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Jazlyn
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Some rabbits never eat pellets, so I’m sure a tsp would be fine! I have heard of some people only feeding their rabbits hay and a handul of veggies.
To ensure my buns eat as much hay as possible, I have bought them hay mats and plenty of hay toys. I also spread some hay on the floor along with their hay racks.
Unfortunately, I cannot help you with your second question as mine have never had to deal with a dental problem. I hope everything works out with your bunnies though, good luck!