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Science Selective Junior Rabbit Food, 4.4-lb bag

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Give your younger bunny bud a boost with Science Selective Junior Rabbit Food! Formulated for junior rabbits, this rabbit food contains extra protein to help support growth and development. And with a blend of amino acids, vitamins and herbs, your young rabbit will also get a great source of natural antioxidants. This tasty food is high in fiber, contains no artificial colors and no added sugar—helping to give your young bunny the best start in life!

Key Benefits
  • This junior rabbit food contains extra protein to support your bunny’s growth and development.
  • Highly palatable and tasty, this formula is also ideal for pregnant or lactating does.
  • Formulated with a blend of amino acids, vitamins and herbs for a bunny-friendly boost of antioxidants.
  • This junior rabbit food is high in fiber and contains no added sugar to promote your bunny bud’s dental well-being.
  • Rich in natural ingredients, with no artificial colors—helping to give your young bunny the best start in life!

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  • Item Number
    217401
  • Weight
    6 ounces
  • Food Form
    Dry Food, Pellets
  • Small Pet Type
    Rabbit
  • Special Diet
    High-Protein, High Fiber
  • Product Form
    Pellet
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Alfalfa, Wheat, Soybean Hulls, Soybean Meal, Wheatfeed, Flaked Peas, Spinach, Linseed, Soy Oil, Monocalcium Phosphate, Salt, Calcium Carbonate.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein17.0% min
Crude Fat4.0% min
Crude Fiber19.0% max
Ash8.0% max
Calcium0.8% min
Sodium0.3% min
Phosphorus0.5% min
Feeding Instructions

For Young or Junior Rabbits: Allow unlimited amounts of Selective Junior + Hay Young rabbits grow very quickly, reaching their adult size by around 5-6 months of age. During this growing phase, nutrients and energy are required in higher quantities relative to those required by adult rabbits. When your rabbit is 20 weeks of age, start transitioning to Science Selective Adult Rabbit Food.

Store in a cool dry place. Fresh hay and water should always be available.

About Selective Naturals

Award-Winning Small Pet Food

Award-Winning Small Pet Food

Science Selective offers a wide range of vet- recommended, nutritionally balanced small animal foods. Each species-specific recipe is rich in natural ingredients without added sugars, extruded for a crunchy texture and irresistibly delicious for your small pet!

For All Your Furry Friends

Science Selective offers formulas for guinea pigs, chinchillas, hamsters and rats as well as age-specific foods for junior rabbits, adult rabbits and rabbits over four years old. Every recipe is veterinarian recommended, nutritionally complete and full of tasty goodness!

Super Premium Small Pet Treats

Score your little pet some nutritious and delicious snacks with Selective Naturals treats. They’re full of natural ingredients, free from added sugar and come in six different flavors to satisfy a range of tiny tastes. Feed them to rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, degus, hamsters, rats, mice or gerbils for an irresistible, healthy indulgence.

About Supreme

The team at Supreme are experts in small pets and dedicated to making the best foods possible for them. They consult vets and food specialists to apply the latest research to their products, employ human food standards wherever possible and use vegetarian production lines for their herbivore foods. They’re passionate about small animals and strive to bring joy into their lives and yours.

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    My Dwarf Hotot bunnies won’t eat anything else!

    By BunnyHotot on Mar 19, 2021

    I have bought in the last year of having two little (less than 3 lb) fur babies a plethora of food varieties! This is BY FAR my bunnies favorite! After introducing this Junior food mix, my buns wouldn’t even TOUCH any other kind of food. And boy have I tried! I tried upgrading to the same brand but the adult version because my bunnies are over a year old, but they sniff at it then look at me as though demanding their favorite munchies. This is very inconvenient for me because their food is expensive and them being picky is a waste of perfectly good food! And yes I am glaring at my buns as I write this! Overall though, I was initially worried that the food would be too big for them, especially I have bought in the last year of having two little (less than 3 lb) fur babies a plethora of food varieties! This is BY FAR my bunnies favorite! After introducing this Junior food mix, my buns wouldn’t even TOUCH any other kind of food. And boy have I tried! I tried upgrading to the same brand but the adult version because my bunnies are over a year old, but they sniff at it then look at me as though demanding their favorite munchies. This is very inconvenient for me because their food is expensive and them being picky is a waste of perfectly good food! And yes I am glaring at my buns as I write this! Overall though, I was initially worried that the food would be too big for them, especially since my bunny Burberry (Berry for short) had his incisors removed due to a malocclusion, but luckily that wasn’t the case and it was big enough to fit in his mouth fully and soft enough for him to eat. I thought I would be smart and use the four other bags of food I had bought to mix in with their Junior favorite, but alas, when I go to refill their bowl, the Junior has been meticulously picked out, and the other food unscathed. … more

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