I have 3 apples and two rabbits. A rabbit ate an apple and I added one. The rabbits ate one each how many apples did the rabbits eat together?
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Rabbits can and do eat apple because rabbits usually have a sweet tooth and they love apple and other fruits, but they should eat it only as a treat or else they will likely b…ecome ill. Wild rabbits do not eat apple or other fruit on a regular basis. Too many treats can lead to a variety of illnesses in rabbits. If you want to feed your rabbit a treat, a small bite or two of apple every few days should probably be fine, so long as your rabbit is also healthy and eating a balanced diet. See the related question below for more info and helpful links about the rabbit diet. Apple seeds are toxic to rabbits, so always remove them beforehand; rabbits should never eat apple seeds -- it can make them very sick.
Yes, they can.
Rex rabbits eat the same diet as all pet rabbits. Rex rabbits, like all pet rabbits, can eat apple as a treat. So long as your rabbit is healthy, and eating a balanced diet, a… bite or two of apple every few days shouldn't be a problem. Too many treats can lead to illness in rabbits. Apple seeds are toxic to rabbits, so always remove them beforehand. See the related question below for more details and helpful links about the rabbit diet.
They will love you forever but also get fat. Apples have a lot of sugar which is not good for a bunny's intestinal track. Feed apple to rabbits only in serious moderation (one… small piece a week). Obesity is only one of many possible illnesses that rabbits can suffer from eating too many treats. There are many ways to get your rabbit to love you forever that won't endanger it's health and life (such as a new toy, or a long cuddle, or a supervised trip to a strange or favoured part of the home).
Baby rabbits shouldn't eat any fruit at all, including apples. . Once they're weaned, baby rabbits should eat a diet of unlimited alfalfa hay and high-quality pellets . Fr…esh leafy greens can be introduced in tiny portions at 12 weeks . Fruit and other vegetables (like carrot) can be introduced in tiny portions at 6 months . Between 7 and 12 months of age, rabbits should be slowly transitioned to an adult diet Warning : Always make diet changes gradually with rabbits: even a switch to a healthier diet can make a rabbit very sick if not done properly. New foods should always be introduced one at a time and in small portions; rabbit owners should then observe their rabbit's health before increasing portions or introducing new foods (in particular, watch for signs of gas, mushy stool, and poisoning/allergies.) See the related questions/links below for more details. yes
No, rabbits should never eat apple seeds. They can eat the fruit, leaves, and stems, but the seeds are poisonous. The fruit should be strictly limited because too much sugar c…an wreak havoc on a bunny's health (one or two bites every couple days should be fine, assuming your rabbit is otherwise healthy and eating a healthy diet.)
If rabbits eat too many apples (or too much of any treat), a variety of things could happen, including: . A sugar spike in the diet can unbalance the bacteria in the gut, l…eading to gas or other digestive problems, and from there to GI stasis (a serious, even deadly illness). . The rabbit's appetite for hay could be "spoiled" for awhile, and a reduction in fibre in the diet can lead to cecal dysbiosis or other digestive problems, and from there again to GI stasis; a long-term reduction in fibre can also lead to dental illness. . A diet high in sugar can lead in the long-term to obesity, which itself can lead to organ illnesses; arthritis, sore hocks, or other structural/bone illnesses; and skin illnesses because the rabbit has reduced mobility and ability to groom itself. . If the rabbit consumes too many apple seeds, poisoning could result (apple seeds are toxic to rabbits). . Nothing, i.e. you got lucky.
Apple seeds are toxic to rabbits and many animals. Apple seeds contain a cyanide compound -- this is what makes them poisonous.
Yes, all rabbits can eat apples, although apple shouldn't be a large part of any rabbit's diet. A small bite or two of apple every few days should probably be okay as a treat …(assuming your rabbit is healthy and otherwise eating a healthy diet). Apple seeds are toxic and should be removed before any apple is given to a rabbit. See the related question below about rabbit diet for more info and helpful links.
Yes, rabbits can eat apple with the skin on, but only as a treat. Always remove apple seeds, because these are poisonous to rabbits (and many other animals). Rabbits should mo…stly eat lots of hay, with some fresh greens and pellets daily, and water. Fruit (like apple) is okay for rabbits as a treat in moderation. A bite or two of apple every few days is fine for a healthy rabbit that eats a balanced, healthy diet. See the related question below for more details.
Yes, apples and pears are excellent treats for rabbits over six months of age. Do not feed any treats to bunnies under six months: feed them pellets, hay, and water only. Rabb…its older than six months can eat treats in moderation, so long as they're healthy and eating a balanced diet. A small bite or two of apple or pear every few days probably won't hurt your rabbit. Adult rabbits should mostly eat hay, with some fresh greens and high-quality pellets daily; treats should be limited.
Rabbits can eat apple in any form -- chopped, chunks, sliced; however, they can't eat a whole apple, because the seeds are toxic to them. Rabbits also shouldn't eat very much …apple, because it's a treat for them, not a regular part of their diet. A bite or two of apple once or twice a week should be fine so long as your rabbit is healthy and eating a balanced diet. Too many treats can lead to illness in rabbits. See the related question below for more details and helpful links about the rabbit diet.
Yes, but only as a treat (a small bite or two once or twice a week). Too many treats can lead to illness in rabbits. Rabbits should mostly eat hay, with some fresh greens and …pellets daily, and water. See the related question below for more info.
Pure apple sauce (100% apples) is okay for rabbits in extreme moderation (a tiny lick every once in a while), but it's probably better that you avoid it entirely and stick to …fresh apple (or other fruits or veggies) when you want to give a bunny a treat. Apple sauce is higher in sugar than fresh apple, and sugar really should be limited in your rabbit's diet. Too many treats can lead to many different kinds of illnesses in rabbits. Sometimes a vet might recommend mixing medicine into apple sauce if your rabbit is sick. Your vet might recommend mixing a bit of apple sauce in a force-feeding mixture, too.
No, rabbits don't usually die from eating apple. Apple seeds contain a cyanide compound, which is dangerous and toxic to rabbits, so if a rabbit eats many apple seeds, it will… probably fall ill. Also, if rabbits eat too many treats, they will probably fall ill. And, if a sick rabbit isn't brought to the vet, it will probably die. But, if your rabbit is healthy, and eating a balanced diet, and doesn't eat any apple seeds, a bite or two of apple every few days is a perfectly acceptable treat.
Yes, they can if they choose to. If your rabbit likes apple peels, only feed it to her as a treat. Rabbits should mostly eat lots of hay, with some fresh greens and high-quali…ty pellets daily, and water. Too many treats can lead to illness in rabbits. A tablespoon of treat food (like fresh fruit or vegetable) per day is the recommended maximum for a 6 pound rabbit. See the related question below for more details and helpful links.