Why do rabbits eat hay?
Rabbits eat hay because hay is dried grass and grass is one of their favorite foods
They need hay for their digestive system, if hay is not available, feed timothy hay or alfalfa hay from the local stores, wal-mart and pet centers have a great deal of hays for animals.
Since they are herbivores, all rabbits eat grass and hay. They will occasionally eat a berry.
What is molded hay? Do you mean moldy hay? No, rabbits can't eat hay that has mold on it. Mold is bad for rabbits, just like it's bad for people. Give your rabbit fresh hay that smells sweet, with no signs of mold or rot. Do you mean hay that has been pressed and shaped by a mold, like a hay cube? Yes, you can give this to your bunny. It's important that rabbits eat… Read More
No they dont. Rabbits are herbivores. Most important in their diet is hay.
Rabbits can eat all kinds of grass. They can also eat hay, sunflower seeds, and clovers too.
grasslands is the wild with no field right?> As they are deprived of vegetables, rabbits wil eat hay and grass
They eat grass, hay, apples, carrots, and pellets.
Rabbits are known to eat pellets, grass and hay. They also like plenty of vegetables and lots of water.
fruit veggies and hay
Yes but it's better for Rabbits to eat Rabbit food,Grass,Hay,And carrots and such
Rabbits are herbivores, plant eaters. They mostly eat hay, grass, and stuff like that. The don't eat snakes or meat at all.
They eat timothy hay. That is all I know about types of hay. You could get timothy hay at lots of places like, Petco, Pet Smart... Well that's all I can think of.
No rabbits should be eating any Kind of clover, They will bloat and die.
they can eat food from the pet store but they wont eat the dried corn also hay that rabbits eat
they shouldn't eat regular hay, they have to have a special kind of Alfalfa! I recommend giving them KAYTEE Natural Timothy Hay! its good for Chinchillas, rabbits, Guinea pigs, and other small animals. Timothy hay is a good kind to feed lionheads, it gives them energy, and shiny coats!
Rabbits eat hay(my bunny prefers timothy but there is also alfafa), dry food, and water. Check with a vet about what you should feed your bunny.
yes they can. But they CANT eat the same pellets
Vegetables, Digestion, Hay, Fruit, pellets and hot links
pellets, grass, timothy hay, carrots, and cheerios.
It depends on how much hay they eat.
Many rabbits eat their bedding and thats exactly what my rabbit does we put hay in her cage and she eats it so we have to put more hay in it like every week.. Hay is good but try different things like straw.
Rabbits will eat as much as they need then quit, they cant really over eat.
Rabbits don't eat any seeds. Rabbits eat hay and leafy plants, and pet rabbits also eat pellets. As a treat, you can give your pet rabbit a bite of fruit. See the related questions below for more info and helpful links.
rabbits can eat : rabbit food, hay,straw, grass, and most vegetables but in small quantities . They can also eat dandilion leaves and roses - rabbits tend to know what they should and should not eat .:)
Nope, they eat food pellets and Timothy hay, and a little veggies and fruit
Rabbits constantly eat throughout the day. Pet rabbits should be provided with unlimited hay and water to munch on any time they wish to keep their digestive system moving and healthy.
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).
yes, but timothy hay is best for them, its a crucial part of their diet and helps keep their teeth managed. you should feed it every day with as much as it will eat
No, rabbits require a diet of hay, pellets, lucerne and fruit and veges, Cheerios are not suitable for rabbits to consume.
Yes it is very good for rabbits my rabbit loves it but don't give it to much 1 or 2 hand fuels are great according to the size and type of rabbit hope you're rabbits eat some brome hay
yes, timothy is the best hay for bunnies. just remember never get off the road, it could have gas
Rabbits should have fresh hay available 24 hours a day. Rabbits less than 7 months old may have alfalfa hay, but older rabbits should have grass hays such as timothy or oat hay. Hay is essential to a rabbit's good health, providing the roughage that helps reduce the danger of hairballs and other blockages.
No, rabbits can't eat any fried or cooked foods. Rabbits also shouldn't eat potato. Rabbits shouldn't eat any human "junk" foods or treats. Rabbits should eat rabbit pellets, hay, and fresh leafy greens; they can had some fresh fruits and vegetables as a treat. See the related question below about the right diet for a rabbit.
Fresh fruits and veggies, hay, greens, and plenty of water.
Yes, any kind of pet rabbit can eat hay. Hay is the most important part of a pet rabbit's diet! See the related question below for more info about a healthy rabbit diet. Timothy hay (a kind of grass hay) is best as a staple for adults, whereas alfalfa hay is good for young and pregnant rabbits. Adult rabbits can eat other varieties of grass hay, too (like brome, orchard grass, meadow grass), but legume… Read More
Animals do eat these: Bears: Bears eat fish, rabbits, pigs, anything with meat in it. Rabbits: Rabbits eat carrots, lettuce, and mostly any veggies. Penguins: Penguins only eat fish. Horses: Horses eat carrots, apples, sugar cubes, hay, and grass.
Pet rabbits should be given free choice rabbit pellets (mine are 16% protein I get from Tractor Supply). They will eat alfalfa hay, timothy hay, lettuce, carrots, yogurt drops, pineapple, and lots of other fruits and vegetables. Hope this helps!
No, rabbits should not eat uncooked rice regularly. While a small amount will not harm your rabbit, the majority of their diet should be hay, pellets, and fresh vegetables.
No, rabbits should eat rabbit feed, as well as lots of hay and some fresh leafy green vegetables. See the related question for more info.
Rabbits may eat zucchini or squash, but it should be a limited food group. Also, it should be organic. Hay and pellets are a better choice for rabbit food.
No, rabbits can't eat matzo or any bread product. Rabbits can't eat foods that are cooked or prepared for humans. Aside from their pellets, and hay (dried grass), rabbits should only eat certain fruits and vegetables. See the related question below for more details about a healthy rabbit diet.
Rabbits must eat hay in order to stay healthy. If a rabbit has no hay, dental problems or digestive problems will result, leading to severe illness and death.
Rabbits should eat pellets and Timothy hay (found at most pet stores) as the main staple of their diet. A rabbit under 6 pounds should eat about 1/2 cup of pellets. A rabbit under 10 pounds should have about 1 cup of pellets. Fully grown rabbits should have an unlimited supply of hay (but rabbits under 4 weeks old should have Alfalfa hay). Rabbits' diets should also be supplemented by fruits and vegetables, about 1… Read More
Ochre is not a food, it's a clay (or a colour). Rabbits don't eat clay or dirt. Wild rabbits eat grass and leaves. Pet rabbits eat hay, pellets, leafy green vegetables, and some non-leafy vegetables and fruit as a treat. See the related questions below for more info and links.
Rabbits like many different things like fruits and veggies but not lettuce! Lettuce is fatal to bunnies. Rabbits eat hay and pellets! Hope this helps! O_o
They get it from the food they eat, such as carrots, lettuce, hay, and clover. Now rabbits do have a challenge. They are vegans and have short, narrow intestines. So that means they have to eat their food twice to get all the nutrients they need.
Bunny rabbits during the winter have a much harder time eating. They tend to eat whatever they can find that is edible to them, up to and including plain grass and hay.
carrots , bunny mix sold at stores , hay , grass and other things
Squirrels eat acorns and other nuts.&&Rabbits eat pellets (also used for hamsters and Guinea pigs), carrots (don't give too much because it causes diaria), lettuce, and timothy hay. (do not give alfalfa to rabbits, it could kill them)