Can anybody tell me the best vegetables/fruit that contain water/fluid to give to rabbits please?
I know that cucumber contains a lot of fluid but sadly my rabbit doesn’t like cucumbers, typical haha
- NamelessLv 72 months agoFavourite answer
If he has water available to him I really wouldn't worry. Some veggies have more water than others but its really not going to make much of a difference. Just give him his regular veggies.
- pattyLv 62 months ago
lettuce is high in water.
- ckngbbblsLv 72 months ago
just make sure your rabbit has a source of fresh water. Watery veggies also don't contain enough calories and nutrients for bunnies. Nor do they help with keeping a rabbits teeth trimmed down like timothy hay and rabbit pellets do.
- MatthewLv 62 months ago
Have you tried watermelon. Cantaloupe honeydew melons. Any one of the melon family will be full of water
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- MaxiLv 72 months ago
Hay or grass should form the majority of your rabbit’s diet around 80-90%, it should be clean and fresh, and always available.
Rabbits can eat the following veg: Basil Broccoli Beetroot greens Dark Green cabbage Carrot tops and roots Cauliflower and leaves Celeriac Celery Coriander Curly Kale Courgette Dill Fennel Mint Marrow Parsley Parsnip Peppers – green Pumpkin Radish Greens and Roots Rocket Salad greens and lettuce (not too many) and not iceberg lettuce Spinach Spring Greens Sprouts Squash (any type) Sweet potatoes (as a treat) Tomatoes in small quantities Watercress
- Anonymous2 months ago
Feed them things that crunch, not squish.
- ChristineLv 72 months ago
Avoid giving rabbits vegetables that have a lot of water in them, like lettuce, watermelon, cucumbers. Your rabbit is smart to not eat the cucumber. Give them root crops instead. They are especially fond of carrots. It's better to provide water to your rabbits in a water dish or dropper dispenser rather than in their food.