Supreme Petfoods Selective Naturals Fibafirst 2kg
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By feeding hay you will help to keep your rabbit’s digestive system working properly and their teeth in great shape – rabbits have to chew to keep their constantly growing teeth healthy and even. If you are wondering how much hay a rabbit needs or how often you should feed your rabbit hay, the answer is to make sure that hay is always provided in unlimited amounts. As a guide, a rabbit will usually eat a ball of hay equivalent to his or her own body size (volume not weight!) per day. Why timothy hay is good for rabbits? Selective Naturals FibaFirst combines long chain fibre with essential vitamins and minerals to create a unique diet that caters for the natural feeding behaviour of rabbits. FibaFirst is rich in natural ingredients and is made in a simple and uncomplicated way.
Alfalfa meal, soya bean hulls, wheat, wheat feed, dried beet pulp, soya bean meal, flaked peas, soya oil, linseeds, calcium carbonate, prebiotics (MOS), yucca extract.As it tastes great, our Timothy hay helps encourage your rabbit or guinea pig to forage through the stems and leaves and have a good chew or even play. As that’s a way for them to express their natural behaviour, it also helps to keep them happy too.
Fibafirst Rabbit is a complete feed for adult rabbits. Using only the very finest ingredients, Fibafirst is a high fibre diet that satisfies the natural nutritional and physiological needs of your rabbits. It is vital that rabbits are able to forage and chew to satisfy their natural feeding behaviour. With longer fibre particles and a larger portion size, Fibafirst extends your rabbits’ feeding time, promoting dental and digestive health, as well as enhancing emotional enrichment. With its unique appearance and texture it looks, feels and smells natural to your pets and caters for their innate feeding behaviour, as it’s much closer to the diet of an animal in the wild. Fibafirst Monoforage has been formulated by Supreme Petfoods to provide very much higher levels of fibre – up to 30% – that are much closer to the natural grass-based diet of a wild rabbit. The average rabbit (weighing 2.5kg) will require 75g of Fibafirst per day (30g of food per kg of body weight per day), although because Fibafirst has a nutritional profile that is similar to hay, it may be fed freely, however weight should be monitored regularly. We would recommend feeding your rabbit their pet food twice a day – once in the morning and again in the evening. A small handful of suitable fresh vegetables should also be provided along with good quality hay and clean drinking water.When it comes to deciding what to feed rabbits, hay is an absolute essential. Rabbits need hay every day to provide them with enough fibre.