No, you should not feed your rabbit Doritos. Some human foods are safe to share with your furry friend, but Doritos are not one of them. The best types of human food for your rabbit should come from the vegetable food group.
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What if My Rabbit Eats Doritos?
If your rabbit eats a small amount of Doritos on a one-off occasion, they probably won’t have any serious problems.
But if they eat a large portion? Make sure you see a veterinarian. Especially if your rabbit isn’t eating, drinking, or defecating.
Why Are Doritos Bad for Rabbits?
Doritos contain salt, flour, and sugar which can cause health issues for your rabbit.
Frequently eating Doritos can cause health issues such as:
- Diarrhea: Soft stools, not the typical solid, round pellets you usually see.
- Gastrointestinal (GI) Stasis: Difficulty passing food through their gut, sometimes causing bloating, reduced appetite, your rabbit is unable to poop, or is behaving out of character. If you think your rabbit has GI Stasis, seek vet treatment immediately.
Can Rabbits Eat Chips?
No, rabbits can’t eat chips. Chips are carbohydrates and an accidental nibble won’t have lasting effects but aren’t good long-term. Make sure you are feeding your rabbit a healthy diet and look out below for some tips on what to feed your rabbit.
Can Rabbits Eat Tortilla Chips?
No, rabbits can’t eat tortilla chips. This is because tortilla chips are salty and this can cause health issues for rabbits. Try to avoid salty foods where possible.
What Should I Feed My Rabbit?
The perfect diet for your rabbit is a constant supply of hay, clean water, and plenty of fresh green veggies. If you’re unsure which vegetables are safe, you can check online. Rabbits generally like raw, green, leafy vegetables