Being first-time parents of rabbits, we have been through one litter where she had 5 and we lost one, being told we had either two males or two females, so imagine our surprise. We got him fixed right away and didn’t think she was able to have more, but she did and they both passed. Now that we have 6 bunnies we, are always trying to find the perfect food for them. We are always reading, to see whats the best foods to give them.
Oxbow Animal Health Bunny Basics Essentials Adult Rabbit Pet Food
Feed your adult rabbit a diet that combines essential fiber and stabilized nutrients with Oxbow Essentials Bunny Basics/T Adult Rabbit Food. Adult rabbits have different nutritional needs than juveniles. They still need a lot of fiber to keep their digestive systems working properly and basic vitamins and minerals, but not as much as growing rabbits. Oxbow Essentials Bunny Basics/T Adult Rabbit Food is specifically designed to meet the particular nutritional needs of adult rabbits. It is made from timothy grass hay to aid in digestion and contains optimum protein and calcium-to-phosphorous levels. To transition your rabbit to his new food, gradually replace his current food with the new food over a four-week time period to prevent digestive issues and finicky eating patterns.
- Made from timothy grass meal, Essentials – Adult Rabbit is specifically designed to meet the particular nutritional needs of adult rabbits. Adult nutritional needs are lower than those of animals in the growth stage of life
- Rabbits are designed to eat and digest fiber found in plant material. Timothy grass hay provides the fiber necessary to maintain intestinal health, and makes Essentials – Adult Rabbit the veterinarian’s number one choice for your adult rabbit.
- Specifically designed to meet nutritional needs of adults rabbits with its timothy-hay based formula and optimum protein levels.
- Made with natural ingredients, this product is fresh and straight from the farm!
- This product is not intended for growing, active, pregnant or nursing rabbits. Seventy-five percent of your rabbit’s diet should be grass hay.
Being able to know what is best to feed them, and making sure they have a healthy life is the key to us getting the best foods for them. They are still babies themselves and watching our little ones grow up is a thrill.