Exotic Nutrition Flower Fusion Small Pet Treats, 0.88-oz bag

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Description

Treat your little fur-iend to a treat that is both nutritious and delicious with the Exotic Nutrition Rose Petals & Buds Guinea Pig Treats. These guinea pig treats are made with dried rose petals, calendula flowers and hibiscus flowers—which are a good source of fiber for your cute companion. They’re also small enough to place inside toys, which can encourage your pet to act out his foraging instincts. Plus, not just guinea pigs will love these treats—degus, prairie dogs, chinchillas, squirrels, rabbits, and guinea pigs will go wild for these mouthwatering morsels. Help make sure your pet never gets bored of his diet again!

Key Benefits
  • Dried rose petals, calendula, and hibiscus flowers are a good source of fiber.
  • Small enough to place inside toys, which can encourage your fur-iend to act out his foraging instincts.
  • Degus, prairie dogs, chinchillas, squirrels, rabbits, and guinea pigs will go wild for these treats.
  • Easy way to add some fun to your pet’s normal diet.
  • Perfect for rewarding your furry family member for simply being the best!

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  • Item Number
    289574
  • Food Form
    Flowers & Herbs, Treats
  • Small Pet Type
    Guinea Pig, Rabbit
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Dried Rose Petals, Dried Calendula Petals, Dried Hibiscus Petals

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein2.0% min
Crude Fiber8.0% max
Crude Fat1.0% min
Moisture3.0% max
Calcium1.55% min
Phosphorus1.06% min
Feeding Instructions

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. Treats may lead to health issues like obesity when overfed. If your pet is not consuming its regular balanced diet, withhold serving treats until stable eating habits resume.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    My holland went crazy over this!

    By corbunsmama on Jan 13, 2022

    Made sure all of the ingredients were okay for rabbits and ordered with skepticism… but this is a WIN! So much so I have to pick up the bag or he tries to nibble through it!

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