Bunny Nature goVet RescueFeed is a complete food for dwarf rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas and degus. Optimum components diversity to optimally meet all needs
Bunny Nature goVet RescueFeed should be fed as a temporary diet during convalescence, for weakened, inappetent animals, for dental problems and after operations.
Structured carbohydrates (lignin/cellulose) slows microbial fermentation and stimulates intestinal peristalsis
Easy to digest fibres metabolised by healthy intestinal flora and provides optimum supply of energy to the intestinal mucous membrane
Supplies energy with digestible starch and a high-grade protein as a quickly available energy source
Naturally effective herbs stimulates appetite and promotes digestion
Limited calcium content suitable for animals with urolithiasis
growth of permanent meadows (timothy, meadow fescue, meadow foxtail, ryegrass, red fescue, bluegrass, bentgrass, tall oat grass, golden oat grass, white clover, red clover, birdsfood trefoil, Dandelion, silverweed, chickweed, yarrow, ribwort), oat peel bran, sunflower seed extracted, apple pomace, sweet lupine, buckwheat, whole plant corn, carrot pomace, linseed extracted, wheat bran, quinoa, rape seed extracted, brewer's grain, lignocellulose, brewer's yeast,ribwort, amaranth, chokeberry pomace, dandelion leaves, fennel seed, peppermint leaves, calcium carbonate, sunchoke herb, parsley leaves, Aniseed, Camomile blossoms, milk thistle herb, yarrow, maca root, sage leaves
Additives Per Kg
Vit. A 8.800 IE ∙ Vit. D3 600 IE ∙ Vit. E / all rac-alpha-tocopherylacetate 53 mg ∙ Vit. C as ascorbylmonophosphate, calcium-sodium-salt 500 mg ∙ copper as copper (II)-sulphate, pentahydrate 5,3 mg ∙ iodine as calcium iodate, hexahydrate 0,8 mg ∙ iron as iron (II)-sulphate, monohydrat 44 mg ∙ zinc as zinc oxide 53 mg ∙ manganese as manganese (II)-oxide 35 mg ∙ selenite as sodium selenite 0,16 mg
Crude Protein 14,0% · Crude Oils And Crude Fats 3,0% · Crude Fibre 19,0% · Crude Ash 7,0% · Calcium 0,6% · Phosphorous 0,4%
The food paste is mixed with warm water with a ratio of 1:4 RescueFeed until it becomes a squirtable paste.
Slowly pull the mixed paste into a syringe. Divide the daily rations into 3-5 portions per day.
The feed mash can be put in the feeding bowl for independent feeding or given orally using a syringe by slowly administering it into the side corner of the mouth.
In addition, provide high-quality hay daily – e.g. Bunny FreshGrass Hay – and fresh water.
Period of feeding: As a temporary diet until the animal eats solid food independently.
Small animals like dwarf rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas and degus.
Weight Of Packaging
200g (7.05 oz)