Is an extremely varied and balanced mixture, containing more than 20 natural ingredients, with a high vitamin C level (495 mg/kg). The mixture meets the nutritional demands of your guinea pig. Available in 750gr and 2,5kg. Composition Derivatives of vegetable origin, cereals, vegetables (min. 11% of which 22% carrot pieces, 13% green beans, 5% beet-root), fruit (min. 10% of which 30% rosehip, 20% carob), herbs (min. 7%), vegetable protein extracts, minerals, seeds, various sugars, oils and fats, yeasts Nutritional advice A guinea pig will eat an average of 35 to 50 grams of food per day. Always make sure your guinea pigs have access to fresh drinking water and hay.
Hay should always be in the rodent home, because the high crude fiber content not only helps your rodents with tooth abrasion, but also promotes well-being. VitaVerde® herbal hay is also particularly tasty because it contains a natural variety of delicious herbs - ideal for every day. Ideal for rodents Harvested and dried gently With natural herbs Contains natural minerals and trace elements Single feed for rodents Composition: Meadow hay Ingredients: Crude fiber 32.00% protein 10.00% αDENI361007 Feeding recommendation: VitaVerde® herbal hay should be available daily. Remove and replace dirty hay regularly.
DESCRIPTION The grass hay from Duvo+ is a natural carrot-based hay. This variant contains carrot. The hay is used as part of your rabbit or rodent’s diet and must be of high quality. The hay contains plenty of fibre and other important nutrients required by a rodent and promotes good intestinal flora. In addition, hay is essential for the natural wear of your rabbit or rodent’s teeth and to avoid damage to the molars and front teeth. Quality hay * 100% natural * With carrot * Good for teeth and digestion * For rabbits and rodents
Snack Time! These delicious duvoplus corn cobs are sure to make your rodent happy. Corn cobs are a perfect treat for rodents. They are a natural way to sharpen their teeth and help to prevent boredom. Just don't overdo it! :-) Snacks should be offered alongside your rodent's daily menu to offer some variety.