What should a two-month-old rabbit eat?

A two-month-old rabbit should have unlimited access to fresh water, alfalfa hay, and rabbit pellets.

At there months, you can start introducing certain fresh dark leafy greens in a daily salad (like Romaine lettuce, dandelion greens, carrot greens, parsley, cilantro, dill). Introduce the salad gradually. Start with small portion sizes, just a few bites. Start with one plant at at time: feed a tiny bit one day, wait a day, feed a bit more, wait a day, etc. Wait a week or two before trying the next new green. Watch the rabbit's health for any adverse effects (like gas, pain, runny stool, etc.) Research each plant online to make sure it's safe for bunnies first.

Between 7 and 12 months, the rabbit can gradually move to an adult diet.

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