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Rabbit Food & Hay: Vegetarian, Grain-Free & More

Make Petco your one-stop shop for all your rabbit food and hay. Whether you are thinking of getting a rabbit or you are already enjoying time with your furry friend, it’s important to understand your pet’s food needs to give them a healthy and balanced diet.

Rabbits are herbivores, so their diet should consist of a variety of grass and hay. These are rich in vitamins A & D, as well as calcium, protein and other important nutrients. Rabbit food also comes in either formed pellets or a loose mixture. Rabbit pellets are specially crafted to contain high amounts of fiber and natural antioxidants to promote digestive health. Combining a small amount of rabbit pellets with fresh vegetables ensures your small pet’s food is balanced with a necessary amount of vitamins and minerals to help maintain their overall health.

What to feed rabbits

As mentioned above, there are a variety of meal options your happy hopper has available to them, so let’s review each of them in detail here:

Pellets: Pellets are among the most popular choices of meals for small animals, rabbits included. This is because they generally have a high concentration of nutrients and antioxidants, which help to support their digestive health. Most nutritional experts recommend pellets for younger rabbits who are still growing, as the high fiber count works to ensure proper weight gain. As your pet rabbit begins to mature, you can start adding more hay and vegetables to their daily diet.

Hay: Your pet rabbit should have fresh hay available in their habitat every day. Nutritional experts advise that rabbits under 7 months of age should have alfalfa hay, then move to oat or timothy hay as they get older. Many pet parents prefer timothy hay for rabbits as it is the easiest for them to digest and does not contain high amounts of protein and calcium. Hay is an important part of your cotton-tailed companion’s diet, as it provides the necessary roughage that helps reduce the risk of hairballs and keeps their teeth from overgrowing.

Fruits & Vegetables: Another meal option that helps provide the essential roughage and vitamins your rabbit needs are fruits and vegetables. These can be added to your pet’s meals as early as 3 months of age. Rabbits especially enjoy leafy and root vegetables, including broccoli, wheat grass, spinach, celery, and yes, even carrots. It’s important to monitor which veggies your pet is eating and switching out any that have been discarded within 24 hours.

With proper diet and care, you’ll be enjoying your bunny’s blessings for many years. As with all pet care, you need to research the best meal plan for your rabbit. Shop Petco’s full range of rabbit food and hay to keep your hopping hombre happy and healthy. Sign up for Repeat Delivery to get free shipping and extra savings!