|Top Ingredients||Timothy Grass Meal, Oat Grass, Orchard Grass...||Dehydrated Alfalfa Meal, Soybean Meal, Soybean Hulls...||Alfalfa Meal, Whole Wheat, Wheat Feed...||Timothy Grass Meal, Soybean Hulls, Wheat Middlings...||Timothy Grass Hay, Alfalfa Meal, Soybean Hulls...|
|Food Form||Pellets||Pellets, Dried Fruits, Dried Veggies||Dry Food, Pellets||Pellets||Pellets|
|Health Feature||Senior Care||High-Energy, Vitamins & Minerals||Dental & Breath Care, Digestive Health, Skin & Coat Health...||Vitamins & Minerals||—|
|Special Diet||High Fiber, Natural||—||High Fiber||High Fiber||—|
|Small Pet Type||Guinea Pig||Guinea Pig||Guinea Pig||Guinea Pig||Guinea Pig|
5 pigs and none of them refused these (senior), the youth or the adult Oxbow pellets. They have by far the most vitamin C compared to any other pig pellet I've looked at. Pigs don't make their own C so this is important. Having the most vitamin c is useless if they won't eat it and the all did/do.
My Guinea pig loved this food. He did not have any problems switching over and he loves when I mix some forage into it! Although there is alfalfa it did not affect him. I would recommend this food to anyone with a senior Guinea pig as long as they do the transition of foods correctly.
My piggies enjoy it. However after switching them to this my piggies started having serious bladder sludge. Vet believes that this food contributed to the issue because of the alfalfa in it. Senior pigs bodies can't handle the calcium.