Fruit & Vegetables For Rabbits

Dried Fruit & Veggies For Rabbits: Convenient, Healthy Foraging Treats

At Just4rabbits, we’ve carefully selected the best dried fruits and vegetables to provide your bunny with nutritious, delicious treats. Our dried options are free of added sugars and packed with essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants in an easy, storable form.

Discover our line-up of wholesome dried fruits and veggies, specially chosen as healthy additions to your rabbit’s balanced diet:

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Apple – Diced

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Banana Chips

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Beetroot Flakes

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Broccoli Flakes

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Carrot Flakes

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Carrot Slices

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Celery Flakes

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Pea Flakes

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Pear Cubes

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Pumpkin Flakes

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Diced Apples: Sweet, Immune-Boosting Treats

Crispy dried apple pieces provide a naturally sweet, antioxidant-rich addition to your rabbit’s diet. Diced for easy serving, they’re packed with vitamin C and flavonoids. A few diced apples make a satisfying, healthy snack.

  • Rich in immune-supporting vitamin C.
  • Also contain antioxidants, flavonoids.
  • No added sugars.
  • Convenient diced shape, easy to serve.

Banana Chips: Potassium-Packed Energy Bursts

Chewy banana chips offer a sweet energy boost, thanks to their potassium and vitamin B6. Rabbits love the irresistible banana flavour. Just a few chips provide a tasty source of key nutrients.

  • Good source of potassium and vitamin B6.
  • Provide a burst of energy.
  • Helps support the immune system.
  • Irresistible banana flavour.

Carrot & Parsnip Flakes: Crunchy, Colourful, Nutritious

A vibrant blend of dried carrot and parsnip flakes, bursting with beta-carotene. This wholesome crunch adds vitamin A, potassium, and antioxidants to salads or on their own. A perfect taste of carrot and parsnip goodness.

  • Packed with vitamin A, potassium.
  • Vibrant beta-carotene gives them their orange hue.
  • Made from dried carrots and parsnips.
  • Crunchy texture makes a tasty topping.

Beetroot Flakes: A Little Goes A Long Way

Dried beet flakes provide powerful nutrients like folate, manganese, and potassium. Their rich purple colour comes from antioxidant compounds. Feed beet flakes sparingly due to their higher oxalate levels.

  • Excellent source of folate, manganese, potassium.
  • Also contains iron, magnesium, vitamin C.
  • Bright purple colour from antioxidant compounds.
  • Use sparingly due to higher oxalate content.

Dried Fruits & Veggies Or Rabbits: The Need-To-Know Answers

Yes, in moderation. Select banana chips without added sugar. Introduce slowly and watch for soft stools.

A: Dried banana slices make a healthy treat in small amounts. Ensure there are no added preservatives or sugars.

Dried carrot chips or flakes are safe for rabbits. They provide beta-carotene, vitamins, and minerals. Introduce new foods slowly.

Unsweetened dried apple rings or diced apples are an excellent source of antioxidants and fibre for rabbits.

Yes, both parsnips and turnips can be fed to rabbits in moderation. Introduce new veggies slowly and watch for soft stools.

Dried beetroot flakes are safe for rabbits in small amounts. But beets are high in oxalates, so feed sparingly as an occasional treat.

5 Key Takeaways: Fruit & Veggies For Rabbits

Dried fruits and veggies are a convenient, healthy way to add variety to your rabbit’s diet. They are packed with essential nutrients and antioxidants.

Introduce new fruits and vegetables slowly and in small amounts to avoid digestive upset. Monitor your rabbit’s reaction closely.

Choose unsweetened, preservative-free options. Avoid dried fruits with added sugars or artificial ingredients.

Feed dried fruits and veggies in moderation as part of a balanced diet. They should not replace fresh hay, which is essential for digestion and dental health.

Some vegetables like beetroot are high in oxalates and should be fed sparingly. Consult with your vet if you have any concerns about your rabbit’s diet.