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Home Forums HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Can I feed veggies from my tortoise’s enclosure?

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    SeeShmemilyPlay
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    I’m planning on planting some rabbit/tortoise safe veggies in my tort’s enclosure for him to munch on. Is there a salmonella risk of feeding my buns part of the plants that grow in there?


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    Taloan7
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    Personally I wouldn’t risk it. From what I’ve read rabbits can get salmonella, and since tortoises can be carriers I would think there’s always the potential for contamination. I’d err on the side of caution. I also have a bunny and a tortoise


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    vanessa
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    I had a tortoise. I wouldn’t risk the salmonella contamination.


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    SeeShmemilyPlay
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    Makes sense, thank you!


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