Mixerama Campbelli Dwarf Hamster Gourmet Menu
Campbelli Dwarf Hamster Gourmet Menu €5,99 €7,99

Campbelli Dwarf Hamster Gourmet Menu

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Mixerama Clamazis Campbelli Dwarf Hamster Mix

The Campbell Gourmet Menu is a complete pet food with a varied palette of herbs and seeds that stimulates dwarf hamsters to occupy themselves with the food for a longer period of time. The composition of the feed mixture is also suitable for hybrids with diabetes problems. The mixture contains 60.8% mealy seeds, 28.1% oilseeds, 6.3% flowers and herbs and 4.8% animal protein.

Dwarf Campbell hamsters spend much of their lives foraging for food. They cover very long distances every day. To provide the dwarves with similar options when it comes to keeping pets, keepers must use aids such as a balance bike, tunnel, and natural amenities, as well as food suitable for animals. The food can be offered in a bowl or distributed in a cage. The latter ensures more activity, since the hamsters have to find their own food.

Clamazis Campbell-Mix is ​​​​particularly suitable for dwarf Campbell hamsters kept in groups. The rich blend also satisfies different tastes within a Campbell group. Regularly supplement the main food with fresh food.

Is Mixerama Clamazis Campbelli Dwarf Hamster Food Natural Dwarf Hamster Food?

Yes, it is a natural food for Dwarf Hamsters (Campbelli Dwarf Hamster). The composition is tailored to the natural nutritional needs of these animals. No pressed kibbles have been added.

Is Mixerama Clamazis Campbelli Dwarf Hamster Food complete Dwarf Hamster food?

Yes, because there is an analysis available for this food, it is a complete food for Dwarf Hamsters (Campbelli Dwarf Hamster) that can be given as the main food.

Feeding advice Mixerama Clamazis Campbelli Dwarf hamster food

Observe the eating behavior of your animals and give 2-4 teaspoons per day per animal.
We recommend a regular weight check of the individual animals to avoid problems of differences in feed intake within the group. Supplement the basic food by regularly giving suitable fresh food, such as cucumbers, courgettes, parsley.

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Storage advice Mixerama Clamazis Campbelli Dwarf Hamster Food

Keep cool dark and dry. Use within 4 weeks of opening.

We advise not to buy too much food at once. If a larger stock is required, always store it in a dark, cool and tightly closed place.

Composition Mixerama Clamazis Campbell Mix

Grass seeds, canary seeds, platah millet, buckwheat, linseed, red millet, sesame seed, sunflower seeds, mealworms, dandelion leaf, silver millet, pumpkin seeds, rapeseed, Senegal millet, hemp seed, cardi, Japanese millet, niger seed, lavender flowers, pink flowers, marigold flowers, chamomile flowers, pink flowers.

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Content (approx): 500 grams | 1 kg | 2,5 kg | 5 kg
Composition: Canary seed, buckwheat, brown linseed, mealworms, red fescue grass, sesame seed, platahiret, timothy grass, cornflower, grass seeds, red millet, dandelion leaves, white millet, pumpkin seeds, Senegalese millet, white beetroot, cardigan, Nigaharse seedling
Analysis: Crude ash 3.8% Crude protein 17.5% Crude fiber 10.8% Pure protein 16.9% Red fat 15.9% Starch 28.0% Total sugar (sucrose) 1.7% Calcium 0.22% Phosphorus 0.45%
Promotes Foraging: Yes, by scattering around
Suitable for: Rodents, dwarf hamster, Campbell Dwarf Hamster
Particularities: Complete feed
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