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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A HELP!!! My Rabbit don’t love to eat hay ???? RE: HELP!!! My Rabbit don’t love to eat hay ????


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I agree with Azerane, I’d try to find some pellets for adult rabbits, preferably based on timothy hay. I see that Dr Bunny Profood has adult pellets as well. They seem to be reasonably well-balanced nutrition-wise, even if they are based on alfalfa. The calcium to phosphorus-ratio seems good to me. https://www.tokopedia.com/mybunbunshop/dr313-dr-bunny-profood-senior-rabbit-food-25kg

You could perhaps switch over to that brand, only you won’t need a 25 kg bag of course, so I hope it’s available in smaller size packages.