1 cup of berries (any kind)
1 tbsp of honey
2/3 cup of grounded pellets
2/3 cup of grounded oats
Preheat oven to 350. Grind up oats and pellets. Puree berries. Peel , cut and boil apple. Mix everything into a bowl. Add Honey. Use parchment paper (so they dont stick to the cookie sheet.) Roll them out onto the cookie sheet with rolling pin or fingers. ( fingers work better) Cook for 20-30 mins. Let them cool. Place in a baggie in the fridge or freezer.
They last about a month or two in the freezer.
need daily cleaning, and fresh food and water must be offered daily, including a salad of well-washed, dark-green leafy
vegetables. Certain rabbit health problems can become chronic and can require regular (and sometimes expensive)
veterinary treatment. To complicate the picture, veterinarians skilled in rabbit medicine are often hard to find.
same life span as some breeds of dogs, and requires the same long-term commitment.
spayed/neutered by veterinarians experienced in rabbit surgery. This not only reduces hormone-driven behaviors such as
lunging, mounting, spraying, and boxing, but also protects females from the risk of uterine cancer, the incidence of which
can exceed 50% as rabbits grow older.
frequently, they are relegated to a life of “solitary confinement” and are subject to extremes of weather, as well as to
diseases spread by fleas, ticks, flies, and mosquitoes all of which can adversely affect their health and their life span.
They can die of heart attacks from the very approach of a predator – even if the rabbit is not attacked or bitten. Rabbits
are gregarious creatures who enjoy social contact with their human caretakers. The easiest way to provide social
stimulation for a companion rabbit is to house him indoors, as a member of the family.
lengths not to soil their living quarters. They will readily use a litterbox, and if the box is cleaned or changed daily, there
is no offensive odour
mishandled they will learn to nip to protect themselves. If they feel insecure when carried they may scratch to get down.
Unspayed/unneutered rabbits often exhibit territorial behavior such as “boxing” or nipping when their territory is “invaded”
by the owner.
ample freedom of movement even when they are confined. Dwarf rabbits tend to be more active and energetic than some
larger breeds, and require relatively more space.
anorexia) may be life-threatening in rabbits, and may require immediate veterinary attention.
choice, daily. Rabbit pellets should be given only in very limited quantities and carrots are very high in sugar and are not