Dill pickles are otherwise known as pickled cucumbers or gherkins and are a cucumber that has been pickled in a brine, vinegar or another solution and left to ferment, by either immersing them in an acidic solution or by souring by lacto-fermentation.
So can rabbits eat dill pickles at all?
Unfortunately, they cant eat them at all, they are just too bad for them and will hurt them if they eat them. They are definitely a food to avoid giving to bunnies.
Originally posted 2015-01-21 23:06:41.
Gum trees are another name for eucayptus trees and are a diverse genus of flowering trees and shrubs in the myrtle family. They dominate the tree flora of Australia and there are more than 700 species across Australia, and New Guinea and Indonesia.
So can rabbits eat gum tree branches and leaves?
Unfortunately, there is too much oil in them for rabbits to eat. They will cause a stomach upset if they eat them so are best avoided.
Originally posted 2015-01-12 23:45:01.
Chocolate chip cookies are a favourite biscuit of many around the world. They are usually circular in shape with chocolate chips mixed in them.
So can rabbits eat chocolate chip cookies at all?
Unfortunately, they are just too sweet for rabbits. They are fine for them to have a nibble but should not be eaten by them any more than that.
Originally posted 2015-01-08 21:41:25.
Bay leaves are leaves that are aromatic and used for cooking.
These types of leaves include Bay laurels, California bay leaves, Indian bay leaves, Indonesian bay leaves, West Indian bay leaves, or Mexican bay leaves.
They are most often used to flavour foods by the ancient greeks and is today used in European and Asian cuisine. They are often used in meat, seafood, vegetable dishes, sauces soups and stew dishes.
So can Rabbits eat Bay leaves at all?
Unfortunately, Rabbits cant eat them at all. Rabbits just cant handle the flavour of them
So it is better not to purposely feed them bay leaves.
Originally posted 2015-01-01 20:33:00.
Oatmeal is also known as white oats and is ground oat groats or porridge that is made from oat. Oatmeal is rolled, crushed, or steel-cut and often sold in grocery stores and supermarkets all across the world.
It is often eaten as a breakfast cereal whereby it is cooked in water or milk and often served with a topping.
So can rabbits eat cooked oatmeal at all?
Unfortunately, they cant eat it at all.
Rabbits cannot eat cooked foods, they can only eat it in its raw state. In fact oatmeal is good for them to chew on supplementing their main diet nicely.
Originally posted 2015-01-01 02:19:27.
The thing with rabbits is that when it comes to heat, they don’t respond to it very well. Because they have a thick coat of fur they are designed to stay insulated and so it is very easy for them to overheat.
So they love it when they have things to keep them cool during times when the sun is bearing down on them.
So if they are overheating can they be given ice to eat?
Yes they certainly can and it will help them to keep cool. It is perfectly fine for them to nibble on an ice cube. They may even enjoy having an ice cube rubbed on them if it gets really hot.
Remember ice is only frozen water which is the best kind of liquid for them.
As rabbits are more susceptible to heatstroke than humans then ice can help to keep them cool.
In winter if there is ice around then it is fine for rabbits to chew on it, it wont do them any harm. They will know what to chew and what not to chew.
If you are planning to give your rabbit some ice, just make sure it isn’t flavoured in any way, plain ice is fine for them. Any ice that has been flavoured with sugared juice is not good for them.
Originally posted 2014-12-08 10:18:10.
Baby food is an easy consumed and soft food or formula for very young children that is made specifically for babies who do not have the ability to chew food. Babies between the age of four months and two years normally to eat baby food like this and it comes in a number of different tastes and varieties. It is often bought in jars or cans and then served in dishes for the baby.
So can rabbits eat baby food at all?
Unfortunately they cant eat baby food as they cannot eat what it contains. They cannot eat processed foods or any foods that have been cooked. If you are thinking about it, then it just isnt worth feeding them baby food at all
Originally posted 2014-12-05 23:03:51.
Blood Oranges have a crimson almost blood coloured flesh which makes them a most distinguishable orange.
It is much smaller than your usual orange and has a distinctive dark colour due to the presence of anthocyanins, which are a family of antioxidant pigments that are found in many flowers and fruit, but aren’t found in many citrus fruits. Blood Oranges taste quite like raspberries.
So can rabbits eat blood oranges and if the can how much of them can they eat?
Let’s take a look at their nutritional data and find out more about them.
In particular their sugar, fat, phosphorous, acidic, protein and calcium content particularly of interest.
Amounts Per Selected Serving%DV
Calories 50.0(209 kJ) 3%
From Carbohydrate 50.0(209 kJ)
Total Carbohydrate 11.4g4%
Dietary Fiber 2.1g9%
Total Fat 0.0g 0%
Saturated Fat 0.0g 0%
Protein 0.0g 0%
Vitamin A214IU 4%
Vitamin C 51.4mg 86%
As you can see blood oranges contain a lot of sugar, and fibre, and some calcium but are quite acidic as per usual with citrus fruit.
They are not great for rabbits to eat as they are very sweet and bad for their teeth. But can be eaten in small amounts if you really want to. But do be careful when feeding to them and if you are uncertain about them, then always veer on the side of caution.
Originally posted 2014-12-05 22:19:26.
Plums are a great food to eat for all the family and are grown in most places in the northern hemisphere.
So can rabbits eat plum branches at all?
Unfortunately they cant at all because they cannot eat stone-fruit branches such as cherry and peach.
This is because the hardwood from stone-fruits has arsenic in it and will make them seriously ill, if not kill them if digested.
The same goes for peach tree fruit and leaves. So if you have a peach tree in your back yard or garden, it is worth moving your rabbits accomodation well away from the peach tree.
Originally posted 2014-10-12 08:50:00.
Rabbits are well known for loving fruit tree branches because of their love for chewing them.
They love the taste and they help to wear down their teeth.
So what about trees such as the cherry tree. Can rabbits eat cherry tree branches?
Unfortunately no they can’t.
Rabbits cant eat any tree branches from fruit with stones in them. This includes fruit branches from fruit such as peaches, plums and apricots.
They cant even eat their leaves, let alone their fruit because they are bad for them.
So steer clear of feeding them cherry tree branches, and if their hutch is close to a cherry tree, then it would be a good idea to move it to another location.
Originally posted 2014-10-11 20:51:52.