Supreme Science Selective House Rabbit has been uniquely formulated for house bunnies.
With Timothy hay grass and thyme it provides and array of forage to reflect natural foraging behaviour. Fortified with essential vitamins A and D, 22% crude fibre and balanced calcium: phosphorus, so you can be sure you are providing your rabbits with the finest quality nuggets that will help support wellbeing and promote vitality.
Our House Rabbit food, should be fed alongside hay, ensures that rabbits have the opportunity to experience a wider variety of tastes within on easy feed , crunchy, mono-component kibble, while still benefiting from the nutrition and fibre levels they require.
With the potential for a less active lifestyle and without the need to expend extra energy on combating the effects of outdoor temperatures, some indoor rabbits can have a tendency to put on excess weight. To help keep them at their ideal weight and to ensure they always look their best, this House Rabbit food features high fibre (22% crude fibre), no added sugar and linseed for healthy skin and coat.
Feeding guidelines: A typical adult rabbit weighing 2.5kg, requires approximately 60-70g per day of Supreme Science Selective House Rabbit food. Fresh vegetable should also be provided along with good quality hay and clean drinking water. Please store in a cool dry place.
Ingredients: Timothy hay, wheat, soya bean hulls, soya bean meal, dried grass, ground dried locust bean husks, flaked peas, linseeds, soya bean oil, dried thyme, calcium carbonate, prebiotics (MOS), yucca extract.
Nutritional Addiditives/KG Vitamin A 20000 IU, Vitamin D3 2000 IU, Iron (E1) 50mg, Iodine (E2) 1.5 mg, Copper (E4) 7.5 mg, Manganese (E5) 30 mg, Zinc (E6) 100 mg, Selenium (E8) 0.25 mg.
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.