The information on the chart below is not all-inclusive. It aligns closely with basic feeding guidelines of domesticated rabbits, though information sources and opinions can vary. The 5% treat category includes fresh fruit, which can be fed occasionally in very small amounts.
Feeding can vary depending upon age, health and other factors. If your pet has needs which are outside the basic guidelines for feeding, you should consult with a qualified (experienced) rabbit-savvy veterinarian. Or, consult with a domesticated rabbit expert(s) who has hands-on, day-to-day experience dealing with your specific situation.
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