Harringtons Small Animal Optimum Guinea Pig Food, 2kg.
|Inclusive of all taxes|
|Item Weight||0.2 Kilograms|
|Age Range (Description)||Adult|
|Breed Recommendation||All Breed Sizes|
|Ingredients||Sunflower Ext., Wheatfeed, Grass, Grape, Oatfeed, Maize, Apple, Carob Meal, Vegetable Oil, Minerals, Yeast See more|
About this item
- Natural Antioxidants
- Green Tea, Rich In Health Promoting Natural Antioxidants
- Nothing Nasty, No Artificial Colours Or Flavours
- Quality Sources of Fibre, Which Are Essential For A Healthy Digestion
- With Added Apple and Grape For Extra Tastiness
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 9 x 20 x 36 cm; 200 Grams
- Date First Available : 8 March 2020
- Manufacturer : Harringtons
- ASIN : B00HCMWGNS
- Item model number : 105181493
- Manufacturer : Harringtons, INSPIRED PET NUTRITION LIMITED. DALTON AIRFIELD, TOPCLIFFE, THIRSK. NORTH YORKSHIRE. UK. YO7 3HE
- Item Weight : 200 g
- Item Dimensions LxWxH : 9 x 20 x 36 Centimeters
- Net Quantity : 2000 gram
- Customer Reviews:
Sunflower Ext., Wheatfeed, Grass, Grape, Oatfeed, Maize, Apple, Carob Meal, Vegetable Oil, Minerals, Yeast
Guinea Pigs need access to fresh hay and water at all times. Hay is essential to help them maintain healthy digestion. They enjoy a variety and appreciate the addition of fresh food in their diet several times per week. Washed apples, broccoli and cabbage are ideal. It is unkind to overfeed your pet too, so adjust the amount you feed to keep them at their ideal weight. Chewing small twigs from trees, such as apple and hazel trees help keep their teeth strong and healthy. When changing food, do so gradually over a 7 to 10 day period.
A Nutritionally Balanced All In - One Nugget To Help Prevent Selective Feeding With Calcium and Phosphorous for Healthy Teeth and Bones, Proudly Made in the UK.
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P. S. If you're switching from other food like Boltz, it might happen that the piggies may not eat it initially, but you just have to persist with it. Once they have gotten a taste of it they will love it.
Edit: To all those people who are leaving one star rating because their Guinea Pigs didn't eat it, you have to keep in mind that GPs are very sensitive when it comes to their food and if you suddenly change their pellets they may not like it and won't eat it. This is a part of their defence mechanism because they are prey animals and thus don't prefer any sudden changes in diets. Any change in food/pellets must be done gradually over a period of at least 2 weeks. I hope it helps.