- Natural herb for bunnies and guinea pigs
- Promotes variety and wellness in rabbits and guinea pig diets
- 100% natural echinacea herb
- Great for vitamins and nutrients
Adult rabbits and guinea pigs
Herbs are a healthy way to bring variety and balance into your rabbit and guinea pig's diet. They give your rabbit lots of new flavors to check out every day, making them a great enrichment tool to include in your rabbit’s environment. But herbs are good for more than just their yummy flavor. They also enhance your rabbit’s health with their natural nutrients and medicinal properties.
Most herbs that are commonly found in the garden are completely safe for rabbits. They give your rabbit a wholesome diet with a variety of vitamins and nutrients.
Echinacea is a terrific food to support your rabbit or guinea pig’s general health. It is also a great workout for teeth, and adds to variety! It's an all natural herb that help your rabbit and guinea pig stay happy and healthy.
Echinacea is another green that helps a rabbit’s immune system. If your rabbit battles frequent infections, echinacea is the perfect addition to their diet. Although many veterinarians recommend echinacea herbs for all rabbits. Because who doesn’t need an immune system boost?
Place a handful of feed inside pets habitat, filling as needed. Pet should have an unlimited supply of grass hay at all times. Any new food should be introduced patiently. Give them a tablespoon per day. The first few days your animal may not touch it at all. Avoid putting new snacks on top of greens, pellets, or mixing into hay at first - we don’t want them to stop eating the things they already trust. Make a fuss about the new stuff - tell them how good it is. They’ll get the idea, and work up their confidence, and one day they’ll try it. Maximum serving amount: guinea pigs and small rabbits, ½ to 1 TBS up to 3 times per week. Larger rabbits, 1-2 TBS 3x per week.
- Crude Protein (min) 7%
- Crude Fat (min) 1%
- Crude Fiber (max) 32%
- Moisture (max) 12%
Since these are dried plant materials, they may get buggy if not stored correctly. Please store in an airtight food-safe container, in a cool dark place. You can refrigerate them, but do not freeze.
Dimensions and Weights:
4 oz (113.40g)