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    Default Can bunnies eat mushrooms?

    I've not read that they are bad and I haven't read that they are good so could someone enlighten me please?!

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    "Certain plants and mushrooms are toxic to rabbits and can also affect the nervous system. If the liver is diseased, toxins such as ammonia can build up in the bloodstream and cause neurologic signs"
    I would probably not give my buns them,just incase!
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    I was wondering the same thing actually! And sprouts? do they eat sprouts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jupiter View Post
    I was wondering the same thing actually! And sprouts? do they eat sprouts?
    I was told sprouts are ok but my bun aint fussed

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    Mushrooms are a no go, they have nothing beneficial in them anyway.

    Sprouts can be fed in moderation....they can cause bloat in sensitive rabbits if over fed, and prepare for some smelly poops!


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    sprouts in buns do the same thing as sprouts in humans..........or is it just me

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    I bought mine some of those sprouts on a stick thingy. None of them touched them!

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