Dried Rabbit Herbs

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Dried rabbit herbs are important for your rabbit. The wild rabbit's diet consists mainly of grasses and herbs. There are different types of rabbit herbs, both fresh and dried. Both types of herbs can be given as
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You can order dried rabbit herbs for your rabbit easily and quickly from DRD Knaagdierwinkel®

Dried rabbit herbs are important for your rabbit. It is a very good addition to the daily diet of rabbits. The big advantage of dried herbs is that they have a long shelf life and can be easily stored. The dried herbs should be stored in a dry and dark place, preferably not in plastic bags. As long as the herbs remain dry, they have a very long shelf life.

Do herbs have a specific effect on rabbits?

By delving into the effects of herbs, it is possible to support your rabbit in the best possible way. All herbs have a different specific effect. You can find this in the description of each product. Herbs can support rabbits in periods of stress or during moulting, for example. Herbs could even be used to support illness. Please note: herbs can never replace certain medications or a vet visit. In case of illness, consult with the attending veterinarian whether it is wise to offer certain herbs.

Build up rabbit herbs gradually?

Rabbit herbs are healthy and can promote your rabbit's health in a positive way. Supplementary feeding of herbs can be done daily, but must be built up. Rabbits have a very sensitive digestive system and all dietary changes should be made gradually. When introducing an herb that the rabbit is new to, start with a very small amount. Keep a close eye on how the animal reacts to this. If the animal responds well and the stool remains good, the dosage can be increased slightly. However, herbs should be seen as a supplement to the diet. So don't give too much. The basis should always be high-quality hay.

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