With the potential for a less active lifestyle and without the need to expend extra energy on combating the effects of outdoor temperatures, some indoor rabbits can have a tendency to put on excess weight. To help keep them at their ideal weight and to ensure they always look their best, out House Rabbit food features high fibre (22% crude fibre), no added sugar and linseed for healthy skin and coat.
Our House Rabbit food, which should be fed alongside hay, ensures that rabbits have the opportunity to experience a wider variety of tastes within an easy feed , crunchy, monocomponent kibble, while still benefiting from the nutrition and fibre levels they require.
Vitamin A 20000 IU, Vitamin D3 2000 IU, Iron (E1) 50mg, Iodine (E2) 1.5 mg, Copper (E4) 7.5 mg, Manganese (E5) 30 mg, Zinc (E6) 100 mg, Selenium (E8) 0.25 mg
Crude protein 14.0%, Crude fibre 22.0%, Crude oils and fats 4.0%, Crude ash 5.0%, Calcium 0.6%, Phosphorus 0.4%
Timothy hay, wheat, soya bean hulls, soya bean meal, dried grass, ground dried locust bean husks, flaked peas, linseeds, soya bean oil, dried thyme, calcium carbonate, prebiotics (MOS), yucca extract. May contain genetically modified soya and traces of nuts.
The average adult rabbit (2.5kg) will require 60-70g/day of Selective House Rabbit. Fresh vegetables should also be provided along with good quality hay and clean drinking water. Please store in a cool dry place.
I switched my Flemish/New Zealand bunny from Oxbow Garden Harvest for to Science Selective house food and he LOVES it. He gets it in the morning and goes crazy when I open the container to put it in his bowl. He’ll even stand next to his bowl to let me know he wants food. He gets so excited and it makes me feel good knowing he’s getting all the nutrition he needs.
My boy has been having this food for a while now and he loves it, I love that he isn’t missing out on anything because he’s a house rabbit. Will forever be buying science selective products
My house bunnies are very particular about their food so when my vet said I should switch them over to a food specially for indoor rabbits (for the higher vitamin D content I think) I was doubtful. I needn’t have worried though, they took to their new food straight away. I can’t belive how glossy their coats look – an added bonus!
My rescue house rabbit wouldn’t eat much at all when she first came to us. We started slowly hand feeding her the science selective house rabbit a bit by bit and she became very trusting and open. Now she can eat a good size bowl full, she appears to love the taste. Don’t think it’d try anything else!
I didn’t realise there was special food for house rabbits until I came across this in my local pet shop. Love that I am doing the absolute best for my 2 house buns and won’t be switching back to their previous food, apart from anything else they think this food is delicious!