Super Premium Rabbit & Guinea Pig Nuggets


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We are happy to report our team of taste-testers not only loved the delicious fruity flavour of these premium nuggets – they were also kept amused by the fun shapes. Delight your own rabbits or guinea pigs with a highly nutritious and highly enriching quality feed.

For a nutrient-dense meal these nuggets are fortified with vitamins A, D, C and E, as well as natural antioxidants and prebiotics (specialised plant fibre). They are the best way to ensure healthy eyes, skin and coat and optimal immune and digestive health.

  • Suitable for both rabbits & guinea pigs when used alongside hay feed
  • Prevents selective feeding (rabbits tend to selectively feed on ingredients they like, leading to unbalanced nutritional intake)
  • Features natural antioxidants and prebiotics to support the immune and digestive systems
  • Super premium – they are the best of the best of the best!

Feeding guide: Feed as part of a balanced diet with hay, vegies and occasionally fruit. As the bulk of an herbivore’s diet (80%) should consist of quality hay, feed a maximum of one handful of pellets a day to your growing bunny or guinea pig. Do not top the bowl up either, as they may ignore the hay over pellets (and, tasty as they are, who wouldn’t?) Always remember to keep fresh water available. If your rabbit or guinea pig has never eaten these nuggets before mix gradually with existing food, adding more each day over a ten-day period. Includes added Vitamin C to meet the dietary requirements of guinea pigs.

Ingredients: Wheat, wheat feed, soya hulls, oat feed, lucerne, molasses, soya oil, salt, mint limestone, dicalcium phosphate, fruity flavouring.

Analysis: Protein 11%, Fat Content 3%, Crude Fibre 16%, Crude Ash 6.5%

Nutritional Additives: Vitamin A (retinyl acetate) 25,00 iu/kg, vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) 2,00 iu/kg, vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid monophosphate) 2,000 mg/kg, vitamin E (dl Alpha tocopherol acetate) 75mg/kg, copper sulphate pentahydrate 28 mg/kg, calcium iodate anhydrous 2.45mg/kg, sodium selenite 2.22mg/kg, ferrous sulphate monohydrate 133mg/kg, manganous oxide 16.1 mg/kg, zinc oxide 135 mg/kg.


How often should a rabbit eat?

The number one fan tends to be the tauhou. Those little green cuties just love pecking away at this energy rich food. Topflite Energy Food can also attract sparrows, thrushes, blackbirds and yellowhammers.

Is Bugs Bunny’s diet of carrots accurate in real life?

Yes, rabbits do like carrots. However, rabbits in the wild do not naturally eat them and, as the carrots have a high sugar content, they should only be fed in very small doses as part of a treat. Perhaps try a Carrot Munchie or, for other treat ideas, Timothy Cakes or Bonanza Bars.

Should I feed my guinea pig alfalfa/lucerne hay?

Should I feed my guinea pig alfalfa/lucerne hay?

How big should my guinea pig hutch be?

It should be as big as possible – at the very least 100cm long. You should also have a secure sleeping area attached to the run. If they are in an outdoor hutch, you’ll need to ensure there’s shelter from both wind and direct sunlight. And it’s best to bring them inside during the colder months of winter. Try and add some tunnels and hiding areas, with different textures to make things interesting for your pets. Most importantly, it’s vital the hutch can’t be easily gotten out of (or into). You’ll need to keep the hutch safe from predators and escape-proof!

Is it ok to just have one pet rabbit?

Rabbits are social animals and appreciate the company of other bunnies. So, it’s always good to get your bunny a buddy!

How long do rabbits live for? Most rabbits have an average life span of 8 to 12 years. They are definitely not pets to get as an ‘impulse purchase’ – these animals will become beloved members of your family for years to come.
How big should a rabbit hutch be?

It does depend on the size and breed of the rabbit. The SPCA has this to say: “If rabbits live outside, their hutch should be a minimum size of 3m (length) x 1.5m (width) x 0.75m (height) but the bigger the better. The hutch should always be attached to a spacious run to allow your rabbit to hop, run, jump, and stand upright on their hind legs. Ideally, your backyard should be fully fenced, and your rabbits should also be allowed supervised play in the garden.” We think this is great advice to follow.

How much bedding should I have in the bottom of my guinea pig hutch?

It is recommended that at least 3 cm to 5 cm of bedding straw or pine shavings is placed here.

Should rabbits and guinea pigs be kept together?

It is not recommended that the two species be kept together. There’s the risk of disease being spread between them and often the larger species will bully the smaller one.


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