Oxbow Animal Health Bunny Basics Essentials Adult Rabbit Pet Food-10lbs Reviews

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Oxbow Animal Health Bunny Basics Essentials Adult Rabbit Pet Food-10lbs

Oxbow Animal Health Bunny Basics Essentials Adult Rabbit Pet Food-10lbs

  • Size: 10 Lb.

All rabbits need high fiber to keep their digestive systems working properly, plus basic vitamins and minerals to maximize their health. Bunny Basics – Adult Rabbit Food combines needed fiber with stabilized nutrients to assure a well-balanced diet when served with Oxbow loose grass hays. 10 lb. bag.

List Price: $ 17.49

Price: $ 18.69

Kaytee Timothy Hay Complete Rabbit Food, 9.5-lb bag

Kaytee Timothy Hay Complete Rabbit Food, 9.5-lb bag

  • Supports dental health through natural chewing activity
  • Prebiotics and probiotics to support digestive health
  • Made with Timothy Hay
  • No loose seeds or sugary fruits
  • Naturally preserved for ideal freshness

Kaytee Timothy Complete Rabbit food was developed by an animal nutrition expert to ensure your small pet gets the proper nutrition for a long, healthy life. Timothy Complete is a pelleted food made with nutritious hand-selected Timothy Hay and essential vitamins and nutrients necessary for your Rabbit. Timothy Complete is high in fiber to support digestive health and contains long-lasting vitamin C.

Kaytee understands that sharing your life with a small pet is not only enjoyable but very enriching. Kaytee shows our love by ensuring we provide your pet with the best nutrition for a long and healthy life. With over 150 years of nutritional experience, it’s no wonder why Kaytee is at the heart of every healthy feeding routine.

List Price: $ 19.99

Price: $ 11.49

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  1. 23 of 24 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent! Healthy for your rabbits., March 16, 2014
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    Nikki (Baltimore, MD) -
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    This review is from: Kaytee Timothy Hay Complete Rabbit Food, 9.5-lb bag (Misc.)
    I have two healthy indoor rabbits. Alfalfa free pellets made of Timothy hay is the best for bunnies. Most pellet food out there has alfalfa in it or is made only with alfalfa! That is crazy because its not good for your bunnies especially adult bunnies! This is mostly the crap you will find on store shelves of popular pet store chains! This one by Kaytee is great and Oxbow Bene Terra organic is a good one as well. Sometimes there are farms out there too that sell alfalfa free pellets as well. If your bunny's poop is soft and extra stinky you are feeding to many veggies and not enough Timothy hay and Timothy based pellets like these. Remember that carrots are actually high in sugar so do not feed them daily to your bunny. Green carrot tops are a healthier option as well as a dark lettuce. I still only feed those a few times a week. Their primary diet should be Timothy hay and Timothy pellets if you want a healthy bunny with firm little poop pellets!
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  2. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Rabbits love them so much, they think it's a bag of treats!, January 15, 2017
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    Chronic Pedestrian (Providence, RI United States) -
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    This review is from: Kaytee Timothy Hay Complete Rabbit Food, 9.5-lb bag (Misc.)
    Not full of junk, and our rabbits think they're getting treats! After a long day of lounging about on the living room rug or exploring the kitchen for stray snacks, a couple of tablespoons of these take the edge off the inevitable return to the cage before the humans go to bed. We also will put these inside of boxes, plain brown paper lunch bags, or glue-free paper towel or toilet paper tubes, fold over the edges, and give them to the rabbits as toys. There's nothing like seeing a rabbit run around the living room carrying a lunch bag!

    We use about a half cup each day with our two rabbits (1/4 cup per day per rabbit), and the 9.5lb bag lasts us not quite two months. (The rest of the time, they get the appropriate greens and timothy hay. Lucky bunnies!)
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  3. 11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Bun jumps in the bag when I open it to feed her. What more needs to be said., June 13, 2015
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    Pnord (Northern California) -
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    This review is from: Kaytee Timothy Hay Complete Rabbit Food, 9.5-lb bag (Misc.)
    This is the only type of pellets I feed my buns. A good pellet should contain at least 18% fiber. These pellets contain 20%. It should not contain more than 14% fiber and 1% fat. This product contains 13% protein and 1.5% fat. This product contains nutrients, vitamins and minerals that aren't always included in your buns diet. You don't want to purchase more than 6 weeks worth at a time as it can go bad. Pellets are extremely fattening and you should not feed more than the package says even though bun will beg for more. You do not want to feed your bun pellets that contain seeds or dried fruit. You don't want them to fill up on pellets or they won't eat enough hay. Hay should make up approx 80% of their diet, yet it seems to be their last choice for food. They tend to choose pellets first, then vegetables, then hay. Don't encourage poor health in your pet by feeding them incorrectly. My buns actually try to climb in the bag when I am feeding them this product. A note on the packaging, I have never been able to open the package properly and reseal it. I fold it over and seal it with a clip. This is not a reason to dislike the product.
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    Pnord2017-06-28 16:29 Reply