Hay is essential to a rabbit's health—keeping his digestive system moving—and should be unlimited and available at all times
TREATS: Although pet store shelves are full of commercial rabbit treats, they should be avoided and healthy treats should be extremely limited. A healthy treat, for example, could be one baby carrot or a thin slice of banana or apple, or a few raisins 1 or 2 times a week are some rabbits' favorite healthy treat. High-carbohydrate and high-sugar treats can cause health issues including obesity and digestive upset, which can kill a rabbit. PELLETS: Fresh, high-fibre (20-25%), low-protein (14-15%) and low-calcium (<1%) pellets should be given in limited quantities depending on the rabbit's age, metabolism and health. Any pet store pellet with colorful treats, corn or seeds should be avoided, as these are added purely to entice the human buying the product, and are unhealthy for your rabbit. HAY: is essential to a rabbit's health— Eating hay promotes healthy teeth and gastrointestinal tract keeping his digestive system moving and should be available and unlimited to your rabbit at all times. VEGETABLES: Select at least three kinds of vegetables weekly. A variety is necessary in order to obtain the necessary nutrients, with one each day that contains Vitamin A. Add one vegetable to the diet at a time. Eliminate if it causes soft stools or diarrhea.
DEFINITE NO-NO'S: These are food that should NEVER be given Chocolate (this is poisonous!) - Biscuits - Crackers - Breakfast Cereal - Yogurt Drops - Pasta - Bread - Most Human Treats.