbit's diet. They will ensure your rabbit is getting all the nutrients it needs. I will list how much below based on our rabbit's body weight.

2-3 lbs: 1/4 cup of pellets

4-6 lbs: 1/2 cup of pellets veggies

7-15 lbs: 2/3 cup of pellets

16+ lbs: 1 cup pellets

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If you want to feed a pellet-free diet please talk to your vet.