° Pumpkin Plus ° Pet Bunny Rabbit Treats Recipe. I wanna make some natural treats for all my babies soon.

° Pumpkin Plus ° Pet Bunny Rabbit Treats Recipe. cup old-fashioned oatmeal (ground into coarse powder, rolled oats) 2 cups whole wheat flour (replace with rabbit pellets) cup solid pack pumpkin (NOT pumpkin pie filling!

Very simple homemade bunny treat using bananas, carrots, and rabbit food. Definitely making these for Chanel when she gets old enough to be introduced to veggies.

Homemade Rabbit Treats

Very simple homemade bunny treat using bananas, carrots, and rabbit food. Definitely making these for my rabbits :).

DIY Homemade rabbit treats- oats, baby food, and alfalfa powder                                                                                                                                                                                 More

How to Make Organic Bunny Treats

DIY Homemade rabbit treats- oats, baby food, and alfalfa powder

My Mind Patch: Homemade Rabbit Treat - Banana Oatmeal Carrot Granola

Yield: 14 round granola Ingredients 5 cm ripe banana 5 cm carrot, shredded 1 pandan leaf, cut into strips 3 tbsp instant oatmeal Direction .

Homemade rabbit treats! 3 ingredients= 2 carrots- 1 cup of your rabbits food- 1 banana <3

Homemade Rabbit Treats

Bunneh LOVES these!  After he has his treat, he thanks me by licking a hole in my arm, or darned near!   You could replace the carrot with apple or pear, but keep in mind these are treats, not a regular diet/food, and should be given sparingly.  For a bunny, 1 tablespoon of fruit a day is the maximum you should give your furball.  Timothy hay pellets are the best type of pellets, Zupreem the best brand. Recipe adapted from Brenda Plaxtons.

Bunneh's Bunny Rabbit Treats

Heres another treat my guy, Bunneh, adores. When I open the container near him, he goes ballistic. It takes a bit of effort to keep him from forcefully nosing his way into the whole batch!

DIY treat - freeze your guinea pig's or bunny's favorite fruit or veggie treat into ice cubes and give them as treats. This helps them cool down on summer days. Remember to always check with your vet before introducing human food to your pets.

DIY treat- put in the ice cube holder foods your pets likes to eat and is aloud to eat such as fruit and vegetables and then pour in cold water. Freeze in the freezer and then feed to your pet. Perfect for hot summer days to cool your pet off!

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