One of my Holland Lop does was drinking excessively every single day. She was otherwise healthy, eating well, normal bathroom habits, etc. She had been like this since the day I bought her, so I just figured it was normal for her. Then, one day out of curiosity, I gave her a salt lick.
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Nutritional Supplements for Your Rabbit
Nutritional supplements for rabbits include licks, vitamin and mineral supplements, and certain fruit supplements. Many rabbit owners provide their animals with salt or trace mineral licks. Such items contain salt and other minerals a rabbit needs in its diet.
The 3 most important foods for a rabbit are hay, hay, and HAY! Contrary to popular belief, rabbits do not need salt licks, vitamins, or hard wooden objects to wear their teeth down. Teeth are kept worn to a proper length by the silicate and lignin content of grass and grass.