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Whether you have a four-pound American Fuzzy Lop or a nine-pound Harlequin, rabbits of all breeds and sizes make for delightful pets. As strict herbivores, rabbits should not be given any type of meat as they are unable to digest it. Instead, rabbit dishes should mainly consist of nutritionally-balanced rabbit food blends and pellets that are rich in vitamins and essential minerals, along with higher amounts of crude fiber and lower amounts of calcium. In addition to rabbit food pellets, many rabbit dishes are known to include fresh vegetables, such as broccoli, parsley, spinach and carrots, as fresh vegetables help to keep rabbits hydrated. While dehydration is common among rabbits and many other small animal companions, it's important to prevent your rabbit water bottles from going empty. By regularly monitoring the water levels within these bottles and filling them accordingly, as well as ensuring that your rabbit water bottles are dispensing water properly and that there are no leaks, you can keep your pet rabbit hydrated and healthy. Promote the health and well-being of your pet rabbit today by providing him with well-balanced nutrition, regular exercise and plenty of water.