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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-13-2005, 04:30 PM Thread Starter
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how much is too much?

ryo is around 7 months old and is 4.9 lbs.
how much leafy greens should she be getting. sometimes i wonder if i feed her too many. i noticed that when i cut back on feeding so many greens she poops more.


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I would feed about one and a half cup of veggies a day. That's what my brother feeds his rabbit, who is eight months old.




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Leafy greens aren't the only things that are healthy you should feed rabbits. Keep that in mind.
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Leafy greens aren't the only things that are healthy you should feed rabbits. Keep that in mind.
Yup, that's very true.

http://rabbit.org/faq/sections/diet.html

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I only used to feed mine about 1 cup or so, but once I had to leave them for the weekend, so I bought two grocery bags full of veggies, and left it all in their house. (Of course, I asked someone to come in and look after them, but I left them all that food incase she forgot to come in.) Anyway, I phoned the girl after about 12 hours of being away, and she said all the veggies were gone! So that made me think....if they can eat that much, it means they're hungry and they need it, right? Or maybe they just eat out of boredom...I dunno, I thought only humans did that.

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i think a large amount of animals eat out of boredom.
or so the other animals cant have any.
exspecailly dogs!


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