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When I used baby food in the past, I got an organic brand. I would get whatever flavor would be most appealing to your bunny. What is his favorite fruit or veggie? Baby food shouldn’t have any added sugar, but it will have some natural sugar from the fruit. You would only add a spoonful to the Critical Care mixture, so that wouldn’t add much sugar.

Is he eating any greens at all? Since he isn’t drinking water, if he is eating something like greens, you can make sure that you wet them before feeding them to him. Make sure that you have plenty of tempting greens on hand for him.

In addition to motility drugs, such as Reglan or cisapride, a vet may give a B-12 shot to a rabbit in the hope that it may stimulate his appetite. Every vet will be somewhat different in their treatment.