Please do not feed your rabbit strictly pellets! Pellets should be measured 1/4 a cup for 5-7lbs, 1/2 a cup for 8-10lbs, and 3/4 a cup for 11-15lbs. Baby bunnies through the age of 6 months should be given unlimited pellets along with the other portion of their balanced diet due to the fact they are nutrient and calorie packed which growing bunnies need!
Alfalfa hay should be given to babies up to 7 months of age as well as kindling mothers. Adults should receive Timothy hay or oat. Make your rabbits hay available at all times. This is vital to their digestion. Veggies are wonderful sources of nutrition for your bunny. Avoid cabbage, lettuce and avocado. Carrots, broccoli, mustard greens etc. are great ones to introduce. Do not give any veggies to bunnies less than 3 months old. Fruits are a great treat and can be offered in small amounts 2-3 times a week. Examples are sliced apples, bananas or oranges. Again the internet has endless info on lists of safe foods for your bunny. Make sure your bunny has plenty of fresh drinking water daily!
Here is a list of foods that are safe for rabbits that I go by:
Vegis should be given in moderatin daily!
2-4 carrots, mustard or collard greens, clover, parsley, dandelion flowers and leaves, cilantro, green peppers, broccoli, alfalfa, raddish, and clover sprouts, romain lettuce, celery without the strings, spinach, kale
Fruits should be given in small amounts!
2-4 raisins per day, apples bannanas, strawberries, grapes, peaches, blueberries, rasberries, orange, melon
DO NOT GIVE RABBITS THE FOLLOWING!
crackers, cookies, seeds, nuts, chocolate, sugary breakfast cereals, corn, peas, potatoes, iceberg lettuce, treats with meat, or avocado, cabbage, lettuce