Supreme Petfoods Science Selective Adult Rabbit 1.5kg
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Some people prefer to own a male rabbit – as they tend to be more relaxed about being handled and are less likely to burrow.
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Rather than offering ingredients individually and allowing your rabbit to select which bits to eat and which to leave, pellet food has been mixed into a single food and then separated into pellets. Rabbits are prey animals and therefore can be easily startled or frightened by inexperienced handling. Science Selective 4+ for older rabbits is recommended by vets and provides a tasty balanced diet, formulated to support the specific needs of mature rabbits.
Supreme Science Selective has 25% fibre so you can provide your rabbits with a high fibre, tasty diet that will help to keep your pets in the very best of health, naturally. A Canadian expat, Nicole now lives on a lush forest property with her Kiwi husband and new baby daughter in New Zealand.
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Selective is formulated with 22% crude fibre and balanced calcium:phosphorus so you can be sure you are providing your rabbits with the finest nuggets that will help support the immune system and promote vitality.It is a nutritious and balanced complete food that is high in fibre and without sweeteners, sugars or artificial colours that can cause obesity and rotting teeth.
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Always check with your vet about the vaccines they recommend for your rabbit depending on the risk in your area. Alternatively, if your rabbit suffers constipation, a high fibre food like this can help, and because fibre makes your rabbit feel fuller for longer, without necessarily adding more calories to their diet, it can help manage weight.
A good hay should make up around 85% of a pet rabbit’s diet, with 5%-10% vegetables, and 5%-10% pellets. For more detailed information about Rabbits, you can contact us and we will get back to you with our experts’ advice. Their strong back legs mean rabbits should only be handled by people who are strong enough to hold them correctly if they kick out – this is one of the reasons they are not ideal pets for very young children.