We got a rabbit today from pets at home from their adoption centre part of store. They said he's about 18 months old and is quite a large rabbit.
We want to change bus food but know we have to do it gradually. We still have some selective food left over from when our old rabbit died last year (new bag unopened). So today I went back out and brought pets at home own brand of nuggets so he's getting fed what he's used to. But they only had the infant one which the man said would be fine it's just smaller and had a slightly higher fat content. But I just don't know how much to feed him
The largest size on the feeding guideline is 1-1.5kg and feed 25-35g but obviously that's a baby rabbit. And as I've said he's pretty big! So how much should I be feeding him? Or do I save the guess work and try and get a proper adult one tomorrow?
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Cupcakes1234 · 09/01/2019 17:58
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