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Monday, March 16, 2015

Blog Review!


I have been looking at many different blogs about training and caring for pets. While looking at these blogs I found a really awesome blog about rabbits. The another did a great job finding good information and sharing it. The background works great with the pictures. The info in the blog is very helpful and they do seem credible. I cant find the comments on the blog or a place to comment on it. I read some of there post and I found alot more info about caring for rabbits then I knew about. i really like this blog cause of the facts and the pictures on it and if you have just gotten a new rabbit you should defiantly should check it out. in one of her posts she tells all about a rabbits diet and she says a mix of hay vegetables and pellets, will make for a happy and healthy rabbit. the vegetables that rabbits can have are Bok choy' Broccoli leaves (stems or tops can make rabbits gassy), Carrot tops (carrots are high in calcium and should be given sparingly), Celery, Cilantro, Clover, Collard greens, Dandelion leaves, Dill, Kale (sparingly), Lettuce – romaine or dark leaf (no iceberg lettuce and no cabbage), Mint, Mustard greens, Parsley, and Water cress. They also can have some fruit like Strawberries, Raspberries, Bananas, Pineapple, and Apples (no seeds).  she says that the kind of hay the can have are timothy, grass, and oat hays, while younger rabbits should be fed alfalfa. Alfalfa should not be given to adult rabbits because of the higher protein and sugar content. If you would like to check this website out then click here

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