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Supreme Science Selective Guinea Pig Food 3kg

$34.99
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SKU
I242008
Pet
Guinea Pig
Feeding Type
Dry Food
Smallpet Species
Guinea Pig
Description

Selective Guinea Pig food is high in fibre to help promote healthy teeth and has added vitamin C to help keep your guinea pigs in the very best of health. Selective also contains linseed, a particularly good source of omega 3, which helps to regulate coat shine, thickness and colour intensity, as well as supporting healthy skin. Packed with vitamin C Zero added sugar Rich in natural ingredients Prevents selective feeding Balanced diet No artificial colours Highly palatable Promotes dental wear Supports digestive health Helps maintain healthy skin & coat

Ingredients
Alfalfa meal, whole wheat, wheat feed, soybean hulls, soybean meal, flaked peas, linseed, sugar beet pulp, soybean oil, fennel seeds, monocalcium phosphate, salt, calcium carbonate, dried dandelion.

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