||FD005b Oxbow Cavy Cuisine
||5 lb|| |
Cavy Cuisine is specifically designed to meet the
nutritional needs of adult guinea pigs. The lower level of protein does not tax
the kidneys, and the decreased caloric content helps prevent obesity. Cavy
Cuisine's high level of quality fiber maximizes digestive function, and the
optimal calcium to phosphorus ratio also helps maintain the health of the
urinary tract. Timothy grass hay, a natural forage, is Cavy Cuisine's primary
ingredient. Timothy hay provides the fiber necessary to maintain intestinal
health, and makes Cavy Cuisine the veterinarian's number one choice for the
adult guinea pig. Guinea pigs require daily supplementation with Vitamin C.
Cavy Cuisine contains Stay C-35, a stabilized form of vitamin C with a six-
month shelf life.
Crude protein not less than: 14.0%
fat not less than: 1.5%
not more than: 28.0%
Calcium not less than .35%, not more than .80%
Timothy Grass Meal, Soybean Hulls, Wheat Middlings, Soybean Meal, Cane
Molasses, Salt, L-ascorbyl-2-Polyphosphate (Vitamin C), Limestone, Yeast
Culture (Saccharomyces cerevisiae), Vitamin A Acetate, Vitamin D3
Supplement, Vitamin E Supplement (tocopherol), Ascorbic Acid, Colloidal
Silica, Menadione Sodium Bisulfite Complex (Vitamin K), Riboflavin, Niacin
Supplement, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Pantothenic Acid, Biotin, Thiamine,
Choline Chloride, DL-Methionine, Pyrodoxine Hydrochloride, Folic Acid,
Sodium Selenite, Magnesium Sulfate, Ferrous Sulfate, Cobalt Carbonate,
Manganese Oxide, Zinc Oxide, Zinc Sulfate, Copper Sulfate, Mineral Oil,
Calcium Idodate, Potassium Chloride
||FD008sb Blackberry & Mint Bunny Biscotti
||.1875 lb|| |
New resealable packaging! Another delish flavor from Bunfectionary! These biscotti are the
best with blackberries and mint. Ingredients: Pumpkin, timothy hay, apple, blackberries,
romaine, vanilla and mint extracts , xanthum gum (a natural binder)
| Regular grooming is essential in maintaining the health of your rabbit. While
most cases of GI stasis that result in a build-up of hair and food in the
intestinal tract are due to a lack of fiber (hay) in the diet, "hairballs" or "wool
block" can still occur. Brushing and combing (especially during periods of
heavy shedding) removes dead hair which would be otherwise ingested by
your bunny and could lead to intestinal blockages. Trimming prevents nails
from growing so long that they catch in the cage wire and break. Outside of
the health benefits, rabbits regard grooming as a social activity. Gentle
combing and brushing of your rabbit along the back, around the face and on
the top of the nose and head will promote a stronger bond between you and
- Baths are generally
not recommended for rabbits. Elderly or sick rabbits or rabbits who are
unused to being immersed in water may go into shock. Unless your rabbit has
a medical condition that requires bathing, spot cleaning is best. If you must,
use a non-drying, soap-free shampoo or a medicated shampoo
recommended by your vet.
- To see the quick in a dark toenail, backlight
with a flashlight.
- If your rabbit's nails are extremely long, trim just a little off,
wait a week and trim the nails again. This causes the quick to retreat back into
the nail. After that, trimming every other month should keep your rabbit's nails
the proper length.
- Don't forget to clean your rabbit's scent glands!
Hydrogen peroxide or baby oil will soften any waxy debris in this delicate
area. The debris can then be gently removed with a cotton swab.
rabbit's ears should not need cleaning unless you have a lop-eared breed.
Dirty ears are usually the sign of a medical condition such as ear mites or
Special tips for grooming long haired
Angoras with long, flowing coats:
- Layer the hair by
parting it into sections.
- Brush one section at a time in long gentle strokes
that continue beyond the ends of he hair. This will avoid breaking the hair.<
LI>For easy maintenance, keep coat trimmed to a finger-width (between 1/4
and 1 in.) using ball-tipped grooming scissors.
with wooly undercoats: The volume of hair on these rabbits makes matting
and tangling more prevalent.
- Brush the coat at least once a week.<
LI>Work on a small area at a time, parting the hair as you go.
- Brush inthe
direction the hair grows, taking care to brush gently so that not too much of the
undercoat is removed.
- Pay close attention to where the hair mats: under
the legs and around the tail.
American Fuzzy Lops: Because
fuzzies have very fluffy coats in which dead hairs can be trapped and matted,
they need to be brushed more frequently than other breeds.
gently from the skin to the tips of the hairs.
- Part the hair as you brush.
Brush the coat twice, once in the direction the hair grows, once gently in the
opposite direction to fluff the hair.
||GM001 Easy Grip Flea Comb
||0.0625 lb|| |
A good flea comb is usually all you'll need if your rabbit has unwanted guests.
Simply comb through your rabbit's fur and dip the comb into soapy water to kill
the invaders. Flea combs are also great for removing undercoat during
sheds. We've found that the fine teeth on our Easy Grip flea comb are very
sturdy and do not bend. Comfortable to hold in the hand, its small size does
not make it threatening to rabbits.
||GM004 Soft Bristle Brush
||0.1875 lb|| |
This oak handled brush has soft nylon bristles that allow gentle brushing of
||GM006 Nail Scissors
||0.0625 lb|| |
This scissor is great for trimming small nails. Stainless steel surgical cutting
||HA011b Oxbow Oat Hay
||1 lb|| |
Oat Hay is a grain hay that can provide an high fiber alternative to
timothy hay. Your animals will love the immature oat grain that is contained
in the seed head and will benefit greatly from the fiber in the leaf and stem.
Oat Hay is a good source of fiber and also gives variety to your animal's diet.
The stage of maturity at harvest determines the development of the seed
head. If the hay is harvested immaturely, at the early bloom stage, the actual
oat kernel is not mature. The seed heads consist primarily of oat husks, which
are rich in fiber and low in carbohydrates. It is at this early stage that Oxbow
harvests its Oat Hay . The result is light green/tan hay with flaky oat husks at
the top. Although there is no mature oat kernel present, the hay smells like
oats and guinea pigs and rabbits love it.
||HA011d Oxbow Botanical Hay
||.9375 lb|| |
This enticing blend mixes Western Timothy
with an array of the following fragrant herbs: chamomile, lemon verbena,
hibiscus, lavender, comfrey, rose hips, borage or red clover blossoms.
Timothy Grass Hay and three of the following herbs depending on seasonal
changes: Chamomile, Lemon Verbena, Hibiscus, Lavender, Rose Hips,
Comfrey, Borage, Red Clover Blossoms.
||MD013 Styptic Powder
||0.1875 lb|| |
For external use to control accidental bleeding during nail clipping. Can be
applied with a moistened cotton swab to the end of the cut nail.
||SP007 16 oz. Nature's Miracle Stain
||1.125 lb|| |
Nature's Miracle Stain and Odor remover works to eliminate urine odors with
no perfume cover-up. Use on carpets, floors, furniture, cages, litterboxes and
pet living areas to remove stains. This non-toxic enzymatic cleaner is safe for
use around children and pets.
||SP008 32 oz. Nature's Miracle Stain
||2.25 lb|| |