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    Hi, 

      I am just after a bit of advice regarding flower petal treats. One of my bunnies has what appears to be a very sensitive stomach. So they don’t get any treats like heavy vegetables or anything with soy, or that just generally look too manufactured. It’s just not worth it. I have been giving them flower petals recently though. I ordered the ‘tasty tortoise mix’ from Amazon. They absolutely love them. I can’t find any warnings online about limits though. Obviously it’s a treat. but does anyone know if they can be given daily or if it should be limited to once a week or something? It seems like a really good treat idea, not a heavy vegetable, light and natural, I’m just cautious about being a bit too enthusiastic with them and then realizing they’ve caused an major upset. Any words of warning? 

    Thanks


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