Supreme Selective Naturals, Grain Free Rabbit Food 1.5kg

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SKU
I242005
Pet Type
Rabbit
Sp Food Type
Pellets
Description
The Natural Choice for Healthy Rabbits Grain free, respects a natural diet High in fibre, made with Timothy Hay No corn, no wheat, rich in natural ingredients No added sugars or artificial colours With linseed for healthy skin and shiny coat Selective Naturals Grain Free is blended with temptingly tasty Timothy Hay to help promote the good health of rabbits. High in fibre and grain free, Selective respects the natural diet, with this delicious recipe that includes essential forage and garden vegetables. It supports digestive wellbeing and has all the vitamins and minerals rabbits need to help keep them in the very best of health naturally. Kind to teeth with no added sugars or artificial colours, Selective Naturals Grain Free is blended with natural linseed, to help promote clear skin and a glossy coat.

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