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Rabbit diet advice: yours to download for free

Looking for rabbit diet advice for your pet rabbit? This FREE download is full of handy diet and nutrition advice for rabbit owners. This rabbit advice guide is supplied courtesy of the veterinary staff at Castle Vets in Launceston.

Rabbit diet advice: yours to download for free

Useful advice for you pet rabbits diet. This FREE download is full of handy diet and nutrition advice for rabbit owners. This rabbit advice guide is supplied courtesy of the veterinary staff at Castle Vets in Launceston.

Why the right diet is essential to your rabbit’s health

A free rabbit diet advice guide designed for rabbit owners…

Topics included in this download;

  • Diet advice
  • Food recommendations
  • Stimulation during feeding time
  • 10% discount off rabbit food for life when you join the Castle Care Club

Download your free booklet

Enter your details below and we’ll send you a link to download this useful PDF guide for rabbit owners.

  • By completing this form and receiving your download you agree to sign up to our mailing list and receive future marketing.
Terms and conditions: By downloading this PDF document from our website you are giving us (Castle Veterinary Group Ltd) consent to add you to our customer mailing list. You may unsubscribe at any time. We promise not to send you any unsolicited emails and will never give your information to any other company. You can view the Castle Vets privacy policy here.

What’s inside?

This rabbit diet advice guide is for pet rabbit owners. It gives you the essential diet recommendations to ensure your rabbit remains healthy and happy.

Here’s an extract to get you started;

Rabbits have evolved to eat grass.

They’re born with stomachs and teeth built for eating a lot of grass, a lot of the time. They can get nearly all the nutrition they need from this, it keeps their teeth trim and their gut healthy, and keeps them mentally stimulated by grubbing around trying to find the tastiest, tenderest morsels to nibble on.

In order to maintain the health of our rabbits, we need to try and replicate this natural diet and way of eating as best we can by providing high-fibre food presented in interesting ways.

We’re not talking about becoming a gourmet chef for your pampered pet, just picking the right foods and using everyday objects to enrich their environment, and therefore their lives…

Why the right diet is essential to your rabbit’s health

A free rabbit diet advice guide designed for rabbit owners…

Download your free booklet

Enter your details below and we’ll send you a link to download this useful PDF guide for rabbit owners.

  • By completing this form and receiving your download you agree to sign up to our mailing list and receive future marketing.
Terms and conditions: By downloading this PDF document from our website you are giving us (Castle Veterinary Group Ltd) consent to add you to our customer mailing list. You may unsubscribe at any time. we promise not to send you any unsolicited emails and will never give your information to any other company. You can view the Castle Vets privacy policy here.

Topics included in this download;

  • Diet advice
  • Food recommendations
  • Stimulation during feeding time
  • 10% discount off rabbit food for life when you join the Castle Care Club

What’s inside?

This rabbit diet advice guide is for pet rabbit owners. It gives you the essential diet recommendations to ensure your rabbit remains healthy and happy.

Here’s an extract to get you started;

Rabbits have evolved to eat grass.

They’re born with stomachs and teeth built for eating a lot of grass, a lot of the time. They can get nearly all the nutrition they need from this, it keeps their teeth trim and their gut healthy, and keeps them mentally stimulated by grubbing around trying to find the tastiest, tenderest morsels to nibble on.

In order to maintain the health of our rabbits, we need to try and replicate this natural diet and way of eating as best we can by providing high-fibre food presented in interesting ways.

We’re not talking about becoming a gourmet chef for your pampered pet, just picking the right foods and using everyday objects to enrich their environment, and therefore their lives…