Diet Advice

The majority of their nutrients should come primarily  from Timothy Hay and Orchard Grass.

Rabbits do not need pellets and if fed it should only be a small amount of their diet. 

Do not give vegetables and fruits to less than 6 M rabbits, if done only a small amount as a rare treat. Rabbits digestive system is very sensitive.

Make sure hay is not dusty.

Alfalfa hay can be given in moderation to Jr. rabbits and nursing mothers.

They love leafy greens such Romaine, butterhead, bib, red and green lettuce.  arugula, cilantro, parsley, arugula, spinash, endive, turnip greens, chicory, dandelion greens, raspberry leaves, basil, mint, radicchio, watercress, kale and bok choy.

Fruits should only be given also as a treat once or twice a week as very high in carbohydrates.  They Love Bananas!


Rabbits do eat a portion of their feces called a caecotroph. This is really important for their intestinal health and digestion system as it contains their probiotic bacteria.

Dont forget! They need abundant and endless supply of fresh water.

Hand Raised Buns

We raise sweet & well socialized bunnies that are hand raised from birth. They are exposed to young children, loud noises, and dogs from a young age. All of our bunnies are trained to use a litter box, too!