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After class, I was hungry so I walked on over to the store to buy some snacks for myself.
I purchased dried apricots (sunmaid brand) and dried figs (dunno the brand) with no added sugar.
I liked the apricots, but the figs, not so much. My bunny seemed to LOVE the dried figs, however. She liked the apricots, but not nearly as much as she liked the figs.
Can you suggest any other dried fruit (or veggies) as treats for bunnies? I've seen dried tomatoes, too.
The petstore treats don't cut it. :/ Oxbow may have bunny-safe, expensive ones...
What can you tell me about natural dried prunes (no added sugar, organic)?