|Top Ingredients||Cornflowers, Dandelion, Melissa...||Dandelion, Peppermint, Cornflowers, Marigold, Pea Flakes||Wheat, Ground Wheat, Yellow Millet...||Nettle Roots (60%), Dandelion Roots (40%)||Natural Sun-Cured Timothy Hay, Dried Carrots.|
|Small Pet Type||Rabbit||Rabbit||Rabbit||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla, Gerbil, Hamster, Mouse, Rat, Degu||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla, Degu|
|Food Form||Treats||Treats||Treats||Air-Dried, Flowers & Herbs||Hay, Treats, Dried Veggies|
|Food Flavor||Fruits & Vegetables||—||Honey||—||Carrot|
|Special Diet||Natural||Natural||Natural||—||High Fiber|
|Health Feature||—||—||Dental & Breath Care||—||Digestive Health|
My bun will not eat this at all, she is very sensitive to smell and she turned her nose to this as soon as I put it near her. I have never had a problem getting her to eat anything. I will just turn this into potpourri
Unfortunately this review is the same as I gave for the Dandelion mix of this brand.I usually give my 4 buns the Rosewood brand mix of stuff like this and they gobble every crumb up. So when I saw this I was excited cause I thought they'd be thrilled cause this looks so beautiful with the whole flowers and smells lovely. But unfortunately all 4 of my buns turned thier nose at this,finally ate some of the little things in it but will not eat flowers. So disappointing! And this was double what I pay for the same amount of the Rosewood stuff! But I was gonna spoil them a bit. Maybe my buns are just picky. Guess I'll be sticking with Rosewood...worth a try though.
Like the other version, critters would not eat the blooms but liked the rest. Will stick with Nature's Salad.
Our bunny loves this salad. She eats it once a day. We better not forget or she throws the dish in the air.
This mix of dried grasses and flowers smells great - like minty catnip! It makes a great treat for Buns every morning. I give her about 1/3 cup in the morning, and sprinkle a little on top of her 1/4 cup of pellets in the evening. She seems to have fun with the variety and it makes her pellets more interesting. The only down side is cost. It’s pretty pricey for what it is. If I were the gardening type, I would grow my own version!
Our rabbit LOVES these fresh dried treats. Excellent quality. The best.
We haven’t been able to find this mix for a while since our local stores stopped carrying it. Our bunnies love it mixed into their hay as a fun foraging activity. They get very excited when they see this come out.