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Forum THE LOUNGE Bunny sludge

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    • BunnyLass568
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      Sorry for posting again so soon but I found a recipe for a bunny treat I call “bunny sludge” and thought I’d share!…I hope I didn’t post this already….

       

      Since no one will let me put bunny treats that have pellets in them (nor do we have the “good” oats) I created my own bunny treat a little and in less than 5 minutes it was completely gone! (This is also a treat that can be used for humans too!) All you need for materials is a blender, knife, and a dish to put the “sludge” in.

      Ingredients:
      1 apple or 1 banana
      Kale
      Parsley/parsley flakes

      Steps:
      Cut up the banana and/or apple till you get the amount you want
      Put in kale
      Put in parsley/parsley flakes
      Blend until it comes out smooth
      Put in dish(es)
      Garnish with a slice of apple (if you want to)
      Serve!

      Super easy and super quick and you can change the ingredients if you so desire

        ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Pets-Current: Blossom and Thumper (3 year old buns) and Demon (13 year old Lhasa Apso)💖💖💖💖 Pets-Passed away: Hailey (9 years old, half rat terrier and miniature pincher, 2-5-2019) and Monster (13 years old, mixed breed, Lhasa Apso and some form of terrier, 9-14-2020) 💔💔💔💔


    • Bunstar
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      Cute, thanks for sharing!! I clicked your thread because I thought you were experiencing bunny sludge and needed help! Bunny sludge being the term used to describe bladder infections and excess calcium deposit in bunny urine!

      I think I will test our your recipe today though as I have an old banana to find a use for!


      • BunnyLass568
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        Thank you! You’re welcome and I didn’t know that. I hope your buns like it!

          ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Pets-Current: Blossom and Thumper (3 year old buns) and Demon (13 year old Lhasa Apso)💖💖💖💖 Pets-Passed away: Hailey (9 years old, half rat terrier and miniature pincher, 2-5-2019) and Monster (13 years old, mixed breed, Lhasa Apso and some form of terrier, 9-14-2020) 💔💔💔💔


    • DanaNM
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      hahah @Bunstar I did the same thing when I first saw this post. I saw the pic and thought “OH NO” until I read it!

      . . . The answers provided in this discussion are for general guideline purposes only. The information is not intended to diagnose or treat your pet. Seek the advice of your veterinarian or a qualified behaviorist.  

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