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Forum DIET & CARE DIY Treats

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    • BunnyLass568
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      Sorry for posting so much in such a short amount of time but I was wondering earlier if anyone has a DIY treat that doesn’t require hay, pellets, oats or oat flour. My parents won’t let me use the oven if a treat has hay or pellets and I’m kinda weary of oats and I’m hot sure how to use oat flour.

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    • Cinnimon&Ollie
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      This video has two that sounds like it would work. I did the apple slice one and my bunnies loved it. I didn’t try the rose one, but I might soon. Hopes this helps fond some tasty snacks.


    • Bam
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      Oven-dried apple or carrot slices are very popular with rabbits. (They must of course be fed in moderation, same as any other treats.)

       

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