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I was also in same situation with the pellets – didn’t want to do the Erin thing and not really sure which way was best
I started unlimited ( since it seemed like most including pack recommend that ) but it didn’t work for me …. Oakley would eat too many and his little fat belly would always feel full of pellets and he wasn’t eating enough hay. My vet said that he personally recommends it’s limited from baby – I guess it’s a personal thing.
If he is a good weight with unlimited and still eats enough hay – then do unlimited until 6months
If he doesn’t stay a good weight or he isn’t eating enough hay then limit it. Mines a holland lop and he just has 1/8cup morning and 1/8 cup at night of oxbow pellets – rest is hay . But that is what works for mine – if unsure on amounts and his weight etc a vet discussion would be best