Tuesday, February 17, 2009

My Hay

It is recommended that your rabbit eat a diet that is grass or hay based. So do I. I eat Timothy Hay. It is great taste. This high-quality hay aids her natural digestive process with fiber and because it is low in calcium, it decreases the chances of urinary tract problems developing. The high-fiber content also discourages obesity. Daily munchings will keep her healthy and happy! Please note that when you rabbit is a baby, she can have lots of alfalfa hay. As she grows older, she should get very little alfafa hay. Most of the hay an adult rabbit eats should be Timothy Hay, oat hay or grass hay. Your rabbit will prefer it if you keep the hay off of the cage floor with a hay manger. This will keep the hay cleaner and tastier for her.

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