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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A How to feed bonded pair

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    • Moonlightbunny66
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      I like to spread out veggies and pellets on the floor so the bunnies can have some activity and I can prevent choking. But I want to make sure they are getting even portions. The vet said that Muffin shouldn’t gain any more weight.

      They always follow each other and eat the same pieces of veggies and eat out of each other’s mouths. I don’t want to separate them for eating cause I feel like it helps with their bond. But I did think about feeding one bunny in the pen and the other outside the pen. But it would be hard to get them separate like that cause they both want the food lol. What do you guys do? I’m also not sure if one bunny is getting more pellets than the other. They’ll eat in one spot then walk around together.

      Also can you feed bok choy everyday? I read that you can I just wanna double check with you guys.


    • HipHopBunny
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      They most likely even it out. 🙂 If you are worried though, and/or you do see Muffin getting a bit of a tummy, what you could do, is have them eat half of their dinner/breakfast in food dishes, then sprinkle the rest over their pen. I do agree, it strengthens their bond to eat together, hopefully doing half and half will do the trick. 🙂


    • Moonlightbunny66
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      Thank you HipHopBunny! I could try that. 🙂

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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A How to feed bonded pair