Ultimate Guide to Rabbit Diet

The rabbit is a small mammal that can make a great addition to most homes. Rabbits are herbivores and their diet should consist of hay, fresh vegetables, and limited fruits.

This article will provide you with an Ultimate guide to rabbit diet about what food is safe and which are toxic for your rabbit as well as the best way to feed them so they remain happy and healthy for many years.

Types of Food in Your Rabbits Diet

Hay: Unlimited supply for your bunny (VERY IMPORTANT)

Ultimate Guide to Rabbit Diet

Rabbits need a lot of hay to keep their digestive systems healthy, which should make up 80% of the diet. This is because all rabbits are grazing animals and they must have an unlimited supply of fresh hay every day.

You’ll want to feed your rabbit fresh greens. There are some really great types of grass/hay you can give them, like timothy and orchard hay. You should mix up their diet with one type or a mixture of different hays.

Also, see more information on different hay types and read our reviews about hay products here.

Freshwater: Unlimited supply for your bunny (VERY IMPORTANT)

Water - Ultimate Guide to Rabbit Diet

Rabbits need to have plenty of fresh water at all times, so it’s best to provide them with a bowl that they can lap from. Water bottles are not as good because the rabbits will find this unnatural and drink less than needed.

Eating lots of greens means fewer drinks for your rabbit but if you feed mostly hay then make sure there is always plenty of clean and fresh water available!

Vegetables: How much to feed?

Vegetables - Ultimate guide to rabbit diet

Rabbits need fresh vegetables to stay healthy. Leafy greens are the best bet for rabbits as they provide them with essential nutrients and fiber, but other vegetables should be included in a diet too!

The number of veggies per day is not limited if your rabbit does not get diarrhea from overconsumption; large bunnies usually require two cups while smaller bunnies only need one cup daily.

10% should be veggies (75% of these being leafy greens and 25% vegetables)

Pellets: Add good pellets to your bunny diet

Pellets - Ultimate guide to rabbit diet

You can feed your pet rabbit pellets, but they should be fresh and relatively high in fiber (18% minimum). Do not buy too much food at once as it will spoil.

Pellets make up less of a bunny’s diet the older he or she gets 5 to 7% is plenty when they are young!

Also, see more information on pellets and read our reviews about different pellet products here.

Treats: Don´t Give Your Bunny To Much

Banana - Ultimate guide to rabbit diet

Rabbits have a sweet tooth and love treats. They would happily eat them all day instead of their hay so you must refuse their cute begging faces and make sure they get balanced diets which include 2-3% healthy rabbit treats like fruit or other healthy options such as banana or carrots, to ensure that your little bunny has enough energy for playtime!

Don´t overdo this as it can cause health problems with your rabbits like obesity!

Also, see more information on different types of treats and read our reviews about treat products for your rabbit here.

Fruit: Look out for fruit with to much sugar

Fruit - Ultimate guide to rabbit food

Fruits can be an excellent and nutritious treat when fed in moderation.
However, some fruits that are high in water and sugar may upset the gut flora leading to diarrhea.

Feed your bunny a variety of fruit once or twice per week. The appropriate amount is one to two tablespoons for every five pounds they weigh.

As with vegetables, introduce the new food slowly and in small amounts at first so that you can track any changes in behavior or digestion patterns overtime if necessary

Remember that dried fruits have more concentrated amounts of sugars than fresh fruit does so don’t overdo it on those as well!

Avoid fruits in general if your rabbit has gastrointestinal issues on a regular basis.

CAREFUL NOTELookout for seeds, stones, stems, and skin in all kinds of fruits which can be very bad and even poison for your rabbit.

Plants: Be very careful

Plants - Ultimate guide to rabbit diet

When it comes to plants you must be very careful! There are so many different plants out there, and many of them look very beautiful and are smelling even better.

But be aware that many of these plants and flowers are very toxic to your rabbit, so please investigate before letting your rabbit near these plants.

In our Ultimate List of Food for Rabbits down below, you can search the most known plants and see if they are toxic or safe for your rabbit.

Although many plants lose most of their toxins when totally dried up and can be safe to eat for rabbits we still recommend that better safe than sorry.

If you can´t find the plant or other kind of food on our list does not mean that it´s safe for your rabbit. Please make a search on Google.

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Ultimate List of Food for Rabbits (The Good, The Bad And The Ugly Food)

Do you know what to feed your bunny? There are so many different opinions and recommendations out there on the best food for rabbits and what is bad for your rabbit.

Some people will tell you that hay is the only thing a rabbit should eat, while others say that pellets are just fine. And then there are those who believe vegetables have more vitamins than pellets and give their bunnies a lot of carrots.

We’re here to set the record straight! Below you will find our ultimate list of foods that are safe and which are not safe or even poison for your rabbit which you can look through or you can search on a specific kind of food and see if it´s safe.

The most important information you will find in the table is if the food is Safe for Rabbits or Not, but you will also find recommendations on how often your rabbit should eat the specific kind of food and what the benefits are, and what you should be cautious about.

The list will be updated regularly with new foods and existing foods on our table and will be updated if science is changing its recommendations for feeding your rabbit with specific foods.

Please let us know in the comments if you have some food you would like us to put on the table or if you have comments on existing food information.

TypeNameImageSafe for Rabbits?How often?Benefits for RabbitsCaution/Warning
PlantsAcacia Acacia Avoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsAfrican Blue Lilly African Blue Lilly POISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsAfrican Rue African Rue Avoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsAgapanthus Agapanthus POISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsAlder Buckthorn Alder Buckthorn POISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsAloe Vera Aloe Vera Avoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsAlsike Clover Alsike Clover Avoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsAmaryllis Amaryllis POISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsAmerican Hellebore American Hellebore POISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsAnenome Anenome POISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsAngel's Trumpet Angel's Trumpet POISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsAnthurium Anthurium POISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
FruitApple (no seeds or stem) Apple for Rabbits Safe in moderation1-2 times per weekThe benefits of eating apples for rabbits are clear: they're high in fiber, water, potassium, and antioxidants.Rabbits can safely eat a couple of slices of apples per week. As long as they are used in moderation, and the stems, seeds, and leaves removed, apples are safe and beneficial snacks for rabbits.
PlantsApple Leaf Croton Apple Leaf Croton - Poison to rabbits Avoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
FruitApricots (NO SEEDS)Safe in moderation1-2 times per weekApricots are great for your rabbits' health. With their bright flavor and high nutrient content, they're perfect for a healthy diet that boosts immunity levels! They should be fed in small amounts to get the most benefits out of them though - just enough will help keep your rabbit happy and healthy all day long.High sugar content
PlantsArrowgrassPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsArrowhead VinePOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsAsparagus FernAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsAutumn CrocusPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
FruitAvocadoPOISON!NEVERMay be deadly if ingested
PlantsAzaleaPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsBaby Wood RosePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsBaccharisAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsBalsam ApplePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsBalsam PearPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
FruitBanana (fruit only, no skin) Banana Safe in moderation1-2 times per weekBananas are a rich source of nutrients that rabbits require for their growth and development.

Fruits like bananas are high in sugar, which is bad for your pet’s teeth and general health.

Too much sugar can also lead to obesity.

PlantsBaneberry (white, red, black)POISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsBarberryPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
HerbsBasil Basil Safe in moderation1-2 times per weekBasil has been shown to be helpful for both the health of your rabbit and its fur. It can act as a mild pain reliever, help prevent frequent infections in rabbits, and maintain healthy skin/fur growth!
PlantsBeafsteak PlantPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
VegetablesBeansAvoid eatingNEVERIt may cause gas and gastrointestinal issues
PlantsBear GrassPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsBeet GreensAvoid eatingNEVERHigh in oxalic acid
PlantsBegonia (sand)POISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
VegetablesBell PeppersSafe to eatDaily, but in moderationBell peppers are packed with antioxidants, reducing the risk of cancer and arthritis in older rabbits.Your rabbit will happily eat the whole thing, but will suffer for it afterward. Too many vegetables in one sitting will upset a bunny’s stomach.
PlantsBelladonna (Nightshade)POISON!NEVERBelladonna, or deadly nightshade, is toxic to rabbits and should be avoided. There are studies that show evidence of detoxification in some cases but it's best not to take the chance.
PlantsBetel Nut PalmAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsBird of ParadisePOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsBittersweetPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsBitterweedPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsBlack CherryPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsBlack LocustAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsBlack Root/Black SnakerootAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsBlack WalnutAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
FruitBlackberriesSafe in moderation1-2 times per weekBlackberries are a great way to keep your bunny healthy! They have all sorts of vitamins and minerals that will help you stay in shape.Overfeeding rabbits can lead to Gastrointestinal Stasis, Diarrhea, Uneaten cecotropes, Dental problems, and Obesity
PlantsBladderpodPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsBleeding HeartPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsBloodrootPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsBlue CohoshAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsBlue GumPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsBluebellsPOISON!NEVERFlower with bulbs is potentially poisonous for rabbits. The flower as well as the leaves' stems and roots should be kept out of reach of bunnies because some bulb plants can cause delayed symptoms in them. Rabbits eat these flowers but may show no signs until later on when there's a toxic reaction.
FruitBlueberriesSafe in moderation1-2 times per weekHigh in vitamin K, which is essential for carrying minerals throughout your bunny’s body. A great source of antioxidants may reduce the risk of cancer, and a variety of vitamins and minerals support optimal healthOverfeeding rabbits can lead to Gastrointestinal Stasis, Diarrhea, Uneaten cecotropes, Dental problems, and Obesity
PlantsBluebonnetPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
VegetablesBok ChoySafe to eatDaily, but in moderationThis crunchy vegetable is loaded with Vitamin C, Vitamin A, and Vitamin K. It also contains a modest amount of calcium, which is actually an asset rather than a hindranceBok choy is not toxic for your rabbit but you should respect the right quantities. Some health issues will appear when eating bok choy in larger quantities. Leafy greens should make up only 10% of a rabbit diet
PlantsBoston IvyAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsBoxwoodPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsBracken FernPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
OtherBreadAvoid eatingNEVERThe best way to keep your bunny healthy is by avoiding any foods high in sugar or artificial ingredients. Doing so will help prevent enterotoxemia, which can lead to stomach issues.
VegetablesBroad BeansAvoid eatingNEVERThis food is very hard for the rabbit's body to digest.
VegetablesBroccoli (leaves only) Broccoli Safe to eatDaily, but in moderationSince leaves are full of phytonutrients, Calcium, and fiber (especially in bigger leaves), they make a great rabbit foodCan cause gas if you feed your rabbit with too much broccoli leaves
PlantsBroomweedAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
VegetablesBrussels Sprouts Brussels Sprouts for your rabbit Safe to eatDaily, but in moderationThe Iron and Potassium in brussels sprouts are beneficial to your rabbit’s growth and development as well as nerve and muscle function. Vitamin A, Vitamin B6, and Vitamin K support organ health, metabolism, and bone development, respectively. In combination with the vegetable’s high fiber content, these attributes make it an excellent supplement to your rabbit’s diet.All foods in the sulfurous cabbage family have a chance of producing gastrointestinal challenges for rabbits. While some rabbits can digest brussels sprouts without difficulty, a smaller portion will experience bloating and gas. Because rabbits have difficulty passing gas, these disturbances can lead to harmful or fatal consequences if left unchecked.
PlantsBuckeye/Horse ChestnutPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsBuckthornPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsBuddhist PinePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsBunchberryPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsBurdockSafe in moderationRarelyBurdock is safe to feed in a balanced mix of plants, and in moderation.
PlantsBurning BushPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsButtercup Poison to rabbits POISON!NEVERAll buttercup species are poisonous to rabbits. Just like celery-leaved buttercups, this includes the flower, leaves, stem, and roots of these plants. For the most part, though they're not dangerous unless consumed in large quantities which will cause digestive problems or inflammation on a rabbit's mouth; something that is toxic for them because it can make their gut leaky so substances enter into other parts of their body where they should never be found!
PlantsButterfly WeedPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsCactusPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsCaladiumPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsCalamondin Orange TreeAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsCalendula/Pot MarigoldPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsCalico Bush/Moutain LaurelPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsCalifornia HollyPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsCalla LillyPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsCandelabra CactusPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsCannabisPOISON!NEVERStudies of pet species show that ingesting the leaves and inhaling marijuana smoke has negative health impacts. For this reason, it's best to keep any cannabis away from rabbits and avoid smoking in a room with them!
PlantsCardinal FlowerPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsCarnationsPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsCarolina JasminePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
VegetablesCarrot TopsSafe in moderation1-2 times per weekCarrot tops have 6 times more vitamin C than the root and contain lots of calcium, potassium, fiber, and phytonutrients.When consumed in high amounts, oxalates can cause itchy skin and hinder a rabbit’s urinary tract.
VegetablesCarrotsSafe in moderation1-2 times per weekThe roots of carrots are very rich in Vitamin A, making them a natural complement to many rabbits’ diets. This essential nutrient is vital to your rabbit’s vision, immune and reproductive systems, heart, lungs, and kidneys – a real powerhouse for health!High in sugar, so only feed in small amounts
PlantsCassinePOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsCastor BeanPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
VegetablesCauliflower Cauliflower - avoid giving to your rabbit Avoid eatingNEVERSurprise! Cauliflower is not a rabbit's best friend.
Fancy something healthy? Of course, you do, rabbits are herbivores after all and veggies make up the bulk of their diet- but hold on to that thought for just one minute before snacking away because cauliflower poses quite the problem when it comes to bloatedness and gas production in bunnies.
PlantsCentellaPOISON!NEVERCan be poison or cause your rabbit to get very sick.
PlantsCentury PlantPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsCerealAvoid eatingNEVERGrains (Cereals) are low in fiber meaning they may lead to GI stasis. To make matters worse, they are high in fats, oils, and carbohydrates, something a rabbit’s hindgut digestive system cannot handle properly
PlantsCeriman/Split-LeafPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsChalice VinePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
HerbsChamomileSafe in moderation1-2 times per weekThe soothing properties of chamomile may reduce stress levels in rabbits, alleviate pain and inflammation and even diminish fever. The digestive benefits that it provides make this herb a must for any bunny who suffers from gas or discomfort.
FruitCherries (no seeds)Safe in moderationRarelyNone particularHave exceedingly high sugar content. Eating too much of any sweet food will upset the balance of bacteria in your rabbit's gut, leading to disastrous consequences for their gastrointestinal health.
PlantsCherry LaurelPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsChinaberry TreePOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsChinese BellflowerPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsChinese InkberryPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsChinese LanternPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
OtherChocolatePOISON!NEVERToxic for rabbits
PlantsChokecherryPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsChristmas BerryPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsChristmas RosePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsChrysanthemumPOISON!NEVERMums are a favorite of wild rabbits. They love the fuzzy texture and strong scent, but beware that these plants can be toxic to your pet rabbit in high quantities. Keep them out of reach just in case they decide to nibble on your chrysanthemum bushes!
HerbsCilantroSafe in moderation1-2 times per weekThe herb Cilantro is known for its ability to help prevent tumors and aid digestion. One of the most important benefits it has, however, is that many elderly rabbits who are losing their sense of taste or smell will gravitate towards this aromatic plant!
PlantsCineraria/GroundselAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsClematisPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsClimbing BittersweetPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsCockleburPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsCoffee Bean/Senna BeanPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsColtsfootSafe in moderationRarelyColtsfoot is safe to feed in a balanced mix of plants, and in moderation.
OtherCookiesAvoid eatingNEVERThe best way to keep your bunny healthy is by avoiding any foods high in sugar or artificial ingredients. Doing so will help prevent enterotoxemia, which can lead to stomach issues.
PlantsCoral Berry/SnowberryPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsCordatumPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsCornAvoid eatingNEVERSome types of seeds (especially things like "Canadian peas" and corn kernels) have hulls that are indigestible to a rabbit and can cause life-threatening intestinal impactions/blockages.

Corn, fresh or dried, is NOT safe for rabbits. The hull of corn kernels is composed of a complex polysaccharide (not cellulose and pectin, of which plant cell walls are more commonly composed, and which a rabbit can digest) which rabbits cannot digest.

PlantsCorn CocklePOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsCorn PlantPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsCow ParsnipPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsCowslipPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsCoytilloPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
OtherCrackersAvoid eatingNEVERRabbits shouldn't be given items that are high in carbohydrates like bread, crackers, pasta, pretzels, cookies. And although some commercially sold bunny treats might seem safe for rabbits because they're branded as being meant specifically for them (think yogurt chips), these should not actually be fed to bunnies due to the higher than normal fat and sugar content within those snacks.
FruitCranberriesSafe in moderation1-2 times per weekThe antioxidants inside cranberries and other colorful plant foods can protect your pet rabbit's body from a wide variety of ailments, including arthritis, cognitive decline, and heart disease. These potent antioxidant compounds are also believed to help against some cancers too!Overfeeding rabbits can lead to Gastrointestinal Stasis, Diarrhea, Uneaten cecotropes, Dental problems, and Obesity
PlantsCreeping Charlie (notAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsCrinum LilyPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsCrotonPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsCrown of ThornsPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsCrown VetchPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsCrowpoisonPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsCuban LaurelAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
VegetablesCucumber Cucumber safe for rabbits Safe in moderation1-2 times per weekA major benefit of cucumbers is that they are high in water (around 95% water) which helps to keep rabbits hydrated.Cucumber is low in nutrients. Therefore, feeding it too often risks filling up your rabbit without providing any significant nutritional value. Only ever feed your rabbit small amounts of cucumber at a time. If cucumber causes gas or diarrhea, don’t feed it to your rabbit anymore.
FruitCustard ApplesSafe in moderationRarelyNot only is custard apple a high-sugar fruit, but it also provides large amounts of fat. This should be avoided or given very infrequently and in tiny portions; otherwise, your rabbit's diet will not contain the necessary nutrients to maintain good health.
PlantsCut-Leaf PhilodendronPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsCycadsPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsCyclamenPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsDaffodilPOISON!NEVERAll parts of the daffodil are toxic.
PlantsDaisyAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
HerbsDandelion GreensSafe in moderation1-2 times per weekDandelion greens are a great option for rabbits with frequent infections because of their high mineral and vitamin content. They help to strengthen the immune system, prevent heart disease, as well as aid in digestion.They do contain oxalate acid so only feed them moderately.
PlantsDaphnePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsDasheenPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsDay-Blooming JessaminePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsDeath CamasPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsDelphiniumPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsDessert TobaccoPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsDevil's IvyPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsDevil's TomatoPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsDianthusPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsDieffenbachiaPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsDoll's EyesPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsDracaenaPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsDracaena Palm/Ribbon PlantPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsDumbcanePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsDutchman's BreechesPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsDutchman's PipePOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
HerbsEchinaceaSafe to eatDaily, but in moderationEchinacea is a well-known and effective medicinal herb that will boost your rabbit's immune system. With its many benefits, veterinarians recommend adding it to the diet of rabbits with frequent infections or low immunity levels for an instant health booster!
PlantsElderberryPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsElephant EarPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsEmerald DukeAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsEmerald FeatherPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsEmerald FernPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
VegetablesEndiveSafe to eatDaily, but in moderationEndive is rich in vitamin K and has a low calcium content, which is good for rabbitsToo much endive won’t kill your pet rabbit, but it may cause him some digestive issues if you’re not careful providing a balanced and healthy diet.
PlantsEnglish IvyPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsEnglish LaurelPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
VegetablesEscaroleSafe to eatDaily, but in moderationThis vegetable is low in calories, rich in vitamins A, C, K, and folate. It also has zinc, copper, and iron, which are all vital nutrients that your rabbitToo much and your bunny may suffer from stomach problems like diarrhea, gas, bloating, and so on is giving them wrong diet portions or wrongly introducing new foods.
PlantsEucalyptusPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsEuonymusPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsEuropean NightshadePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsEvergreenPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsEverlasting PeaPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsExotica PerfectionPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsEyebanePOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsFalse HelleborePOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsFalse Parsley False Parsley - Poison POISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsFalse Sago PalmPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsFalse Wild GrapePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
HerbsFennelSafe in moderation1-2 times per week

There is one unique antioxidant contained in fennel, called anethole, which is known to be of great help in the fight against inflammation and cancer. Some studies and experiments show that the same substance can also help the liver of various animals fight against toxic substances.

Also, fennel is low in sugar but has a moderate to high fiber content, which is great for rabbits, as they need a lot of fiber in their diet.

Stomach problems and bloating are some of the consequences of your bunny eating too much fennel.
PlantsFern PalmsPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsFernsPOISON!NEVERSome of the most common ferns that are also poisonous and your rabbit should not eat are Bracken fern, California fern, Cloak fern, Jimmy fern, Plumosa Fern, Sprengeri Fern, Lace fern, and Maidenhair fern.
PlantsFiddle-Leaf FigAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsFiddleneckPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
FruitFigsSafe in moderation1-2 times per weekFigs are a great source of fiber and antioxidants for your pet's diet. Figs also provide magnesium, potassium, zinc, manganese, and calcium in smaller doses that can be very helpful to the health of their organs if consumed in moderation. Fiber is important because it helps with digestion while antioxidant vitamins help fight off certain diseases like inflammation on joints from arthritis.Has a lot of sugar
PlantsFirecrackerAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsFirethornAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsFireweedPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsFishtail PalmPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsFlorida BeautyPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsFlowering MaplePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsFlypoisonPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsFool's Parsley Fools Parsley is Poison for rabbits POISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsFour O'clockAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsFoxglove (Digitalis spp)POISON!NEVERThe toxic qualities of foxgloves are very well known, as they have a long history. The last thing we want is for our furry friends to ingest the substance and get hurt in the process.

Foxglove poisoning can cause symptoms such as diarrhea/dehydration or abdominal pain after ingestion; with more severe cases leading to tremors or seizures due to heart rhythm irregularity (this however doesn't happen often).
PlantsFruit PitsPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsFruit Salad PlantPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
VegetablesFungiAvoid eatingNEVERButtons are not the only kind of mushrooms that rabbits should avoid. Some, like classic button mushrooms, can cause tumors over time and are really harmful if ingested by a rabbit.
VegetablesGarlicAvoid eatingNEVERIn order to avoid the onset of intestinal parasites in rabbits, small portions of garlic have been used for many years. However, it is not a food that should be given regularly or undiluted. It causes severe stomach disorders and can even lead to death if ingested too much!
PlantsGentiansAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsGeranium (California)POISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsGerman IvyAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsGill over the GroundAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsGinkoAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsGladiolaPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsGlory LillyPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
OtherGlyphosate Herbicide ProductsPOISON!NEVERGlyphosate is a popular herbicide that is quickly absorbed by plants and thus easily ingested by animals who come in contact with the plant. Glyphosate can be found as an ingredient of other products, such as weed killers or insecticides. Rabbits may become poisoned if they ingest these chemicals because some ingredients are toxic to them too!

The biggest signs of poisoning include lethargy/weakness, lack of appetite, abdominal pain/difficulty breathing; sometimes rabbits die even after treatment has begun - so it's important not to ignore symptoms like this when you see them in your pet rabbit!!
PlantsGoatweedAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsGold DieffenbachiaPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsGold Dust DracaenaPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsGolden PothosPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsGoldenchaiPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsGoldenrainPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
HerbsGoldensealSafe in moderation1-2 times per weekGoldenseal is the perfect herb to get your rabbit back on its feet. Not only does it have strong anti-inflammatory properties, but goldenseal also has natural antibiotic qualities that can help with bladder infections and other types of infection as well!
FruitGrapesSafe in moderationRarelyGrapes have some important nutrients that rabbits need, such as fiber and vitamin KGrapes have carbohydrates and plenty of sugar, which can lead to obesity. They may also show intestinal distress and get diarrhea, bloating, and disruption of their natural digestion. Too much of this can lead to more serious issues, such as dehydration or liver failure
PlantsGreasewoodPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsGreen CestrumPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsGreen Gold NephthysisPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsGround IvyAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsGroundselAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsGuajilloPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsHalogetonPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
OtherHamster FoodAvoid eatingNEVERThe rabbits need to be fed with high-quality food, like Timothy hay and vegetables. Hamster’s food is not enough for the rabbits because it does nothing at all to their nutrition.
PlantsHawaiian Baby Wood RosePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsHeart IvyAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsHeartleafAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsHelleborePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsHemlockPOISON!NEVERThe hemlock plant is one of the most toxic plants for rabbits because it contains a poisonous substance called coniine. This poison will cause death in short order if ingested by any animal, including humans! Do not give your rabbit this or any other type of dangerous chemical, and keep them away from all mouths as well.
PlantsHenbanePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsHogweedPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsHogwortPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsHolly Tree/BushAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsHorse NettlePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsHorse-HeadAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsHorsebrushPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsHorsetail ReedPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsHunter's robePOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsHyacinthPOISON!NEVERHyacinth is another lovely but mildly poisonous flower. It contains alkaloid compounds that are dangerous when consumed in large quantities and should be kept out of reach from rabbits at all costs because consuming the entire plant can cause death!

The water hyacinth may not be toxic to rabbits, but it is still best to make sure where they came from before offering the plant. Many plants absorb toxins and others can even become poisonous if eaten by a rabbit during certain parts of their life cycle.
PlantsHydrangeaPOISON!NEVERThe high toxicity of the hydrangea plant is all too real. These plants have a compound called amygdalin that breaks down to produce cyanide, which is poisonous for most mammals around the world! This means even just one bite can cause complications in rabbits and other small animals due to their size difference from others like us.
VegetablesIceberg LettuceAvoid eatingNEVERA pet rabbit should never be fed light-colored lettuce, including iceberg. The color of the lettuce can indicate that it contains lactucarium, which is harmful to their health if ingested, and watery types will provide little nutrition for your bunny's diet.
PlantsIndian HempPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsIndian LaurelAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsIndian PokePOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsIndian Rubber plantAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsIndian TobaccoPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsIndigoPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsInkberryPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsInkweed / DrymaryPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsIrisPOISON!NEVERNo, absolutely not. Irises should be handled with care because they're toxic to bunnies! If your bunny chews on this plant it will become sick and too much is potentially fatal.
PlantsIvy (Hedera helix)POISON!NEVERIvy is a charming houseplant that can be toxic if eaten. Ivy's leaves and berries are especially poisonous, but they will also cause lethargy or diarrhea in some cases. If you suspect your pet has ivy poisoning from eating the plant, contact their vet as soon as possible for treatment!
PlantsJack-in-the-PulpitPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsJapanese Pagoda TreePOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsJasiminePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsJequirity BeansPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsJerusalem CherryPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsJessaminePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsJimmy Fern / Cloak FernPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsJimson Weed / Thorn ApplePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsJohnson GrassAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsJonquilPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsJuniperAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsKafirAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsKarelaPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
HerbsKavaSafe in moderation1-2 times per weekA recent study found that rabbits can benefit from calming herbs like kava. The herb is also beneficial for lessening the aggressive behaviors in some bunnies or preventing any fighting when bonding two of them together.
PlantsKlamath WeedAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsLaburnumPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsLambkillPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsLarkspurPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsLaurelPOISON!NEVERALL parts (leaves, berries etc.) of all Laurels, apart from Bay Laurel, are poisonous to livestock and animals.
HerbsLavenderSafe in moderation1-2 times per weekWhen it comes to flavor, rabbits aren’t too keen on lavender. The plant contains a chemical called geraniol which has anti-tumor properties for them and is also an immune enhancer as well. Although they have these medical benefits, the taste of this herb often turns off their appetite because its scent can be overpowering with its sweet floral aroma that gives way to a sour aftertaste.
PlantsLechiguillaAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
VegetablesLeeksAvoid eatingNEVERRabbits are unable to digest leeks and this can lead to the appearance of some unpleasant gases.
HerbsLemon BalmSafe in moderation1-2 times per weekLemon balm is a herb with strong antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties that can be used to prevent many diseases. It also has the ability to treat symptoms of arthritis, making it highly useful for rabbits!
PlantsLeucaenaPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsLigustrumPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsLiliesPOISON!NEVERThe lily plant is a great addition to any garden, but it can be deadly for rabbits. The roots of kaffir and may lilies are toxic to the small furry friends, while peace lilies should not come into contact with them at all because they contain lethal toxins in large quantities. While calla and daylily plants aren't as poisonous as their cousins, they will cause mild gastrointestinal complications if ingested by your cute little bunnies!
PlantsLilliesPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsLily-of-the-ValleyPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsLobeliaPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsLocoweedPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
FruitLoquats (no stone)Safe in moderation1-2 times per weekYour bunny will get some important nutrition like its acidic content, phosphorus, fiber, and sodium.Too much you give your rabbit tummy ache. A lot of sugar.
PlantsLucky BambooPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsLupinesPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsMadagascar Dragon Tree/Red-MarginedPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsMaiden Hair TreeAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsMajestyAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsMandrakePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsMarble QueenPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsMarijuanaPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsMarsh MarigoldPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsMay ApplePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsMeadow PeaPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsMeadow SaffronPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
OtherMeatPOISON!NEVERYou’re asking, “Seriously?” We're just ensuring that we've got everything covered! Rabbits are herbivores - they eat plants. Wild bunnies would not eat meat and neither should your domesticated rabbit.
PlantsMedicine PlantAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
FruitMelon Melon - Bestrabbitproducts.com Safe in moderation1-2 times per weekHas high levels of antioxidants. Antioxidants, which are present in most plant foods, protect the body by neutralizing unstable particles called free radicals.Melons are extremely high in sugar. It can cause serious health problems when given in large quantities.
PlantsMescalPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsMesquitePOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsMexican BreadfruitPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsMilk VetchPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsMilkweedPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsMiloAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsMiniature CrotonPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
HerbsMint Mint - safe for rabbits Safe in moderation1-2 times per weekMint is a herb with an amazing range of health benefits. It can help reduce inflammation and provide relief for arthritis symptoms, as well as aid in digestive disorders! Mint also helps to prevent infection or treat urinary tract infections if you have any troubles there. Young rabbits might find this flavor tough but the older ones will love it because mint tastes so good when they're feeling sore from those joints.
PlantsMistletoePOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsMolds in HayPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsMonkshoodPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsMoonflowerPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsMoonseedPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsMorning GloryPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsMother-in-Law PlantPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsMountain LaurelPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
VegetablesMushroomsPOISON!NEVERWild mushrooms are dangerous for your bunny but store-bought ones might not be a good idea either. Make sure they don't eat any while you're outside!
FruitNectarine (not stones)Safe in moderation1-2 times per weekNectarines are juicy and delicious fruit that contain small amounts of vitamin A, E, B6 as well as copper niacin pantothenic acid fiber choline protein phosphorus potassium. As long you give it in the right quantities your rabbit will be healthy!Feeding nectarines to a rabbit is safe and nutritious, but there are still risks associated when an owner overfeeds their pet. These can include Gastrointestinal Stasis, Diarrhea, Uneaten cecotropes, Dental problems, or Obesity.
PlantsNeedlepoint IvyPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsNephthytis/ChinesePOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsNight JessaminePOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsNutmegPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
FruitNutsAvoid eatingNEVERA diet with high levels of fats, carbohydrates or energy is dangerous for rabbits because their digestive system can't handle them. While nuts are considered safe in small doses, it's best to avoid feeding your rabbit this type of food. Nuts have a lot of fat and carbs which make up most of the calories they contain; something that hinders proper digestion.
PlantsOak TreePOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
OtherOatmealAvoid eatingNEVERFeeding rabbits oatmeal might not be the best idea, but it won’t hurt them.
VegetablesOkra leavesSafe in moderation1-2 times per week

Okra is high in antioxidants, which is are a natural compound that is excellent at fighting off free radicals. The cells in the body are damaged by free radicals.

Free radicals are known to cause oxidation damage which will eventually lead to illness and diseases.

Free radicals are molecules that are created by food that the rabbit eats, cigarette smoke, and radiation.

One of the things okra has is oxalic acid and this can be harmful to the rabbits. The only time it could affect their health is when they eat a lot of it.
PlantsOleanderPOISON!NEVEROleander is very toxic to rabbits
VegetablesOnionPOISON!NEVEROnions are extremely toxic to rabbits, and should not be fed to them in any way. Even wild rabbits will usually avoid onions due to their strong smell that acts as a natural repellent.
FruitOrange (remove peel and seeds)Safe in moderation1-2 times per weekThe orange-colored fruit has a lot of benefits. One benefit is that it helps to eliminate any toxins in the colon, thus keeping your immune system strong and healthy! Vitamin C also aids in this process by increasing immunity as well.Feeding oranges to a rabbit is safe and nutritious, but there are still risks associated when an owner overfeeds their pet. These can include Gastrointestinal Stasis, Diarrhea, Uneaten cecotropes, Dental problems, or Obesity.
PlantsOrange SneezeweedPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsOrchidsPOISON!NEVERFlower with bulbs is potentially poisonous for rabbits. The flower as well as the leaves' stems and roots should be kept out of reach of bunnies because some bulb plants can cause delayed symptoms in them. Rabbits eat these flowers but may show no signs until later on when there's a toxic reaction.
HerbsOreganoSafe in moderation1-2 times per weekOregano is a herb that can support the immune system in rabbits. Geraniol and rosmarinic acid work together to protect against tumors, carcinogens as well as inflammation, and infection for this small pet. Oregano also has properties of reducing reinfection or getting secondary bacterial infections during recovery periods by being antimicrobial.
PlantsPandaPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
FruitPapaya (remove skin and seeds) Papaya - Safe for rabbits Safe in moderation1-2 times per weekPapaya contains enzymes that help break down food in a rabbit's stomach, reducing the risk of hairballs.

The papaya fruit is beneficial for rabbits because it helps to reduce the likelihood of them developing gastric trichobezoars (hairball) by breaking down any clumps found while eating their next meal.
Feeding papaya to your bunny is safe and nutritious, but there are still risks associated when an owner overfeeds their pet. These can include Gastrointestinal Stasis, Diarrhea, Uneaten cecotropes (aka poop), Dental problems, or Obesity.
PlantsPaper-FlowersPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsParadise PlantPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
HerbsParsley Parsley - good for rabbits Safe in moderation1-2 times per weekParsley is a rich source of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients that are necessary for the health of your rabbit. It can help reduce arthritic pain, prevent cardiovascular disease or digestive disorders; it'll also protect against urinary tract infections and provide frequent protection from infection!
PlantsPartridge BreastPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
OtherPastaAvoid eatingNEVERPasta is not good for rabbits to eat, it lacks the right nutrients that are beneficial.
PlantsPeace LillyPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
FruitPeachSafe in moderationRarelyBeing scant in vitamins and minerals, peaches have no true physical health benefits for your rabbit.Feeding your rabbit too many peaches will have a negative effect on its digestion because it leads to unhealthy gut bacteria. That in turn can lead to dangerous consequences like digestive issues and even death!
PlantsPeach TreePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
OtherPeanut ButterAvoid eatingNEVERThe best way to stay healthy is with a nut-free diet. Peanut butter often contains high levels of fat that do nothing for rabbits except possibly give them an upset stomach!
FruitPear (no stem or seeds)Safe in moderation1-2 times per weekPears are a good source of potassium (119mg per 100g), one of the minerals that rabbits need. They also get plenty from other foods, including timothy hay.Small portions, like ripe pears, for instance, are best when it comes to fruits. Anytime you introduce a new food including these pears into your diet, do so gradually, and this way you can avoid any unfortunate side effects such as diarrhea or GI stasis.
PlantsPear TreePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
VegetablesPeasAvoid eatingNEVERMay cause digestive issues
PlantsPencil TreePOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsPeonyPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsPerill Mint Perill Mint - Poison for bunnies POISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsPeriwinklePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsPersian VioletPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsPeyotePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsPheasant's EyePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsPhilodendronPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsPigweedPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
FruitPineappleSafe in moderation1-2 times per weekPineapple is a great treat for your bunny because it has lots of helpful vitamins and minerals. But fruit should be consumed in moderation, so keep that in mind!As a sweet fruit, pineapple can lead to painful gas and bloating if feeding too much. Since rabbits are unable to pass these gasses themselves it's important that we do our part in avoiding them!
PlantsPingue/Colorado RubberPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
HerbsPlantain (Ribwort)Safe in moderation1-2 times per weekPlantain is good for preventing urinary tract infections. It’s also an herb that is great for a rabbit's overall health, with qualities that aid in digestion and soothe inflammation among other benefits.
FruitPlum (no stones)Safe in moderation1-2 times per weekPlums contain fiber and vitamin A which make them great for digestion. Not only do they have these nutrients but potassium as well that is important in maintaining blood pressure levels. Plums also offer antioxidants such as anthocyanins or polyphenol which fight off free radicals!Plums contain large amounts of sugar, so this can have gastrointestinal problems if feeding your rabbit too many plums. That's not all, plums also contain a lot of water and can cause bloating in your rabbit.
PlantsPlum TreePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsPlumosa FernPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsPoincianaPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsPoinsettiaAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsPoison AshPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsPoison HemlockPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsPoison IvyPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsPoison NutPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsPoison OakPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsPoison SumacPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsPoke SaladPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsPokeweedPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsPoppyPOISON!NEVERThe opium alkaloids contained in poppy plants are highly toxic to rabbits, but the seeds contain a deadly concentration of these substances. Even dried plant matter can be fatal for some bunnies!
PlantsPot Mum/Spider MumPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsPotatoPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsPotato PlantsPOISON!NEVERUnripe potatoes and their leaves, stems, and any greener parts should be avoided as they are toxic for rabbits. The plants contain alkaloid compounds that can cause drooling, difficulty breathing, or trembling in the rabbit if consumed by a large quantity. If these symptoms persist from eating too many green vegetables then it is worth checking with your veterinarian to see what's wrong!
VegetablesPotatoesAvoid eatingNEVERThey contain high levels of starch and carbs which may cause problems with your bunny's digestive system.
PlantsPothosPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsPrecatory BeanPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsPrickly Copper-WeedPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsPrickly PoppyPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsPride of BarbadosPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsPrimroseAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsPrivet HedgePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsPurple Mint Purple Mint - Poison to rabbits POISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsPurple SesbaneAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsPyracanthaAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsRabbitbrushPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
VegetablesRadicchioSafe to eatDaily, but in moderationVitamin K is a powerful nutrient and something a rabbit’s body will need to stay healthy.Radicchio, like other vegetables, should not be given in large quantities to rabbits to avoid digestive problems
VegetablesRadish Tops Radish Tops Safe in moderation1-2 times per weekRadish greens, rich in vitamin C, vitamin B6, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, calcium, and vitamin ANever mix the radish leaves with high oxalate-containing leaves like spinach, parsley, beet greens, mustard greens.
FruitRaspberriesSafe in moderation1-2 times per weekThis fruit is high in fiber, and it offers lots of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants to benefit your rabbit's overall well-being.Overfeeding rabbits can lead to Gastrointestinal Stasis, Diarrhea, Uneaten cecotropes, Dental problems, and Obesity
PlantsRattleboxAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsRattleweedAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsRayless GoldenrodPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsRed EmeraldAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsRed PrincessPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsRed SagePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsRhododendronPOISON!NEVERRhododendrons are beautiful, yet poisonous to rabbits. The flowers of this plant can be toxic if ingested by a domesticated rabbit even in small quantities; wild rabbits have the natural instinct to avoid these plants altogether. If your pet has consumed any portion from one of these deadly shrubs or trees and you aren’t sure what to do next, seek advice immediately as time is crucial for survival

The rhododendron flower is both beautifully delicate and highly toxic for domestic bunnies
PlantsRhubarbPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsRipple IvyPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsRosary PeaPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
HerbsRose PetalsSafe in moderation1-2 times per weekRoses provide a variety of health benefits for rabbits. The petals act as an anti-carcinogen and help prevent cancer from developing, while they also aid in preventing infections and respiratory diseases by calming the rabbit's nerves. Rose hips are known to be digestive aids that can improve your bunny’s immune system too!
PlantsRose-BayPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsRosebayPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
HerbsRosemarySafe in moderation1-2 times per weekRosemary is an herb that can be used to help treat your rabbit's arthritis, prevent heart disease, and aid digestion. It may also provide protection from some tumorous cancers.
PlantsSacahuistaPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsSaddle Leaf PhilodendronPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
HerbsSageSafe in moderation1-2 times per weekSage is a herb that can be used to treat minor inflammation, help with digestive health and reduce fever. It also has the ability to reduce frequent infections too!
PlantsSago PalmPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsSand BegoniaPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsSatin PothosPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsScheffleraPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsScillaPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsScindapusPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsSeedsAvoid eatingNEVERDo not feed your rabbit potatoes, corn, beans, seeds, or nuts. These foods are difficult for rabbits to digest and can cause serious digestive problems!
PlantsShamrock Plant/OxalisPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsSheep LaurelPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsSilver PothosPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
VegetablesSilverbeetAvoid eatingNEVERSilverbeet, a vegetable also known as chard can cause your bunny to suffer from colic and bloating. This is because it has high levels of oxalates which lead to these unpleasant symptoms that should be avoided.
PlantsSilverleaf NightshadePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsSilverlingAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsSkunk Cabbage Skunk Cabbage - Poison for rabbits POISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsSnakeweedAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsSneezeweedPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsSnow-on-the-mountainPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsSolomon's SealPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsSorghumAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsSpathe FlowerPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsSpider Climbing LillyPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsSplit Leaf PhilodendronPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsSpotted Dumb CanePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsSprengeri Fern (asparagus)Avoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsSquillPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsSt. Johns WortAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsStar of BethlehemPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsStinkweedPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
FruitStrawberries (fruit only! Remove leaves)Safe in moderation1-2 times per weekStrawberries are a great snack for bunnies because they have so much water, which is good to keep them hydrated. Strawberries also contain antioxidants that help defend cells from free radicals and can even prevent heart disease in rabbits!
The fruit is also a rich source of magnesium. It is important for rabbits because they are prone to developing bladder sludge (it is the thickening of the urine with calcium salts that never convert into stones).
Overfeeding rabbits can lead to Gastrointestinal Stasis, Diarrhea, Uneaten cecotropes, Dental problems, and Obesity
PlantsStrawberry BushPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsString of BeadsAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsString of PearlsAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsStriped DracaenaPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsSudan grassAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsSugarAvoid eatingRarelyNot healthy
PlantsSwamp Laurel / Bog LaurelPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsSweet FlagPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsSweet PeaPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
VegetablesSweet PotatoesAvoid eatingNEVERJust like potatoes, it contains high amounts of solanine and high levels of sugar. Consumption should be completely avoided. It can cause severe digestive disorders.
PlantsSweetheart IvyPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsSwiss Cheese PlantPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsTallow Chinese/JapanesePOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsTansyPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsTaraPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsTaro VinePOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
HerbsThymeSafe in moderation1-2 times per weekThyme has been found to have a variety of medicinal properties that can be used for rabbits. It contains caffeic acid and luteolin which give it antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory benefits, as well as blood-thinning effects, both useful in preventing cardiovascular diseases. Thyme also helps alleviate the symptoms of respiratory illnesses like asthma or bronchitis while reducing fever levels too!
PlantsToadstoolsPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsTobaccoPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsTomatoPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsTomato PlantsPOISON!NEVERTomato plants are related to nightshade, and many parts of them can be toxic to rabbits. The leaves and stems contain solanines that can poison your rabbit if they eat too much in one sitting.

However, if they manage to eat a good portion of the tomato vine, the rabbit may experience difficulty breathing and drooling and an inflamed stomach, or even death!
PlantsToyonPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsTree PhilodendronPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsTrue AloeAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsTrumpet FlowerPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsTrumpet PlantPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsTulipPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsTulipsPOISON!NEVERFlower with bulbs is potentially poisonous for rabbits. The flower as well as the leaves' stems and roots should be kept out of reach of bunnies because some bulb plants can cause delayed symptoms in them. Rabbits eat these flowers but may show no signs until later on when there's a toxic reaction.
PlantsTullidoraPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
VegetablesTurnipsAvoid eatingNEVERThe turnip is very difficult for rabbits to digest.
PlantsTurpentine PlantAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsUmbrella PlantPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsVariable DieffenbachiaPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsVariegated PhilodendronPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsVariegated Rubber PlantPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsVirginia CreeperAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsWalnutPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
FruitWalnutsAvoid eatingNEVERWalnuts are high in fat, not fiber. This can cause your bunny to get a tummy ache and comfort is key! Try feeding them fresh veggies or herbs for a more nutritious snack that will keep their stomach happy.
PlantsWarneckei DracaenaPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsWater HemlockPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsWater ParsnipPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
VegetablesWatercressSafe to eatDaily, but in moderationWatercress is very nutritious and will benefit your rabbits in a great way. It is loaded with vitamin K and C while it has moderate to low amounts of vitamin A, vitamin B6 riboflavin, thiamine, vitamin E as well as calcium, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, and pantothenic acid or vitamin B5Too much may cause stomach upsets and diarrhea
FruitWatermelon (no seeds) Watermelon for rabbits Safe in moderationRarelyCan only provide a small amount of nutrition, but watermelon has a high water content of more than 90%, so it can help your bunny stay hydrated.
Contains a large amount of sugar. To much sugar can cause obesity and other serious health issues in rabbits
PlantsWeedPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsWeeping FigAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsWheatgrassSafe to eatDaily, but in moderationWheatgrass is nutritious as it has vitamins A, C, E, K, as well as thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, vitamin B6, potassium, zinc, iron, copper, selenium, magnesium, and dietary fiberDon´t replace this with hay, because it has less fiber compared with ex. timothy hay and will not effectively wear your rabbit’s teeth or promote healthy gut motility and digestion
PlantsWhite SnakerootPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsWild CarrotPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsWild Cucumber Wild Cucumber is poison for rabbits POISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsWild Cucumber/BalsamAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsWild JessaminePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsWild MushroomsPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsWild PeaAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsWild PeasPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsWild TobaccoPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
OtherWillow BarkSafe in moderation1-2 times per weekWillow bark is the perfect chew toy for rabbits suffering from arthritis-related symptoms. Not only does willow bark help soothe their joints, but it has strong antiinflammatory properties as well!
PlantsWindflowerPOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsWisteriaPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsWolfsbanePOISON!NEVERWolfsbane is a toxic plant that can cause serious digestive upsets for rabbits. The alkaloids contained in the wolfsbane are what make it so dangerous to our furry friends, and when enough of them get into their system they could develop heart problems or even have an allergic reaction causing their organs to shut down. Luckily all parts of this herb provide some kind of unpleasant taste which will deter any potential bunnies from getting too close!
PlantsWood-RosePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsWoodbineAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsYaupon HollyPOISON!NEVERAllergens, dermal sensitivity toxins, or systemic toxins of lesser strengths. Since rabbits inevitably chew items, these toxins could be more of a problem than the current literature indicates.
If you see your rabbit chew and eat some of this plant, then be alerted, keep a close eye on your rabbit, and if you see any abnormal behavior from your rabbit then call the vet right away.
PlantsYellow JasminePOISON!NEVERThe plants that produce systemic toxins or local effect toxins to cause system problems should stay out of your household. Unless they are totally protected from rabbits!

Call your vet immediately or go to an emergency clinic right away if your rabbit has eaten this!
PlantsYerba-de-PasmoAvoid eatingNEVERThis plant is considered as a low-toxic or non-toxic plant, but if you suspect your rabbit is experiencing poisoning, call for help immediately.
If the plant was ingested, bring in any whole pieces or chewed parts of it to provide evidence as well as get a professional's opinion on what kind of poison might be involved and how soon treatment needs to start.
PlantsYewPOISON!NEVERGiving your rabbit yew foliage or berries is highly dangerous. This can cause sudden death, difficulty breathing, and an inflamed stomach in mild cases. Even if the branches have been cut from a tree for weeks and dried they are still toxic to rabbits!
OtherYogurtAvoid eatingNEVERIf you are a rabbit owner, don't feed your furry friends yogurt or dairy products. Rabbits lack the necessary bacteria to digest milk derivatives in their intestines and stomachs- so when they consume them these foods will actually accelerate stasis!
OtherYogurt DropsPOISON!NEVERResearch suggests that these could contribute to lethal cases of enterotoxemia, or "a toxic overgrowth of bad bacteria in the intestinal tract."
HerbsYuccaSafe in moderation1-2 times per weekYucca is a herb that has been shown to reduce cholesterol, help prevent heart disease and boost the immune system of rabbits. It also works as an anti-inflammatory which can be used in the treatment of arthritis. Yucca reduces the amount of ammonia in rabbit urine and aids in the prevention of liver or kidney diseases too!
VegetablesZucchini Zucchini is safe for rabbits Safe in moderation1-2 times per weekEven though it is not particularly rich in any one vitamin or mineral, zucchini has a small amount of a wide variety of essential nutrientsWhile most rabbits digest zucchini well, some will find that it bothers their stomach. Because zucchini is relatively high in sugar, it can upset your rabbit’s digestive balance. Diarrhea is a common symptom of this; if your rabbit's poops get runny, remove zucchini from their diet.
FruitKiwiSafe in moderation1-2 times per weekYou can find all these vitamins in Kiwi. Vitamin C for immunity, or vitamin A (good for the eyes), vitamin E (helps with hair growth and helps keep skin healthy), vitamin B6 (great to help your rabbit's blood cells regenerate) potassium, vitamin K, and copper are important too!

You could also get them from a variety of foods like almonds which have lots of manganese & zinc plus polyunsaturated oils that make excellent antioxidants. Plus you've got enough calories without any cholesterol at all!
Because it’s high in sugar and starch it can cause diarrhea, constipation, or cecal motility problems, so feed it sparingly.
FruitMangoSafe in moderation1-2 times per weekThanks to its healthy blend of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that help support a rabbit's immune system, mango is a good fruit snack for rabbits.Can cause diarrhea. As with all fruit, it´s high in sugar which is not good for your rabbit.

Avoid fruits in general if your rabbit has gastrointestinal issues on a regular basis.
FruitStar FruitSafe in moderationRarelyHigher in fiber than fruit in general.The Star Fruit is high in sugar and water, making it something rabbits don’t need or should be given in only small amounts as treats.
FruitRaisinSafe in moderationRarelyThe potassium in raisins can help fight high blood pressure, and they contain antioxidants to protect your bunnies from free radicals.Very high in sugar! Your bunnies may develop weight issues due to the high calorific content of these raisins. Feeding them with a lot of dried grapes can cause not only diarrhea but other health problems including obesity, so make sure you keep an eye on your bunny's diet!
FruitSultanasSafe in moderationRarelyThe potassium in Sultanas can help fight high blood pressure, and they contain antioxidants to protect your bunnies from free radicals.Very high in sugar! Your bunnies may develop weight issues due to the high calorific content of these sultanas. Feeding them with a lot of dried grapes can cause not only diarrhea but other health problems including obesity, so make sure you keep an eye on your bunny's diet!
FruitCurrantsSafe in moderationRarelyThe potassium in currants can help fight high blood pressure, and they contain antioxidants to protect your bunnies from free radicals.Very high in sugar! Your bunnies may develop weight issues due to the high calorific content of these currants. Feeding them with a lot of dried grapes can cause not only diarrhea but other health problems including obesity, so make sure you keep an eye on your bunny's diet!
PlantsAsparagusSafe to eat1-2 times per weekRabbits need a lot of fiber in their diet, and asparagus is an excellent source. It’s also low-calorie so it works well for any bunnies trying to watch what they eat!You should introduce asparagus gradually to prevent your bunny from having a messy and uncomfortable experience. Asparagus is high in water, so you’ll want to make sure they have plenty of time for their stomachs to adjust before risking an upset tummy or diarrhea.
VegetablesCabbage Cabbage for your rabbit Safe to eatDaily, but in moderationThe antioxidants it contains can help keep your rabbit healthy on a cellular level, and the fiber helps with digestion.Too much cabbage can lead to bloating and painful gas for your little friend. This is something that you'll want to avoid at all costs!
VegetablesCelery Celery safe for rabbits Safe to eatDaily, but in moderationCelery is the rabbit's answer to a healthy diet. It contains many vitamins, minerals, and nutrients that are beneficial for rabbits' overall health such as calcium, choline, fiber folate, and folic acid just to name a few of these necessities. Celery also helps keep teeth in check due to how crunchy it can be.The most dangerous of which is celery strings!
Celery can be a deadly danger to rabbits because it may get stuck in their stomach and cause blockages. It can also easily get caught on your rabbit's teeth, leading them to infection. To prevent this from happening with cutting the string into one-inch sections (or smaller).
VegetablesBeetroot Greens Beetroot Greens Safe in moderationRarelyCan give your rabbit an energy boost. But only give your rabbit this vegetable in a very small amount.Has a lot of sugar, calcium, and potassium in beetroot, and can negatively affect a rabbit’s digestive system.
PlantsAgrimony Agrimony Safe to eat1-2 times per weekHas astringent and tonic properties. All parts can be fed to rabbits. Contains iron, vitamins B and K, and essential oils. Also diuretic.

Vitamins and Minerals Benefits

Is your bunny deficient in vitamins and minerals? If so, this list of benefits for the various vitamins and minerals will help you make sure that they are getting what they need. 

The first thing to know is that every vitamin has a different function- some help with growth and repair, others promote healthy immune systems. These nutrients also work together to keep your rabbit feeling its best!

Below you will find a table with the most important vitamins and minerals and what benefits your rabbit has from them. You can look through the whole list or you can search for a specific vitamin or mineral.

Vitamins and MineralsBenefits for Rabbits
Vitamin AThis improves your rabbit’s vision and encourages healthy teeth and bones.
Vitamin B1 (Thiamin)Needed on most of the animal nutrition. It also participates in the synthesis of substances that regulate the nervous system. But rabbits do not need any of the vitamin B complexes in their food. Bunnies can produce all the different types of vitamin B themselves. When they eat their food, the processes in their intestines create vitamin B. Bunnies then create a special type of poo (caecotrophs, which are shiny, soft, smelly small poos joined together). They eat this straight away (which is why you rarely see this type of poo), and so can absorb the vitamins they need.
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine)This is key to your rabbit’s metabolism. It helps them maintain a healthy weight and digest food. But rabbits do not need any of the vitamin B complexes in their feed. Bunnies can produce all the different types of vitamin B themselves. When they eat their food, the processes in their intestines create vitamin B. Bunnies then create a special type of poo (caecotrophs, which are shiny, soft, smelly small poos joined together). They eat this straight away (which is why you rarely see this type of poo), and so can absorb the vitamins they need.
Vitamin B9 (Folate)Rabbits do not need any of the vitamin B complexes in their feed. Bunnies can produce all the different types of vitamin B themselves. When they eat their food, the processes in their intestines create vitamin B. Bunnies then create a special type of poo (caecotrophs, which are shiny, soft, smelly small poos joined together). They eat this straight away (which is why you rarely see this type of poo), and so can absorb the vitamins they need.
Vitamin B12Its deficiency causes a deficiency in the process of cell division and anemia. But rabbits do not need any of the vitamin B complexes in their feed. Bunnies can produce all the different types of vitamin B themselves. When they eat their food, the processes in their intestines create vitamin B. Bunnies then create a special type of poo (caecotrophs, which are shiny, soft, smelly small poos joined together). They eat this straight away (which is why you rarely see this type of poo), and so can absorb the vitamins they need.
Vitamin CRabbits do not need Vitamin C. It does encourage healing if your rabbit damages their skin, though
Vitamin ERabbits rely on strong muscles to move, especially in their legs. Vitamin E plays a significant role in keeping their muscles supple.
Vitamin KA rabbit that lacks Vitamin K1 can become anemic. This is dangerous as rabbits are already small and delicate.
CalciumRabbits need calcium to create bones. Bones are a mixture of collagen (a protein) and calcium phosphate (which helps make bones hard). Growing bunnies need more calcium than mature rabbits, as their bodies and bones are still growing. If female rabbits are pregnant or feeding their young, then they will also need more calcium (rabbit milk is particularly rich in calcium). Rabbits also need calcium for a range of other purposes. Calcium is involved in how muscles contract, in how blood clots, and in making sure that the balance of electrolytes in the body is right.
ChlorideSupplementation might be an additional dietary treatment to increase the elimination of urine crystals in rabbits
CobaltRabbits need cobalt to enable them to make Vitamin B12
CopperRabbits need copper to help make hair, collagen and to regulate how the body uses iron and creates energy. If bunnies don’t get enough they may suffer from anemia, dermatitis, and bone marrow problems.
IodineThe thyroid gland (that looks after energy production) needs iodine. Without it, the thyroid gland gets bigger to try to compensate
IronRabbits need iron to help make blood. Red blood cells are made up of hemoglobin, a complex protein connected to an iron complex.
MagnesiumRabbits need magnesium because their parathyroid glands need magnesium – and the parathyroid glands help make bones, and control how much calcium is in the body through creating hormones. The more calcium in the diet, the more magnesium a bunny needs. So make sure that your rabbit is not getting too much calcium. One sign that your bunny might not have enough magnesium in their diet is fur chewing (though this can also be caused by not enough fiber in the diet, or by other non-diet-related reasons, like stress).
ManganeseThis mineral helps a rabbit grow and maintain strong, sturdy bones.
PotassiumRabbits need sodium and potassium to help ensure that there’s the right amount of fluids in the bunny’s body. They balance out the fluids in the cells with the fluid around them. Sodium and potassium work together as electrolytes. Bunnies also need potassium and sodium for passing nerve signals along with the bodies. Molecular pumps in our cells move potassium onto one side of a cell wall, and sodium on the other.
PhosphorusRabbits need phosphorus in their diet to help build bones – a major part of bones is calcium phosphate. Generally, bunnies need about two-thirds to half the amount of phosphorus compared to calcium.
SeleniumRabbits need selenium in very small amounts. Most mammals use selenium to mop op peroxides (free radical compounds which are by-products of your body working) which could otherwise damage cells. But bunnies mostly use Vitamin E to do this.
SodiumRabbits need sodium and potassium to help ensure that there’s the right amount of fluids in the bunny’s body. They balance out the fluids in the cells with the fluid around them. Sodium and potassium work together as electrolytes. Bunnies also need potassium and sodium for passing nerve signals along with the bodies. Molecular pumps in our cells move potassium onto one side of a cell wall, and sodium on the other.
ZincRabbits need the minerals manganese, zinc, iodine, and selenium for a whole variety of reasons. Many enzymes use zinc, and it is also involved in cell division.

Conclusion

Thank you for reading! We hope that this ultimate guide to rabbit diet has helped you understand what rabbits can and cannot eat, the benefits of different vitamins and minerals in their diet, as well as some concerns about not providing a proper rabbit diet.

Please let us know your comments below or any other thoughts on this topic. The more we share information with each other to create an informed community, the better off our bunnies will be.

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