Can Rabbits Eat Apples?

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Your rabbit can eat apples depending on its age. Adult rabbits should eat apples in small quantities, while rabbits below six months should not be fed with it as they do not have the capacity for digestion. In addition, care should be taken to exclude the pips of these fruits as they are poisonous.
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2 Additional Answers
Yes rabbits can eat apples. They also eat pear, melon, raspberries, blueberries among others.
Rabbits do eat apples but you should feed them in minimum amounts as too much of them too might give them digestive troubles. Rabbits require a diet that is low in starch but high in fat and fibre.
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