In the wild, rabbits eat fresh grasses, weeds, leaves and bark.
Rabbits fed on commercial diets can develop teeth problems because
they are low in fibre; obesity because they are high in energy; and
they will often feed selectively, picking out pieces that are low
in calcium, which can lead to problems with bones.
An ideal diet would consist of 70% hay, 28%% greens and 2%
pellets. This would be a big handful of hay, about the size of your
rabbit, a handful of greens twice a day and a couple of tablespoons
Vegetables that are good to feed rabbits include: Dandelion
leaves, cabbage, celery, chickweed, carrots, peas, lettuce and
peppers. The occasional sprig of herb, slice of apple or a couple
of berries, a few times a week are good treats.