What herbs do rabbits like?
rabbits like parsley and on WWW.rabbit.org you can find out all about caring for them
jackrabbits are know to be real pests in gardens for eating herbs and shrubs
Parsley, Basil, Carrot, apple and many more. DOEN'T FEED THEM LETTUCE! GIVES THEM CRAMPS!
Depends. If there are any herbs or rabbits or any animal, you can eat them if you are that hungry.
Jack rabbits eat herbs and shrubs.
Rabbits are herbivores, which means they eat only plants. In the wild, rabbits eat seeds, roots, twigs, herbs, and grass.
Fresh catnip is safe for rabbits. It isn't poisonous, anyway. Some rabbits like it, some do not. As with all new foods and rabbits, when giving catnip to a rabbit for the first time, offer only a bite or two; gradually work up to a handful over time (at least a week). Keep an eye on your rabbit's health and wellbeing. Only give fresh herbs to rabbits, not dried. Dried herbs are concentrated and the… Read More
NO!!!!! They will have digestion problems!!!!!! All spiced and seasoned herbs like basil, parsley, and peppers give the rabbit an upset stomach and might cause the rabbit to have diarrhea.
Wild calico rabbits do not exist as a normality. Someone has turned them loose and they have reproduced. They eat what all wild OR domestic rabbits eat; alfalfa, grasses and herbs. (as well as carrots from mr. MacGregor's garden.
Wild baby rabbits eat grass, amongst other things that the adults are eating, too (like leafy green weeds, vegetables, herbs). Pet baby rabbits eat hay, primarily alfalfa hay (which is a legume, not a grass), and pellets. That's once they're weaned, of course (which is at around 5 or 6 weeks of age).
Wild rabbits do eat grass they also eat plants and berries as a treat! PET RABBITS eat dried grass -- hay. Hay has a lot more fibre than fresh grass, so it's better than fresh grass for pet rabbits. Pet rabbit can also get parasites from fresh grass, so it's best not to feed it to them. Pet rabbits get their fresh nutrients from other plants -- dark-coloured greens like lettuces (like Romaine), weeds (like… Read More
white rabbits like cold weather.. dark furred rabbits like warm tempertures
rabbits eat flowers and vegetables in spring and summer ,in fall and winter . rabbits eat green leaf plants ,grass herbs. in winter eat twigs ,bark ,fruit of bushes and trees .rabbits eat two meal each day .
If rabbits are fed too many carrots without being loose (wild or colony bred rabbits) to eat the appropriate minerals and herbs they will get diahrea. Penned rabbits should be fed a balanced rabbit pellet and given carrots ONLY as a treat.
Rabbits would like to be free in a batch of carrots
From my experience, they look like white rabbits.
Some rabbits live in cold places like New Zealand rabbits, but some live in warm places like dwarf rabbits
Wild rabbits - like all rabbits - are herbivores.
Snowshoe rabbits - like all rabbits - are herbivores.
Herbs are sometimes grown in gardens and on farms and spices are sorta like herbs like mung daal is like a crossover.
rabbits like to be petted righr imbetween the ears they LOVE it there
The rabbits like hot weather and cold weather.
No, dogs can bit rabbits.
Rabbits tend to like apples.
Cottontail rabbits - like all rabbits - are consumers.
Well rabbits hate to eat is durian fruit.. Because it is smelly for rabbits, but maybe other rabbits from different communitiy like durian but rabbits cant eat fruit so yeah!!!
Rabbits forage for wild grasses, weeds, herbs, flowers, veggies, and they consume small amounts of grain along the way. The cosmopolitan tastes of rabbits are well illustrated by the following partial list of crops and plants they damage: vegetables (beans, beet, broccoli, carrot, lettuce, peas); tree and berry crops (almond, apple, blackberry, cherry, citrus, pistachio, plum, raspberry, strawberry); herbs (cilantro, parsley); and ornamental plantings (various flowers, shrubs, trees, and turf). Wild rabbits eat alfalfa, timothy… Read More
No, rabbits can't eat dal (a.k.a. deal, dahl). Dal is made of lentils cooked with spices. Rabbits can't eat any of that stuff. They can't eat legume fruit (like lentils, peas, beans, peanuts, soy). Any spices or herbs you give your rabbit should be fresh, not dried or cooked. A good diet for rabbits is lots and lots of hay, some pellets, and some fresh leafy greens. Optional treats can include non-leafy veg (like carrot)… Read More
Yes, rice is bad for rabbits. Rabbits don't eat grains, seeds, nuts, etc. Rabbits eat hay (or, in the wild, grasses and twigs), leafy weeds and herbs, occasional vegetables and fruits, and pet rabbits also eat pellets. See the related question below for details and links about a healthy rabbit diet.
In general, veterinarians do not use herbs or supplements to treat respiratory problems in rabbits (or any problems in most animals, period). To the best of my knowledge, there is no validated herb that can be used for this purpose.
the star herbs on on the beach go on to the map and then go to the beach which is next to the jungle and then the star herbs are there they are like a plant with stars on . xx
rabbits do not eat animals they only eat wild grasses, herbs, flowers, leaves, and twigs. they also consume some fruits, vegetables, and grains as they come across them, but these do not make up a large part of their diet. rabbits mostly eat lettuce, carrots and vegetables.
Jack rabbits - like all rabbits - are herbivores, plant eaters.
Snowshoe rabbits - like all rabbits - are herbivores, plant eaters.
yes girl rabbits have whiskers just like guys rabbits do
Yes by getting into something that the rabbits like illergic to like poisin ivea
They look like other rabbits except that they're smaller.
Rabbits are considered herbivores. They eat grass and herbs, but enjoy lettuce and peas. In the winter they eat bark, twigs, and buds.
Rabbits like to play all sorts of games. Rabbits are individuals: some like some games, others like others. See the links below for ideas.
Rabbits like carrots because of their instincs and they have the same sort of taste buds . Also, they are a treat for rabbits. They are just like candy bars for them. Rabbits do not need a carrot everyday. Give it to them once or twice a week for like a treat for being good.
jack rabbits love to get it on
Yes they do. I have 5 rabbits and that is what they drink.
Depends on the rabbits personality
Older rabbits play less than younger rabbits but they still do like to play. See the related question below for more info about rabbits playing. Rabbits also like to sit poo and poo and poo and sleep and sleep and sleep and eat.
Rabbits live in many different types of habitats like forests and meadows. Most rabbits will like habitat that has a moderate temperature.
yes rabbits do eat some dairy's but not all of them and it depends because all rabbits like different things just like humans like different things.
Rabbits will mate at any time of the year, that is why you get the saying breed like rabbits.
Snowshoe rabbits - like all rabbits - are herbivores, plant eaters.
Depending on the herb. Some herbs cats just love, like catnip. Some cats like to eat regular grass.
Cottontail rabbits (a wild American rabbit) eat similar things as all rabbits: wild grasses and weeds and such (and cultivated plots of veggies and herbs, when they can get to them). carrots, peas, cheese, and grapes... almost all small fruits
Rabbits can eat raisins and cranberries, but these foods aren't healthy for the rabbit. One or two raisins or cranberries is fine, like a piece of candy for us. Too much can make the rabbit sick. A better treat would be a small handful of dark leafy greens, like carrot tops, celery greens, lettuce, or fresh herbs. On the other hand, it's not always a good idea to feed wild rabbits (or any animals). If… Read More