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Complaint no affidavit been helping people love boost probabilities talks Also, Iput a few peices of fresh fruit on the top of his salad. I get him out, and enclose him the living area where I sit and let him play. He jumps and spins a lot and eats very well. I have done a lot of reading on how to take care of little he can live a healthy life. He is indoor all the time unless I hold him outside to enjoy nice weather. I have grown very attached to him quickly and want him to have the best. Can you tell me, based on all that I've told you, if there is anything I should do different or addition to this to better care for baby? Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! Hi I am glad that you want to do the best you can to learn about your new pet They do the best if you learn advance what the potential problems can be, before they arise. first suggestion would be to watch the amount of pellets and fruit that he gets. While and growing, they not affect his health as much, but once he becomes adult they can become a detriment to his well-being. He actually needs the alfalfa based pellets while a juvenile, but after he is six months old I would switch him to a hay based pellet. There is a big difference. The amount of pellets is critical because just a little bit too much over the term can really add up and cause problems. Mine get a teaspoon to a tablespoon a day of pellets because they get their salad each day. It is too much to get the maximum pellets and then the maximum salad and then treats and fruit on top of that, too. This lead to obesity and very early death due to health complications. I enjoy giving them a varied salad, I cut back on their pellets a lot. They get some that they eat quickly, but then I do not give them more than the small amount I mentioned. You should not regulate pellets that much while they are growing quickly, because they need the extra protein and calories order to grow. Once they are adults, though you need to watch their diets very closely. It is the number one reason rabbits die It leads to health complications, most of which are irreversible once the gets sick. The time to consider these problems is before they happen and diet is key. Lots and lots of fresh grass hay a daily salad of four or five different kind of greens twice the size of the 's head and a VERY small amount of pellets Make sure that your rabbit is not allergic to any of the greens that you give him. This means be extra careful when introducing new greens to your rabbit. Upset tummies can lead to gas and bloat, which is a serious problem rabbits. I have written articles about how to introduce new foods to your and you should try and read on that subject. Lastly, you need to seriously monitor your 's fruit and treats. These are high calorie foods that usually are not part of a wild rabbit's diet. They replace a lot of their most important food, which is hay. Just think how much hay you replace with a high calorie piece of fruit. I have also found that sugars change the chemistry inside your 's gut. It can actually cause intestinal distress rabbits who 't get it regularly, which tells me it is bad for them. If I have to give it to them all the time order to get their