Mealtime is one of the best times of the day for a rabbit. And when these veggies are on the menu, they’ll jump for joy when they hear the produce bags moving!
Pellets and hay are must-haves for a bunny’s diet. They need adequate amounts of both to thrive and live a long and healthy life. But what about the extras like fruits and vegetables? Are they essential? Can they eat all the veggies or just certain ones?
In a word, yes! Vegetables help balance out the nutrition needs of a rabbit. Think of it like this: a diet of just pellets and hay provides nutrients that are found in those things, but things like dark leafy greens and carrots provide vitamin A which your rabbit needs also.
Let’s take a look at the categories of vegetables that your bunny needs: