Rabbit

Description:

Throughout their lives rabbits require many different types of food. Between birth and three weeks they should feed on their mother’s milk. Between four and seven weeks, pellets and alfalfa should be introduced. Until a year they need unlimited pellets and hay, and at a year they need unlimited hay and a proportional amount of pellets depending on their body size (for example, one half cup of pellets per six pounds). As far as cages go, a good general rule of thumb is the bigger and more toy-filled, the better. Rabbits should be let out of their cage in the evening and in the morning.

Food:

Rabbit Food

A specially formulated food for all Rabbits.

Available Packages:

4.5 lb. Jar

Throughout their lives rabbits require many different types of food. Between birth and three weeks they should feed on their mother’s milk. Between four and seven weeks, pellets and alfalfa should be introduced. Until a year they need unlimited pellets and hay, and at a year they need unlimited hay and a proportional amount of pellets depending on their body size (for example, one half cup of pellets per six pounds). As far as cages go, a good general rule of thumb is the bigger and more toy-filled, the better. Rabbits should be let out of their cage in the evening and in the morning.