From an older post: “ADVICE FROM A RABBIT” by Ilan Shamir (Consejos de un conejo)

ADVICE FROM A RABBIT

  • Be a good listener

  • Eat plenty of greens

  • Let your dreams multiply

  • Hop to it!

  • Know when to be still

  • Spend time in nature

  • Don’t worry , be happy!

by Ilan Shamir

Advice Series (c) Ilan Shamir.

Used by Permission.  yourtruenature.comS

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  • Carrots shouldn’t be main sources of food.
  • Rabbits don’t naturally eat root vegetables/fruit. Carrots/fruit are high in sugar and should only be fed in small amounts as occasional treats.
  • Rabbits need mainly hay and/or grass, some leafy greens and a small, measured amount of pellets
  • Rabbits shouldn’t eat some lettuces (e.g. iceberg) as they contain lactucarium which can be harmful in large quantities.
  • Some lettuce is “worse” than others – light-colored varieties are high in water and have very little nutritional value, so are not recommended.
  • Darker, more leafy and fibrous varieties (e.g. romaine lettuce) should be fed, as they are higher in fibre and actual nutrients. Introduce gradually to avoid digestive problems. Large amounts of lettuce, for a rabbit unused to it, can cause digestive upsets.
  • Remember hay and/or grass are much more important and should make up the majority of diet. See: feeding tips to ensure rabbits eat plenty of hay.
  • Eating lots of hay/grass helps wear down rabbits’ constantly growing teeth and
  • keeps tummies healthy.

Reference: https://www.rspca.org.uk/adviceandwelfare/pets/rabbits/diet/myths

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CONSEJOS DE UN CONEJO

  • Sé un buen oyente

  • Come muchos vegetales

  • Deja que tus sueños se multipliquen

  • Salta hacia lo que deseas!

  • Sabe cuando quedarte quieto

  • Pasa tiempo en la naturaleza

  • No te preocupes, sé feliz!

 Ilan Shamir

Series de Consejos (c) Ilan Shamir.

Usado con permiso.  yourtruenature.com

 

  • Las zanahorias no deben ser las principales fuentes de alimento.
  •     Los conejos no comen naturalmente vegetales de raíz / fruta. Zanahorias / fruta son altos en azúcar y sólo debe ser alimentado en pequeñas cantidades como golosinas ocasionales.
  •     Los conejos necesitan principalmente heno y / o hierba, algunos verdes frondosos y una pequeña cantidad medida de pellets
  •     Los conejos no deben comer algunas lechugas (por ejemplo iceberg) ya que contienen lactucarium que puede ser dañino en grandes cantidades.
  •     Algunas lechugas son “peores” que otras – las variedades de color claro son altas en agua y tienen muy poco valor nutricional, por lo que no se recomiendan.
  •     Las variedades más oscuras, más frondosas y fibrosas (por ejemplo, lechuga romaine) son mejor para su alimentacion , ya que son más altas en fibra y nutrientes reales. Se deben introducir gradualmente para evitar problemas digestivos. Grandes cantidades de lechuga, para un conejo no acostumbrado pueden causar trastornos digestivos.
  •     Recuerde que el heno y / o la hierba son mucho más importantes y deben constituir la mayoría de la dieta. Vea: consejos de alimentación para asegurarse de que los conejos coman bastante heno.
  •     Comer mucho heno / hierba ayuda a desgastar los dientes de crecimiento constante de los conejos y mantiene la barriga sana.

 

Reference: https://www.rspca.org.uk/adviceandwelfare/pets/rabbits/diet/myths

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. So cute little darlings are they and yes their advice and to follow them are awesome for our health. Lovely post, dear Amira.

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    1. Thank you so much dear Kamal! So true, they are adorable, and like all animals and nature, there is always something to learn from them… 🙂 ❤

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      1. Yes so much to learn from them and they are such darlings. Welcome Amira.

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