Gooseberries are native to Europe, north western africa, south and southeast asia. Their bushes produce edible fruit which are grown both domestically and commercially.
They are eaten in a variety of desserts and on their own.
So can rabbits eat gooseberries at all?
Lets take a look at their nutritional data and find out more about them.
As you can see gooseberries contain a little phosphorus, calcium, acidic content, and a hint of fat and fibre.
This means that rabbits can eat gooseberries a few time a week in small amounts as they do contain a lot of water and will cause bloat if they have too much of them.