The answer to this question is a little tricky, as there is some disagreement over whether or not tarragon is safe for rabbits to eat. Some sources say that it is safe, while others recommend avoiding it altogether.
So, what should you do? If you’re unsure, it’s best to err on the side of caution and avoid it.
Tarragon is a type of herb and as such poses some potential risks for bunnies. For example, some herbs can cause gastrointestinal irritation if eaten in large quantities or over a long period of time. Additionally, they may interact with other medications your rabbit is taking or have adverse effects on certain health conditions that your rabbit may have.
If you are going to give your bunny tarragon, it’s best to do so in very small quantities and only on occasion.
In general, it’s best to avoid giving your bunny any herbs other than those specifically recommended by your veterinarian. Rabbits are prone to developing gastrointestinal problems, so it’s important to be careful about what you feed them.
Can rabbits eat other types of herbs?
No, it’s best to avoid giving your bunny any other types of herbs. As mentioned earlier, they are prone to developing gastrointestinal problems, so it’s important to be careful about what you feed them. Stick to herbs specifically recommended by your veterinarian.
What should I do if my rabbit gets sick after eating tarragon?
If your bunny shows any signs of gastrointestinal irritation (e.g., vomiting, diarrhea), stop giving them tarragon immediately and contact your veterinarian.
Can I give my rabbit tarragon again after they recover from the illness?
Again, it’s best to err on the side of caution and avoid giving your rabbit tarragon after they get sick. If you really want to give them some, talk to your veterinarian first.
How much tarragon can I safely give my rabbit?
Tarragon is considered safe for rabbits when given in small portions on occasion. However, it’s best to avoid giving it to your bunny altogether.