A complete and tasty mix food suitable for rabbits of all ages. It stimulates a rabbit’s appetite and foraging instincts, with a selection of ingredients ideally suited to keep your rabbit healthy and satisfied.
The finest quality alfalfa is included for fibre and calcium, and other vegetables provide the necessary protein, vitamins and minerals a rabbit needs. Be sure to always make hay and water be freely available to your rabbit.
- Nutritionally complete and balanced diet.
- Promotes natural foraging behaviour.
- Specifically formulated for active rabbits of all breeds including dwarf.
- Enhances digestive health and promotes dental wear.
- Rich in fibre – 18% (including Lucerne, which known for its quality).
- Unique Alfalfa/Lucerne kibbles provide fibre with high palatability.
- Carefully blended natural ingredients for interest and enjoyment.
- No added sugar, reducing the likelihood of obesity
- Nutritionally optimised to provide high quality dietary satisfaction
Ingredients: Alfalfa, Sweet Oat Hay, Sweet Corn, Rice, Wheat Soybean, Vegetables (Beet Pulp, Carrot, Cabbage), Fruits (Cranberry, Tomato, Apple), Brewers Yeast, Seaweed, Essential Minerals, Multiple Vitamins, Enzymes (Papaya and Pineapple Extract), Lactic Acid Bacteria.
It is extremely important that your rabbits have exercise every day to keep their bones and muscles healthy. Without exercise, rabbits can develop problems such as arthritis and can also become obese, a real health problem for rabbits.
In the wild, rabbits spend up to 70% of their time foraging for food. A rabbit who cannot do this can become bored, depressed and even aggressive. To help alleviate boredom and provide environmental enrichment, you need to provide lots of hay and chew toys such as a gnawing block, or toilet roll tubes filled with hay and herbs.
Fruit tree twigs such as apple, pear and blackberry are safe for rabbits, as are Hazel and Willow twigs, which you can buy from most pet stores. You can also feed treats from your garden such as fresh grass, parsley, dandelion, carrot tops, broccoli, cabbage leaves, kale, spinach, basil, mint and watercress. But remember: too much green food can cause digestive upset, soft stools and in extreme cases diarrhea, which can be fatal to a rabbit.
Outdoor rabbits require a large, secure run, which can be freestanding or attached to the hutch. Security and position are important to avoid any harm or stress to your rabbits during playtime. Rabbits are naturally frightened of large, open spaces and love playing in a run that contains playthings, such as boxes, flowerpots, drainpipes and logs.
Hide food or the occasional treat under cardboard boxes, in empty plant or yoghurt pots, or in different areas of the animal’s hutch. Your rabbits will then be forced to hunt for food, which will keep them occupied for many happy hours and prevent boredom. Treat balls or activity feeders are a good way to keep your rabbit stimulated.