CORN ON THE COB?
A rabbit diet is particularly important. The stomach of a rabbit is sensitive; give rabbits the wrong type of food, and they can become ill.
Rabbits cannot eat corn on the cob or corn in other preparations. The hull of corn is made up of a certain type of polysaccharide that rabbits cannot digest.
Can rabbits eat corn on the cob?
Corn kernels contain a complex non-cellulose polysaccharide. Corn kernels can cause bloating, intestinal blockage, GI stasis, and other digestive issues.
Dangers in Feeding Your Rabbits Corn
Carrot - Carrots have a high carbohydrate content that can trigger GI disturbances. Rabbits should only eat carrots sparingly.
Safe Treats for Your Rabbit
Rabbits cannot digest corn, and it can make them very sick. While rabbits can safely eat corn husks and other snacks, keep the number of treats moderate.