Posh Nosh for Small Animals | Herbal ReadiGrassRegular price £18.99
ReadiGrass is great for stimulating appetite and is tempting even to the fussiest of feeders. It is packed with all the essential nutrients that will keep your pet in tip-top condition.
It is suitable for: rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas and degus. Good quality forage, dried grass, timothy, green oat or hay should form the major part of the diet of these animals.
A delicious high fibre source, ideal for many small animals including: rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas and degus. Providing plenty of natural high fibre forage is important in maintaining a healthy digestive system and good wear for your pet's teeth.
Dandelion - Dandelion Supports Skin Health: Its antioxidant content helps combat free radicals that can damage skin cells while promoting healthy skin and coat condition in small animals.
Peppermint - Peppermint is a natural digestive aid and the aroma encouranges continuous chewing.
Chamomile - Chamomile is a Sleep Aid. Due to its calming effects on the nervous system, chamomile can be beneficial for promoting better sleep quality in small animals who may struggle with restlessness or insomnia.
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Vitality Pellet | Posh Nosh For FerretsRegular price £4.99
Vitality Pellet Ferret (Super Premium Ferret Food)
Short Description: Our ferret food comes in a complete extruded pellet giving all the nutrients needed.
Long Description: Ferrets have a habit of selecting the tastiest food in the mix, which isn’t always the healthiest. Giving them an extruded pellet eliminates selective feeding which in-turn makes sure that your ferret is getting all the nutrients & vitamins needed to live a long & happy life.
Ferrets can also be fussy eaters, when supplying a new diet; introduce the diet gradually over a period of 5-7 days until it replaces the previous food completely. It is suggested that the total daily intake to be offered on a free choice basis (typically 50-75g/day). Do not leave stale food in the bowl over three days. For Young ferrets the dry diet should be fed soaked until 16 weeks of age. Young ferrets consume around 5-7% of their bodyweight. Amounts shown are only a guide & you should only feed your ferret sufficient amounts to maintain condition dependent upon the level of activity enjoyed & the reproductive phase. Lactating ferrets will need 3-5 times maintenance.
COMPOSITION: CHICKEN MEAL (40%), CHICKEN FAT, PRAIRIE MEAL, RICE, MAIZE, WHEAT, SALMON, CHICKEN LIVER, YEAST, LECITHIN, MANNAN OLIGOSACCHARIDES, BLACKCURRANT, KALE, SPINACH, BEETROOT, YUCCA SCHUDIGERA, ROSEMARY, ROSEHIP, POMEGRANATE.
TYPICAL ANALYSIS: PROTEIN 39.0%, OILS & FATS 18.0%, FIBRE 2.0%, ASH 6.0%.
ADDITIVES PER KG: VITAMIN A 30,000 IU/KG, VITAMIN D3 2,00 IU/KG, VITAMIN E 250 MG/KG. TRACE ELEMENTS: IRON SULPHATE MONOHYDRATE 160 MG/KG, CUPRIC SULPHATE PENTAHYDRATE 20 MG/KG, MANGANOUS OXIDE 80 MG/KG, ZINC SULPHATE MONOHYDRATE 350 MG/KG, SODIUM SELENITE 0.1 MG/KG, TAURINE 850 MG/KG.
Storage Recommendations: Store in a cool dry place. Not for human consumption. Always ensure that plenty of clean, fresh drinking water is available.