Premium Dried Marigold Flower Forage Treat For Rabbit, Hamsters, Guinea Pigs, Chinchillas & Small Rodents
Healthy Natural High-Fiber Dried Flower Treat
All Natural and Handmade – No Additives, Coloring, Artificial ingredients and Flavoring
HIGH FIBER AND LOW PROTEIN – Our Festive Treats are the perfect treat for your pet. The high fiber content helps to keep them regular, while the low protein content prevents hairballs.
CRISP AND CRUNCHY – A healthy alternative to sugary treats.
NATURAL Floral – Natural flower provide fiber and help keep teeth clean. Your furry friend will love this festive treat!
Nutritional Balance: High fiber and low protein, promote digestion and gastrointestinal motility.
Rich in vitamins, supplement the nutrients needed for small pets.
Suitable for Small Animals: Guinea Pigs, Squirrels, Rabbits, Rats, Hamsters, Gerbils and Other Small Rodents.
✔ HEALTHY – Rich in essentials minerals and oils, this tasty all-natural treat is a favorite among herbivores.
✔ HERBIVORES – Ideal for prairie dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, backyard chickens, degus and other herbivores.
✔ EASY TO FEED – Animals love forage, but you can feed the leaves and flowers dried, added to their daily feed, as well.
✔ CALCIUM – Forage are a wonderful source of calcium which is very beneficial for laying flocks.
✔ NUTRITIOUS – Forage contain appreciable amounts of fiber plus iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, calcium and Vitamins A, B, C, E and K.
✔ VARIETY – Lends variety to an otherwise monotonous diet
✔ DENTAL HEALTH – Provides good exercise for teeth and jaws
✔ ENRICHMENT – Adds behavioral enrichment for animals that spend their lives in a small, limited environment.
✔ BONDING – Forms a connection between pets and pet owners, assisting in bonding and training.
Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein 13% (min), Crude Fat 3.1% (min), Crude Fiber 12% (max), Moisture 8% (max)
FEEDING RECOMMENDATION: This product is a treat and should be fed sparingly, it is not a substitute for a regular, balanced diet. Offer treats 2-3 times per week or as a small portion (less than 10%) of the main diet.