Diarrhoea, restlessness, panting, a rapid heartbeat, a high body temperature, fidgeting, and difficulty relaxing are a few of the signs of issues brought on by eating chocolate.
Varied researchers said that yoghurt or even drops of yoghurt can enhance the development of evil microbes in the intestines of rabbits, a complexity also known as enterotoxemia.
The skin, pit, leaves and flesh of avocados hold a compound called persin which is extremely toxic for the bunnies and can cause behavioural deformities and breathing problems.
4. Raw Onions, Leeks, Garlic
Foods like raw leeks, raw onions, and raw garlic include n-propyl disulphide, an oxidant that attaches to RBCs and can cause severe oxidative damage that disturbs the rabbits' red blood cells.
5. Iceberg Lettuce
Dark, green lettuces are thought to be excellent for rabbits, but light lettuces, such as icebergs, contain a harmful substance called lactucarium that, if taken in large quantities, can further complicate rabbit health.