- Timothy-Based Pellet Feed
- Made in the USA
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These premium Timothy-based pellets are perfect for rabbits.
If you’re looking for the best ever premium quality Timothy-based rabbit food, buy this one.
We offer an ultra-awesome, top-of-the-line Timothy hay rabbit pellet fortified with all essential vitamins and minerals. Small Pet Select rabbit food pellets are made in small batches with only the finest ingredients, including our very best hand-selected Timothy hay. (We actually go to the fields to choose the hay we offer. And our CEO has 20/20 vision. No joke.)
Pellets can be such a great supplement for your rabbit’s diet. Although hay is the most important part of your rabbit’s diet (really, it’s #1), when you want to provide a little extra nutrition, pellets could be your answer.
We recommend feeding with Small Pet Select Timothy hay, freshwater (always!), and moderate amounts of fresh veggies.
Stay away from junky big-box pet store rabbit pellets; they’re packed with unsafe ingredients and can cause obesity, teeth issues, and other scary things. While the mixes may look appealing, they don’t have the nutrients your rabbit deserves. And needs. You won’t be sorry your rabbit tried this stuff. And they won’t be sorry, either.
P.S. There are no nuts in our premium rabbit food pellets. Be aware, though, that they are manufactured in a facility that processes nuts.
Timothy hay, peas, wheat, pumpkin seeds, limestone, Brewer’s Yeast, Redmond trace mineral salt, monosodium phosphate, yucca root, Vitamin A supplement, Vitamin D supplement, Vitamin E supplement, copper sulfate, DL-methionine, B-12 supplement, choline chloride, riboflavin, D-calcium pantothenate, menadione dimethlypyrimidinol bisulfite (a source of Vitamin K3), potassium iodide, zinc sulfate, zinc oxide, sodium selenite, fenugreek (flavor).
- Crude Protein: 17%
- Crude Fat: 2.8% min
- Crude Fiber: 17% max
- Lysine: 0.8% min
- Methionine: 0.6% min
- Calcium: 0.4% min, 0.6% max
- Phosphorus: 0.4% min
- Salt: 0.4% min, 0.6% max
- Vitamin A: 7070 ius/lb.
- Vitamin D: 1760 ius/lb.
- Vitamin E: 110 ius/lb.
Rabbit pellets should make up less of a rabbit’s diet as he or she grows older, and hay should be available 24 hours a day. From 7 weeks - 7 months, rabbits can have unlimited access to pellets. From 7 months - 1 year, decrease rabbit food pellets to 1/2 cup per six lbs. body weight. From 1 year - 5 years, 1/4 to 1/2 cup ofrabbit pellets per six lbs. body weight (depending on metabolism) is recommended.
All ingredients are locally sourced in the Pacific Northwest.
Storage and Expiration Info:
Store in a cool, dry place.
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