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Burns Coltsfoot Rabbit Herbs 100g

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Burns Coltsfoot Rabbit Herbs 100g

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Description

Coltsfoot Rabbit Herbs

Product Benefits
Suitable for rabbits
Complementary food to accompany rabbit hay
High in fibre
Supports a healthy digestive system
Supports a healthy respiratory system
Maintains good dental health

Burns natural Coltsfoot should be fed alongside hay and fresh greens (wild plants; herbs or vegetables) and a small amount of dry food as part of a healthy diet. Feeding Coltsfoot and other herbs provides your rabbits with a varied and interesting diet which reflects their natural feeding habits.

Coltsfoot can be fed as a tasty; low-fat treat or it can also be used to encourage your rabbit to eat more hay. Try sprinkling the Coltsfoot through the hay to encourage foraging behaviour whilst making the hay tastier! Hay should form at least 80% of your rabbits diet. Check out Burns feeding pyramid for more information.

For a really healthy diet; try substituting some dry rabbit food for Burns Coltsfoot and other herbs. Coltsfoot is naturally low in fat and high in fibre making it excellent for maintaining a regular digestive system whilst also promoting dental health. Coltsfoot has been used traditionally for hundreds of years for the natural support of a healthy respiratory system.

Composition
Coltsfoot – Fibre 17.31%

Analytical Constituents
N/A

Ideally the diet of the pet rabbit; guinea pig or chinchilla should mimic that of their wild cousins. Grass and hay must be the bulk of the diet. Hay should always be available and supplemented with fresh vegetables; wild plants and herbs. Dry pelleted food and cereal mixes should form the smallest part of the diet. Young; pregnant or nursing rabbits or those housed outdoors may need more high fibre dry pelleted food.

Hay is the foundation of the feeding pyramid and should not be considered as simply bedding material. A variety of hay and grass should form the bulk of the diet as its high fibre content supports.

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