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Supreme Selective Naturals Orchard Loops with Timothy & Apple
Selective Naturals Orchard Loops with Timothy & Apple €2,99 €3,19

Selective Naturals Orchard Loops with Timothy & Apple

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Product description

Supreme Selective Naturals Orchard Loops with Timothy & Apple

The Supreme Selective Naturals Orchard Loops with Timothy & Apple are fiber-rich loops for Guinea Pigs, Rabbits, Degus and Chinchillas. These tasty snacks are rich in natural ingredients, such as Timothy Hay & Dried Apple. Thanks to the high fiber content of 14%, digestion is optimally supported. The Selective Naturals Orchard Loops with Timothy & Apple are also ideal for hand feeding or as a reward during training. This promotes interaction and strengthens the bond!

Suitable for rabbits, guinea pigs, degus and chinchillas
Rich in natural ingredients - Timothy & Apple
High fiber content - 14%
Ideal for hand feeding
Promotes natural foraging behavior
Friendly for the teeth of the animal
Long fibers for good digestion
Linseed for healthy skin and shiny coat
Without added sugars
Without dyes

Nutritional advice Supreme Selective Naturals Orchard Loopsl

Add to the daily diet or give out of hand. Give your rodent 2-4 treats per day, depending on the size of your rodent.
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Specifications
Content: 80 grams
Composition: -
Analysis: -
Suitable for: Rodents, Mouse, Dwarf Hamster, Hamster, Gerbil, Rat, Guinea Pig, Rabbit, Chinchilla, Degu
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Supreme Selective Naturals Orchard Loops with Timothy & Apple
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