Bunny Nature GoVet RescueFeed for Rodents & Rabbits!
GoVet RescueFeed for Rodents & Rabbits! €5,99 €7,99

GoVet RescueFeed for Rodents & Rabbits!

€7,99 €5,99
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Product description

Bunny Nature RescueFeed Forced Food for Rodents & Rabbits!

Bunny Nature RescueFeed is special force feeding that is also used by veterinarians for rodents & rabbits. This food supports the weakened body, thanks to the easily digestible fibers and optimal diversity of the composition, the animal quickly regains its strength.

Optimal component diversity Easily digestible fibers
Natural herbs
Structured carbohydrates (lignin / cellulose)
High-quality proteins as an easily available energy source. Energy supplier
Limited calcium content

Instructions for use Bunny Nature GoVet RescueVet

The porridge has a ratio of 1:4 Mix RescueFeed with warm water until a viscous porridge is formed. The stirred porridge can slowly suck the porridge into a syringe. Divide the daily ration into 3-5 portions per day. The porridge can be offered for stand-alone ingestion in the bowl or administered slowly via a syringe for oral administration into the lateral corner of the mouth. In addition, sufficient high-quality hay and fresh water are very important.

Composition Bunny Nature GoVet RescueVet

Growth of permanent meadows (timothy, meadow foxtail, German ryegrass, red fescue, blue grass, rooster's foot, velvet grass, annual feather grass, white ragweed, spring grass, breeding grass, tussock grass, reed grass, white clover, red clover, dandelion leaves, yarrow, ribwort, caraway, cow parsley, meadow leaves, hornwort, bedstraw, thyme-leaved speedwell, scrub vetch, comfrey, bedstrap thistle, daisies, germweed speedwell, lady's mantle, greater net saxifrage, narrow-leaved vetch, meadow saxophone, dogtail grass, spring foil, green field speedwell, white grass, autumn dandelion, red patchwort, cow's slip, small clovers), timothy grass, oat bran, wheat bran, oat flakes, duck crown protein (7.3%), carrot residue, linseed, extracted sunflower seed, extracted rapeseed, milk thistle seed (2%), brewer's grain, brewer's yeast, spirulina (1%), lignocellulose ( 1%), dandelion root (0.7%), dandelion leaves, inulin (0.6%), nettle leaves, rosehip peel, corduroy leaves, chamomile blossoms.

Analysis Bunny Nature GoVet RescueFeed

Crude protein 14%, crude oil and crude fat 3.8%, crude fiber 18.5%, crude ash 7%, calcium 0.65%, phosphorus 0.4%, sodium 0.21%. Vit. A 11,760 IU - Vit. D3 823 IU - Vit. E/all rac-alpha-tocopheryl acetate 70.6 mg - Vitamin C as sodium calcium ascorbyl phosphate 588 mg - copper as copper (II) sulfate, pentahydrate 7.06 mg - iodine as calcium iodate, anhydrous 1.06 mg - iron as iron ( II) sulphate, monohydrate 58.8 mg - zinc as zinc oxide 70.6 mg - manganese as manganese (II) oxide 47 mg - selenite as sodium selenite 0.21 mg.

Specifications
Content (approx): 40 gram
Composition: Permanent pasture growth *, oat husk bran, sunflower extraction meal, apple waste, sweet lupine, buckwheat, whole plant corn, carrot pomace, linseed meal, wheat bran, quinoa, rapeseed meal, breweries, lignocellulose, brewer's yeast, rib
Analysis: Crude protein 14%. Crude oils and crude fats 3%. Crude fiber 19%. Crude ash 7%. Calcium 0.6%. Phosphorus 0.4%, Vitamin A 8,800 IE. Vitamin D3 600 IE. Vitamin E / all rac alpha tocopheryl acetate 53 mg. vitamin C as ascorbyl monophosphate, calcium sodium s
Promotes Foraging: Yes
Suitable for: Rodents, Guinea Pig, Rabbit, Chinchilla, Degu
Type: supplementary pet food
Particularities: -
Disclaimer: Not for food producing animals. If you have any doubts about the health, medication or treatment of your animal, you should always consult a veterinarian
Bunny Nature GoVet RescueFeed for Rodents & Rabbits!
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10 / 10
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10 / 10
remko 01 January 2021

Zeer goede voeding voor een ziek konijn , om hem weer op krachten te krijgen.

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