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My newest bunny is just a little over 13 weeks old, so I thought it would be a good time to start introducing vegetables to his diet. I checked http://www.rabbit.org/faq/sections/...tml#babies and thy said to start at 12 weeks so I was good to go. I gave him a couple of slices of carrot and he loved it. I haven't had a baby bunny before so I just want to make sure this is next part is okay.
I moved him into his play area in the kitchen and since he isn't litter trained yet, I noticed that there were some small poops. Tiny actually. They look similar to cecotropes, but not mushy and not clustered. I know that some rabbits systems can't handle all veggies, so I was just wondering if that was normal when starting a veggie diet, or does that mean I shouldn't give him carrots? Not sure if this helps, but he eats unlimited pellets and alfalfa hay.
Here's the veggie list from HRS - I recommend you read it in it's ENTIRETY and not just read the list - it's been updated and has lots of good info and dispels some myths as well about what we thought in the past: