Supreme Science Selective Rabbit Food 1.5kg
Supreme Science Selective Rabbit is a tasty, high-fibre blend that provides all the essentials your rabbit needs for a happy, healthy life.
How it works
This food is specially designed to suit the requirements of adult rabbits of all breeds, including dwarf rabbits. High fibre content provides all the nutrition your rabbit needs, promoting healthy digestion and dental strength.
Fibre is generally regarded as the best food source for rabbits, given that a wild animal eats up to 20% fibre when feeding on grass. This recipe is fortified with an even higher level of fibre at 25%, which, together with the natural ingredients, means your rabbit will love the taste. This can prevent your pet from selective feeding, which can lead to a lower intake of important nutrients. Furthermore, a natural fibre diet is beneficial to digestive health as it generally doesn't contain substances which your rabbit might have an intolerance to.
Additionally, this mix is optimised to make sure your pet is satisfied after eating, keeping them fuller for longer to help prevent overeating and maintain a healthy weight. The food is also free from added sugar.
- suitable for adult rabbits of all breeds and size
- high fibre content – exactly what your rabbit needs
- natural ingredients – no added sugar
- optimised to satisfy your pet after every meal
- great flavour discourages selective eating.
When to use it
Wild rabbits have evolved to handle a diet almost exclusively consisting of fibre and the same is true for their domesticated cousins. Finding an all-in-one food for your pet can sometimes be tricky and rabbits are notorious for selective eating. Greens and similar vegetables including broccoli, kale, and herbs are suitable for your pet, as they are high in fibre. Alternatively, specially formulated foods such as Supreme Science Selective Rabbit can also be an excellent choice, as it is designed to meet all the nutritional needs a rabbit requires. If you are planning on changing your rabbit's diet, however, make sure to consult your vet first. Changing a diet too quickly might cause your rabbit to suffer from stomach problems, so it is best to introduce it gradually.