Question by  guruthilak (11)

What do you feed a Flemish giant rabbit, what is their normal diet?

I have a flemish rabbit and need to know what to feed him.


Answer by  Clement (1453)

The most important dietary component for Flemish giants, as for other rabbits, is hay. Grass hay is considered to be preferable to legume hays. Moreover, they should receive leafy vegetables and fruit or carrots.


Answer by  itsmeagain (177)

Pet stores sell rabbit pellets - or rabbit chow. Flemish rabbits require rabbit pellets (18% protein) and roughage. Try alfalfa hay. Depending on the age of the rabbit, you may also give fresh veggies. Young rabbits should get veggies as a treat once a week. Mature rabbits can have veggies daily (up to 1 cup).


Answer by  Bob3782 (161)

You can buy rabbit food to feed to your rabbit. This is in pellet form. If his diet is based on the pellets, the rabbit needs to drink lots of water. Rabbits also like to eat herbs.


Answer by  dcbuis85 (267)

They need to have hay in their diet at all times to give them enough fiber to keep their gut moving. They also need to have a variety of vegetables, especially leafy greens, and fruits for an occasional treat.

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