I will have to work my way out the system and get some herb seeds to grow next to my tomato plants. Are all herbs okay for him to eat?If I'd live on a countryside I'd be growing my vegetables and herbs! It is so easy just sow some cilantro, thyme, dill, mint, or buy if they sell herbs in pots in your supermarket you can use them just cut the greens and what is in the pot you can use as seedlings just plant them and they will regrow in a couple weeks and you will have your own for free! You can even grow on your windowsill all year round, I grow some herbs even on my landlords backyard
Rome as in romaine lettuce? As long as it's leafy and green without other stuff in it, it should be fine.Also, IS ROME SALAD OKAY to give? A big chunk of that is cheaper than a little package of cliantro.
I laughed out loud when I read this. You are far from the only one! I have tasted various brands of pellet, critical care/recovery food and hay over the years. If it goes in one of my rabbit's mouths, I can pretty much guarantee it's gone in mine at some point . Both because I'm weird and because it helps me understand what they like and don't like.I have actually eaten some pellets myself(i have no idea why, shared with my pet, most likely) and they tasted very much like hay-based stuff, because as far as my knowledge goes, alfalfa is more grassy.
Not sure if this site has been provided yet, but it's a good vet list from the respected House Rabbit Society. I found it very useful when searching for an experienced vet for my mini-lop: https://rabbit.org/vet-listings/ Scroll to the bottom for International Veterinarian Listings. - Hope it helps!I am soon in need of a checkup of my French lop boy Musti and I live in an area not many vets have the skills to deal with rabbits. Does anyone happen to know any rabbit-friendly vets in Estonia?