the 3 week diet review

A balanced diet remains healthy rabbits, if you keep pets or breeders. If true, the type of rabbit food to provide depends on the stage of life of the animal. Generally, rabbits thrive on a protein diet 16 percent. Breastfeeding mothers and their kits percent protein needed at least 18.

The effects of a stable, unbalanced diet are easy to recognize. The hair is dull. Rabbits have a weak immune system and often have digestive problems. Rabbits babies grow more slowly.

Food Rabbit Suggestions

Timothy Grass Hay — always have a good supply of this type of hay on hand to make sure your rabbit enough fiber. No hay, his rabbits could riddled with hairballs and diarrhea. Animals are likely to become obese.

Alfalfa hay — This should give adults only if this is the only type of hay can be found in your area. The amounts should be limited. This hay is high in protein, too much calcium and too many calories for rabbits.

Made pellets Rabbit — rabbit pellets bite size that are available in the shops are on the ground of hay, vitamins, minerals and other ingredients that are good for the digestive system of a rabbit. Breeders experts suggest twice daily. Conejos one-eighth to one-quarter of a standard cup per five pounds of body weight of a rabbit. Stay away from colored dots or food that is old and musty.

Fresh fruits and vegetables — leafy vegetables such as romaine lettuce, parsley, endive, arugula, chervil, dandelion, and kale are excellent choices. Iceberg lettuce should not be on your rabbit’s food list. Its nutritional value is limited. Do not feed vegetables and fruits rabbits baby if you want to avoid enteritis (inflammation of the small intestine). Gradually introduce these new foods at their heels, and track your progress.

Try — Carrots are starch and should be given in moderation as a gift. Enter your rabbits like the fruit slowly cored apples, pears, strawberries, plums, peaches, bananas and melons. Rabbits should be at least six months before the introduction of this type of rabbit food.


Water is essential in the diet of a rabbit. Regulates body temperature of the animal during the hot summer days. Change the water every day, no matter what type of irrigation system used.