mmmI really don't have hay since Idk where to get those, although I always give them leafy greens and some grass, is that okay?
hay can be found in local farms if you have any near you. But if you have a lot of grass (pesticide-free), that should be fine. As long as there is enough for them to eat their body size in it a day. Also, fibrous leaves (such as certain palm leaves) will work too.I really don't have hay since idk where to get those, although I always give them leafy greens and some grass, is that okay?
It is the same. Grass hay is just dried grass, which is grown outdoors. Though there are different varieties and different cuts and the maturity of cuts. If you're thinking lawn grass, that can sometimes be an issue, like if it's been sprayed, cut by a lawnmower, or if it's a very early spring growth that can sometimes be too rich.mmm
that's no good, hay is 80% of their diet. you could always just order online. grass is not the same, and can have bad stuff on them if u get them from outside
Is this because your rabbit is only choosing to eat every 5 hours or because you're only feeding every 5 hours? Is your rabbit a healthy weight and has a good body condition? Are your rabbits poops a good size and normal round shape?Hi i don't know if other people will see this but I have a question,, is it okay for my rabbit to only eat every 5 hours? I'm a new member btw nice to meet you guys