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Tiny Friends Farm Russel Rabbit Food, 6-lb bag

Tiny Friends Farm Russel Rabbit Food, 6-lb bag

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    Simmer down, this is good

    By Lola on Apr 9, 2020

    My other rabbit lived a long healthy happy life eating this brand, I mix it with oxbow pellets, it all gets eaten alongside her hay. My new rabbit is happy, not overweight either.

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    Remove from Chewy

    By Katt on Apr 23, 2020

    This food could seriously hurt your rabbit and cause serious gastrointestinal distress resulting in death. The “foods” in this mix are things that should never be a part of a rabbits diet. Please do your research before getting a bunny and feeding them this garbage. I don’t even understand how companies This food could seriously hurt your rabbit and cause serious gastrointestinal distress resulting in death. The “foods” in this mix are things that should never be a part of a rabbits diet. Please do your research before getting a bunny and feeding them this garbage. I don’t even understand how companies can make this and claim its rabbit food. … more

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    This food could seriously hurt your rabbit and cause serious gastrointestinal distress resulting in death. The “foods” in this mix are things that should never be a part of a rabbits diet. Please do your research before getting a bunny and feeding them this garbage. I don’t even understand how companies can make this and claim its rabbit food.

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    Rabbit Candy Bag

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    Packaging is inviting, yet inside is way too full of carbs for your rabbit to have as daily food/pellets. It is good only to use a a treat (1/2-1 teaspoon per rabbit 2-3 times a a week if not given fresh carrots,grapes, apples etc. The best basic for rabbit is pure Alfa-alfa (or mix with Timothy) for young kits and Timothy for grown rabbits. Look ingredients, first ones should be hay. In conclusion, would you feed your children with candies and fast-food that they like so mush...

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    AWFUL RABBIT FOOD

    By on Top 250 Contributor

    This contains way too many high sugar foods as well as seeds that rabbits should never have access to. Do your research and don’t buy any rabbit food that has seeds or anything super colorful, it’s junk food and you’re asking for digestive problems.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Not What It Looks Like

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    The picture looks like it has little bits of dried veggies in it. It does not, it's junk food colored to look like healthy food. I'll mix it with healthy pellets so it won't go to waste but I won't order it again.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    This is not good for rabbits

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    This is like giving your kid a salad with candy thrown in. Stop buying this because it looks pretty. The simple brown pellets only are what your bunny should be eating.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

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    I didn’t buy this food, but my jaw dropped when I saw it. This rabbit food is terrible for them. They should be getting a grass hay based green pellet as a small part of a diet that should mostly be grass hay and fresh healthy greens and vegetables. I’m disappointed that this is even offered for sale since it’s so far from what a rabbit should be fed for good health. Rabbits are not grain eaters. They’re grazers.

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    Rabbit food

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    Rabbit doesn't like the food it's too big of chunks for a rabbit

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