What foods stop your rabbit from eating more hay?
The more of these foods that you feed your rabbit, the less hay they will eat.
Meet Slush, he likes to play in hay but would never eat any of it.
Needless to say he had poop problems... until his diet was changed. We stopped feeding him salads and he magically started eating more hay and his poop got better! No more uneaten ceacotropes or poop on a string (early warning signs of stasis).
You may be worried that your rabbit will not get enough water and nutrients in their diet if they aren't eating their salads and veggies...
Do you have a hard time getting your rabbit to drink enough water?
Does Grass Hay Provide Enough Nutrition to Keep Your Rabbit Healthy?
Grass hay is a great source of fiber but you need to fill the holes/deficiencies by supplementing their diet with additional protein, vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients.
Example of a healthy well balanced diet.
Farm raised salads, veggies and hay leave nutritional gaps in your rabbits diet. Feeding Sherwood pellets is the best way to provide the needed protein, vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients. As a result of eating hay and Sherwood pellets you'll see your rabbit transform into a Healthier and Hoppier member of your family.
To encourage your rabbit to eat more hay just cut back on veggies, greens and treats. You'll then see them eat tons more hay and drink more water than ever before. It will flush their urinary tract. Then introduce Sherwood's hay-based pellets to provide them with balanced nutrition and watch them transform into a Healthier and Hoppier rabbit!
ps. If you have cut back feeding greens and treats and your rabbit now eats more hay, has better poop, and drinks more water please share their story below!
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