Bunnies have a very sensitive digestive tract.
If your bunny isn't eating or drinking, just laying in there...that's a serious problem...if their intestines isn't moving they will create a blockage and fill
like they are full, then slowly ...they will fade away and die. We use a Oxbow formula with our babies called Critical Care. My vet prescribes it and I always have on hand, if anyone is feeling down and it's not eating I force feed them immediately that way their tummy's are always full and intestines always
moving.... Hay is another very essential part of a bunnies diet, not a treat it should be a large part of their daily food intake.
They should have hay off the ground in a ball or rack to keep it fresh and without their smell...they will stop eating if the hay smell like them.
I know a lot of breeders, don't give greens to their babies I'm not sure why yet, it could be because the
cost...that's why I work hard on my organic garden, I sweat so they have fresh greens at a very affordable cost. Or it could be flat out ignorance...My Vet at
Creekside Animal Hospital Dr. Orr and Dr. Centini recommend lot's of greens so Do I!!!
My bunnies diet is very important to me and it should be to anyone that has one, please feel free to ask questions.
Welcome to my Blog. I hope to inspire you to develop a wonderful relationship with your rabbits. I will share my thoughts and daily updates here. I hope you enjoy!