Celery is a vegetable from the Apiaceae family. It’s commonly found in most countries and used in all kinds of cooking dishes. Such as soups, pies, and eaten on its own. I used to eat a lot of celery growing up actually as my parents grew it in the back garden. It’s tasty and low in calories, so perfect for human consumption.
If you buy or grow celery and you have a pet bunny, you’re probably wondering can rabbits eat celery?
Yes, they can. In my experience rabbits really like eating celery. Cut it up into smaller pieces for them as it’s easier to eat like this and they will not get long stringy bits caught up in their teeth.
Please remember that a healthy bunny needs a healthy, balanced diet. This means plenty of good quality Timothy Hay, pellets, and fresh water. All other foods need to be given to rabbits in moderation, whether it’s good for them or not. This will ensure digestive issues are kept to a minimum.
I know it’s always tempting to treat your bunny, but keeping them healthy and happy is the best thing you can do as a responsible pet owner.