Fresh, clean drinking water and good quality hay and grass should make up the majority of your rabbits’ diet. A rabbit’s digestive system needs hay or grass to function properly so a healthy supply is extremely important. You can supplement with leafy greens and a small amount of pellets.
Can rabbits have cheese?
Rabbits should not eat cheese. You should not feed cheese to bunnies, because cheese is high in fats with no fibre – while rabbits need food (like grass) low in fats with lots of fibre. Dairy products like cheese also contain lactose, which rabbits can’t digest.
Do rabbits love carrots?
Carrots and other root veggies, as well as fruit should be considered a treat for rabbits, and you should limit consumption to no more than one or two tablespoons per rabbit each day. Allowing a rabbit to have too many carrots could result in obesity, as carrots are largely empty calories for these creatures.
Why is my bunnies Pee white?
White or milky urine
Sometimes rabbits will excrete a white, milky substance with their urine. This is just excess calcium that your rabbit doesn’t need. It will dry into a chalky white substance. Rabbits are very efficient in the way they absorb calcium from their food.
How long does a bunny live?
Rabbits, just like other domesticated animals, have an average lifespan which can help an owner keep their bunny in optimum health in every stage of life. Unlike their wild relatives, who live for an average of one to two years, domesticated rabbits can live between eight to 12 years.
Will two male rabbits try to mate?
Will Two Male Rabbits Try To Mate? Male rabbits can and will try to mate one another. This tends to be more of a problem if one or both are unneutered, but even if your rabbits have been desexed, the natural instinct to try and mate can remain so you may still see them trying to mount other rabbits.