**PLEASE NOTE, THESE PELLETS ARE REDUCED AS THEY HAVE A BBD OF NOV 2021**
These naturally hypoallergenic pellets from Marriages combine the latest pellet and nutritional technology, producing a pellet full of natural goodness, helping to provide the best nutrition for guinea pigs over 16 weeks.
The pellets contain timothy, meadow fescue and sweet vernal grasses as well as pre and pro biotics, chamomile, dandelion and nettle to support good digestive and urinary health.
- High 43% Total Dietary Fibre content
- Formulated without grains*
- Added vitamin C
- Cool pelleting process to retain more natural nutrients
- Nutri Pressed long pelleted fibre to help support dental health
- Individual pellets help to prevent selective feeding
- Prebiotic is added to support good digestive health
- Linseed containing Omega-3 and 6 for healthy skin and coat
This product is formulated without added grain or dairy but is manufactured on a line that handles these ingredients and contains cereal straw (treated) which has the potential to introduce small amounts of grain to the diet.
Suitable for adult Guinea Pigs 16 weeks+. On average a guinea pig will require 30-50g of pellets per day. This is a guideline and the actual amount needed can vary depending on activity levels and other factors. Guinea pigs should always have unlimited access to good quality hay and a supply of fresh clean drinking water.
When changing your guinea pigs food, always ensure that you introduce the new food slowly. Gradually increase the new and decrease the old over a period of approximately 14 days. If switching from a muesli style diet, then increase the transition period to 21-28 days.
Formulated without grains and packed full of fibre to mimic the guinea pigs natural diet.
Safety note: It is the responsibility of the pet owner to assess the suitability of any treat, toy, or other product. Please read instructions, and directions of use carefully. Always supervise your rabbit whilst playing or eating. Remove the toy if it is damaged, or worn, or if parts become separated, to avoid injury