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FLEMISH giant bunny, feeding advice.

Discussion in 'Rabbits' started by Kitty1111, Dec 10, 2020.


  1. Kitty1111

    Kitty1111 PetForums Newbie

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    Hello! Hope anyone reading is good and well.

    I have a 9 week old, male Flemish giant.
    He is settling in, slowly but surely, but I keep getting confused as to how much I should feet him and when?
    I see so much conflicting information about this and I’m getting a little bit stressed as I want to make sure he is well fed and happy.
    At his first vet visit last week he was a bit underweight so is going back next week for a weight check.
    He refuses to even nibble two types of alfalfa pellets I’ve given him so I tried a pellet for junior rabbits with no alfalfa in it and he eats it happily.
    He has unlimited access to Timothy hay and love his veggies.

    Please help me! I want to get it right and I can’t find the right answers.

    Kitty x
     
  2. Corneal

    Corneal Shelly

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    He is getting (it will soon be when he’s older) lots of veg each day too right?
     
  3. Kitty1111

    Kitty1111 PetForums Newbie

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    yes! Plenty veg. The vet says it’s ok so long as he hasn’t got diarrhoea.
     
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