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    Default raisins?

    are raisins safe for bunnies?

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    Yep, although they should be given in moderation as they are a treat.

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    Watch out, watch out, there's raisins about

    Mine love em, and little Lucy sits up begging for them.

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    yeah i read somehwre they can be given but are high in sugars so only as a treat, mine arent too impressed with them, gave thm half a dozen in with their food and they were left in bottom of bowl. Dont really like grapes much either tho - will eat maybe 1 if I cut it in half so get juice but tht's it.

    Bought a small snack size bag of dried pineapple and papaya mix 1 day when they'd jst got ill and I thought they werent poopin as mch as normal, mixed it with their morning pellets and and thy loved it!


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    ohh that sounds yumy, for me and rosie
    might try that thanks hun!

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    Default Re: raisins?

    Quote Originally Posted by johannapage
    are raisins safe for bunnies?
    Mine love em as a treat

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    If buying any dreid fruit as a treat check the ingredients as some are coated in some very bad oils..also do only use them as a RARE treat ..they are high in sugar and like young children, if a bunny is not given them it won't miss them Much better to give a leaf of rocket, coriander or spring green they will enjoy these just as much.
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    They are high in sugar and proof of this is my mum gets migraines through eating chocolate and sweet thinngs. She had a few raisins the other day and it set her migraine off again
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    Quote Originally Posted by BirdieBun
    They are high in sugar and proof of this is my mum gets migraines through eating chocolate and sweet thinngs. She had a few raisins the other day and it set her migraine off again
    I must be really sweet then, cos my Mum says i give her a migraine
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