Are Citrus Leaves Safe?

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Kricket

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Can my buns have citrus leaves? Citrus blossoms? What about dried citrus branches/twigs?

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Shorty, Star & Krick
 

WOW ! hmmmmmm citrus leaves, I have no clue ? I dont knowwhat the make up of the branches, leaves .flowers are , I dont even knowif they are toxic but I will do a searchand see what i can find ? I know the skin of thefruit is acidic . let me get back to you .
 

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You can further enrich your pet’s life by providing him with rawuntreated citrus branches or untreated scraps of wood on which they canchew.

I wasnt able to find anything about leaves though :? Maybe Gypsy will find something better about the leaves :)

~Amy

 

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I wouldn't of thought so because rabbits canteat citrus fruits because they contain too high a acid PH I don't knowwhat the PH is in the leaves so I would stay clear of them.
 

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Ya I have never given them to my pets, Ijust found that off the internet, I would ask your rabbit savvy vetbefore feeding your rabbits something you dont know much about :D

~Amy
 

I have searchedand searched I cant find anything onthe branches nor the leaves of citrustrees . JMO but if it isnt listed as aproven food I personallywouldnt feed it out , I wouldbe Leery not knowing what conciquencesit can cause , Where guiniapigs can have it im not too sure about rabbits. I wouldnt even suggest tryingit .
 

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