Supreme Selective House Rabbit 1.5 kg Rabbit food
Selective House Rabbit 1.5 kg Rabbit food €14,99 €17,40

Selective House Rabbit 1.5 kg Rabbit food

€17,40 €14,99
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Product description

Supreme Selective House Rabbit 1.5 kg House Rabbit Food

Rabbit food from Supreme Selective House Rabbit is a balanced complete rabbit food. More and more rabbits are kept at home. Selective House Rabbit Rabbit food with Timothy hay, grass and thyme fits perfectly into this development.

It ensures that rabbits have the opportunity to gain more taste experience from one easy-to-feed, crispy kibble, while still benefiting from the nutritional values and fiber they need. In addition, the food contains vitamin D, because studies have shown that bunnies that live mainly indoors have lower vitamin D levels than bunnies that can go outside.

Specially developed rabbit food for indoor rabbits with Timothy hay, grass and thyme
Offers variety in nutrition
Enriched with the essential vitamins A & D
Without added sugars
With linseed for healthy skin and coat
High fiber content and prebiotics for healthy teeth and digestive system

Because there is a chance that rabbits may be less active indoors and because they do not expend energy to combat the effects of outside temperatures, this could lead to obesity more quickly.

According to the latest PDSA figures, the number of rabbits living indoors is increasing. Currently that is 39% compared to 61% who still traditionally live outside.

To help them maintain their ideal weight and always look tip-top, the new House Rabbit food has the following features:

Linseed for healthy skin and coat
High fiber content
Without added sugars

Nutritional advice Supreme Selective House Rabbit

An average adult rabbit (2.5 kg) needs 60-70 g/day of Selective House Rabbit. The animal should always have fresh vegetables, good quality hay and clean drinking water. Keep cool and dry.

nutritional advice Supreme Selective House Rabbit 1.5 kg Rabbit food for house rabbits | Healthy Rabbit Food for the rabbit

Is Supreme Selective Rabbit Food a special food for Rabbits?

Yes, this is an all-in-one chunk specially developed to prevent nutritional deficiencies due to selective eating. Animals that eat very selectively or that exhibit nutritional deficiencies are best given an all-in-one chunk so that they get all the nutrients they need. After all, each kibble has the same composition, which means that no nutritional deficiencies can occur.

Is Supreme Selective Rabbit Food complete rabbit food?

Yes, it is a complete staple food for Rabbits that live in the house, because the food contains an extensive analysis it can be given as the main food .

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Specifications
Content (approx): 1.5 kg
Composition: Timothy Hay, Wheat, Soybean Husks, Soybean Flour, Dried Grass, Ground Dried Carob Husks, Pea Flakes, Flax Seeds, Soybean Oil, Dried Thyme, Calcium Carbonate, Prebiotics (MOS), Yucca Extract. May contain genetically modified soy and traces
Analysis: Crude protein 14.0%, Crude fiber 22.0%, Crude oils and fats 4.0%, Crude ash 5.0%, Calcium 0.6%, Phosphorus 0.4%, Vitamin A 20000 IU, Vitamin D3 2000 IE, Iron (E1) 50mg, Iodine (E2) 1.5mg, Copper (E4) 7.5mg, Manganese (E5) 30mg, Zinc (E6) 100mg, Selenium (
Promotes Foraging: Yes
Suitable for: Rodents, Rabbit
Type: Complete feed
Particularities: Complete feed
Disclaimer: Not for food producing animals
Supreme Selective House Rabbit 1.5 kg Rabbit food
Reviews
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10 / 10
Cherish 01 April 2020

De konijnen zijn gek op dit eten. Wij vinden het jammer dat we dit voedsel niet in grotere verpakkingen kunnen verkrijgen.

10 / 10
Cherish 02 March 2020

Onze konijntjes zijn er gek op!

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