Garlic is a vegetable that is often added to foods and dishes to spice them up a bit and give them more flavor.
Personally I love garlic and eat a lot more of it than most people eat. It tastes great and has some health benefits as well.
The main downfall though is that it gives you bad breath after eating it.
So can rabbits eat garlic at all?
Yes, but with a few conditions such as it needs to be very limited and for particular medical reasons.
If you were to give too much garlic to your rabbit it would definitely be bad for their health and should be avoided.
Also if your rabbit doesn’t garlic and it isn’t for medical reasons then you should avoid feeding garlic to your rabbits.
Some medical purposes include:
- helping get rid of toxins in their skin
- lower serum cholesterol levels in rabbits on high fat diets
- reduce gas in the digestive tract by reducing tension in the stomach
- remove excess mucus and help rabbits respiratory systems
Yes rabbits can eat garlic but only if just a little bit and only for medical reasons.
Otherwise its best to avoid feeding garlic to your rabbit as it doesn’t benefit their diet.