Dehydrated alfalfa meal is the first ingredient. Colorful ZOO-Vital treat-like baked biscuits are loaded with vitamins and nutrients. Fiber-rich. Promotes healthy teeth and gums. Easy to digest.
Although rabbits love this highly nutritious food, Encore is a fairly expensive recipe.
Timothy grass hay is the first ingredient. High-fiber diet. Contains essential nutrients like DHA, vitamin D3, and Omega 3 fatty acids. Complete nutrition. Fortified with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
Although this is a quality rabbit diet, the price for 4 lbs. of food may seem a little high.
Sun-cured timothy grass hay is the first ingredient. Mix of alfalfa-free hay and high-fiber pellets. Easy to digest. Fresh ingredients. Complete diet. Excellent value. Available in 2 sizes.
While this is a comprehensive diet for adult rabbits 7 months and older, younger rabbits should eat age-appropriate food.
This yummy mixture is made with peas, maize, timothy hay, and alfalfa meal. A trail mix like food that encourages foraging. Vitamin-rich. Sugar-free. Plenty of variety. Good value.
Wheat is the first ingredient, but there is a nice variety of better ingredients in this vibrant blend too.
Made with alfalfa meal, sunflower seeds, peas, bananas, navy beans, and other nutrient-packed ingredients. Scientifically formulated to include the vitamins and fiber that healthy rabbits need. Pellets packed with vegetable and hay.
Wheat, corn, and soy are in some form or another the first 5 ingredients.
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Although domesticated rabbits are available in a wide range of different breeds, patterns, and colors, our fuzzy friends are virtually identical to wild rabbits when you compare their digestive systems and nutritional needs. With a number of commercial rabbit foods available, it is far too easy to buy any brand and hope it works out, but for the long term health of your pet, you should provide a rabbit with a diet high in nutritious hay, fresh vegetables, the occasional treat, and some dry pellets. Since even the sweetest of rabbits can be fussy eaters, it’s up to you to find the healthiest and tastiest food your bunny will enjoy.
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