Supreme Selective House Rabbit 1.5 kg
Selective House Rabbit 1.5 kg €13,95

Selective House Rabbit 1.5 kg

€13,95
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Supreme Selective House Rabbit 1.5 kg

Selective House Rabbit with Timothy hay, grass and thyme fits perfectly into this development. It ensures that rabbits have the ability to gain more flavor experience by giving one easy-to-eat, crispy kibble while still benefiting from the nutritional values and fiber they need. In addition, the diet contains vitamin D, because studies have shown that rabbits that live in particular have a lower vitamin D content than rabbits that can go outside.

  • Specially developed for indoor rabbits with Timotyh hay, grass and thyme
  • Offers variation in nutrition
  • Enriched with the essential vitamins A & D
  • No added sugars
  • With linseed for a healthy skin and coat
  • High fiber content and prebiotics for healthy teeth and digestive system


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

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

To help them stay at the ideal weight and to always look their best, the new House Rabbit food has the following characteristics:

  • Flax seeds for healthy skin and fur
  • High fiber content
  • No added sugars

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Supreme Selective House Rabbit 1.5 kg
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