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Versele Laga Crispy Muesli Rabbit Food 1kg

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Versele Laga Crispy Muesli Rabbit Food 1kg is a complete food that contains delicious hay stems, many flakes, and vegetables... real veggie! It's a gourmet variety mix for your precious pet. Happy & healthy pellets also contain this food, crispy muesli has all the nutrients that your rabbit needs to live a long, healthy, and happy life. 
The fiber-rich composition also keeps the intestines and teeth in great shape with extra vegetables for a delicious taste. This product comes in resealable fresh packs. Crispy muesli rabbits are easily recognizable in the shops by their striking bright green color packaging provides reliable stock for all your pet's needs.

Analytical Constituents:
Protein : 16 %
Fat Content : 3.5 %
Crude Fibre : 14 %
Crude Ash : 7 %
Calcium : 1.1%
Phosphorus : 0.55 %

Nutritional Additives:
Vitamin A : 11.1 IU/kg
Vitamin D3 : 1.1 IU/kg
Vitamin E : 78 Mg/kg
E1 (Iron) : 97 mg/kg
E2 (Iodine) : 2 Mg/kg
E4 (Copper) : 10 Mg/kg
E5 (Manganese) : 73 Mg/kg
E6 (Zinc) : 70 Mg/kg
E8 (selenium) : 0.19 Mg/kg

Derivatives of Vegetable Origin, Cereals, Vegetables, Minerals & Seeds.



Product FAQs

How many pellets should rabbits eat ?

The quantity of pellets depends on the body weight of you rabbit. Excessive pellets is not good for your pet , so keep an eye on that you should give your rabbit a balanced diet and proper quantity of pellets. Generally the recommended quantity is 25g / per kg of body weight , if your rabbits weigh 2kg then you should give them 50g of pellets , not more than that. Excessive pellets can cause obesity and related health problems. Or else Consult with your veterinian before giving pellets.  

Can rabbits survive on just pellets?

Indeed a rabbit can do fine and dandy on a pellets just eating regimen, as long as they are getting the perfect quantity. which is about a half to a full cup each day for little varieties. A little over a cup for bigger varieties. leafy foods are ideal to take care of them as treats from time to time, yet not healthfully important. What's more, you need to watch them and feed them with some restraint since they can cause some really extreme unexpected issues that can prompt dental infection, and GI balance. In the entirety of my long periods of raising and keeping rabbits as pets, I have never had one that has created dental issues from eating pellets. I don't know about any other individual that has either, and reproducers have an extremely, enormous organization. The possibly time a feed will cause issues is if there is a poison in it. Dental illness is brought about by various things, helpless nourishment, pulling the teeth on the wire, and gentics. I would say, alongside that of others, pellets don't cause it. All things considered the lone way they *could* cause it is if the creature isn't getting enough of them. So at the end of the day most rabbits will do fine and dandy on a top notch pellet(not the pet shop garbage), that is low in protein, and high in fiber. My rabbits just get a small bunch of feed occasionally and they are fine. Some feed theirs all the roughage they need, while others feed a couple of modest bunches seven days, and they are still fine.

Do rabbits really need pellets ?

Pellets have been a piece of a rabbit diet for quite a long time, yet that doesn't mean they are sound for rabbits. Indeed, research proposes that abundance pellets can wind up causing weight and related sicknesses in rabbits. The more we find out about hare wellbeing, the more we can change our hare's weight control plans to make them adjusted and solid. This implies taking a gander at the food we give our rabbits and choosing if it is all still significant as a feature of a sound rabbit diet. 

Pellets can be useful for rabbits in little amounts, however they are not a vital piece of a rabbit's day by day food admission. On the off chance that pet rabbits are given a decent eating routine with grass-based roughage and an assortment of verdant green vegetables, they can in any case be sound on a without pellet diet. 
We realize that it's critical to move pet rabbits to a roughage based eating regimen, yet a few overseers are presently going above and beyond and giving their rabbits a totally normal, without pellet diet. All things considered, wild rabbits can get by without pellets. We should investigate the upsides and downsides of remembering pellets for your hare's eating routine, so you can settle on an educated choice about the consideration and strength of your own pet rabbit.

Ratings & Reviews

4 *
Nice mix of foods....

Hirak ... | 28-May-2021

4 *
Nice mix for pellets and vegetables. Very healthy ....

Oindrilla ... | 13-May-2021

4 *
best for rabbits ....

Md. Salim... | 18-Jun-2020


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