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Science Selective food is recommended by vets and is a nutritionally complete and balanced diet for young rabbits.

Brand

Science Selective

Manufacturer

Supreme Petfoods

Species

Rabbit, Small Mammal

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£3.99
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Selective provides a tasty balanced diet for young rabbits, containing extra protein to help support growth and development. The special formula is fortified with a blend of amino acids, vitamins and herbs to provide a great natural source of antioxidants.


It is high in fibre to help promote healthy teeth and tummies. The unique pellets prevent selective feeding ad also helps encourage dental wear.


High levels of sugar in a rabbit’s diet can lead to overeating and obesity. It can also lead to dental problems too. Science Selective Junior Rabbit has no added sugars.


Selective Junior is suitable for all breeds and is suitable for pregnant and lactating does.

High Fibre – 19%

Zero Added Sugar

Rich in Natural Ingredients

Prevents Selective Feeding

Balanced diet

No artificial colour

Highly palatable

Supports growth & development

Encourages dental wear

Promotes digestive health

Helps maintain healthy skin & coat

Suitable for all breeds

1.5kg

Ingredients:
Alfalfa, wheat, soybean hulls, soybean meal, wheatfeed, flaked peas, spinach, linseed, soy oil, monocalcium phosphate, salt, calcium carbonate.

Analysis:
Crude protein 17.0%, Crude fibre 19.0%, Crude oils and fats 4.0%, Crude ash 8.0%, Calcium 0.8%, Sodium 0.3%, Phosphorus 0.5%.

Nutritional Additives (Per kg):
Vitamin A 15000 IU, Vitamin D³ 1500 IU, Ferrous sulphate monohydrate 152mg, Calcium iodate anhydrous 1.5 mg, Copper sulphate pentahydrate 20 mg, Manganese oxide 38 mg, Zinc oxide 62 mg, Sodium selenite 0.2 mg.

Feeding Guide:

If you are feeding Selective to your rabbits for the first time, make sure you change from one food to another, gradually over 10-14 days. At first, you should mix a small amount of Selective with your rabbit’s current food, slowly decreasing the old diet, whilst gradually increasing the quantity of Selective. A sudden change in diet can cause digestive upsets – even when you are changing to a better quality diet – so take care!

If your rabbits are used to a sugary diet, you may find it takes them a while to change, but persevere as it will help to benefit your pets’ health in the long term.

And don’t forget fresh hay and water! Your rabbits should have an unlimited supply of both at all times, along with a small daily handful of yummy fresh.