Burgess Excel Rabbit Nuggets Mature 2kg

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SKU
I240887
Pet Type
Rabbit
Sp Food Type
Nuggets
Description
When a rabbit has been a treasured family member for several years, it can be hard watching them slow down as they age. Excel Tasty Nuggets for Mature Rabbits is a delicious, complementary food with special ingredients to help with some of the problems that age brings, such as joint stiffness and a lack of energy; it also helps to keep weight under control. Naturally high in Beneficial Fibre (38%) Prevents selective feeding With glucosamine for healthy joints Added ginseng for increased vitality Cranberry for urinary tract health Contains a natural prebiotic for digestive health Fortified with vitamins and minerals for healthy eyes, skin and coat Natural antioxidants to support the immune system Suitable for: All mature rabbits (5+ years) Important for: Maintaining good digestive health, preventing selective feeding

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