pet health


Question by  whoareyou (3483)

Where do I get milk for new born bunnies?

What kind of milk do they need? I don't want to hurt them.


Answer by  maber (1427)

If you go to a animal supply or pet store, you will be able to buy formula that you can make for the bunnies.


Answer by  Angela17 (697)

You will need to go to your local pet store or Vets office and buy a milk "replacer". You may not think so, but, its vey common. The best milk to get them would be a goats milk. Do not feed them human milk, they will starve from it.


Answer by  AmandaLynn1288 (104)

Try finding a farmers market. They usually carry milk for baby animals, and if they don't have it, they will know where to get it.


Answer by  meakulpa (65)

You can find formula at any Petco. Tell the employee to help you find Pet Ag KMR Milk Replacer Food Supplement.


Answer by  katrescuer (431)

Baby bunnies are very hard for humans to raise and are best left with their mother. They need night droppings in their milk or they will get diarrhea and die.


Answer by  TheAnswerFairy (2345)

You can buy milk replacer designed specifically for baby bunnies from a veterinarian. Do not use regular cows' milk you get at the grocery store. The best thing by far, though, is to not take the babies away from their mother, since even if properly cared for they typically die.

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