Foraging Trays 3pk
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Not sure which flavour to get, why not have all 3! :D
These brand new trays are filled to the brim with delicious grazing grass and topped with a layer of fantastic healthy forage, at only £6 (£2 each) these are sure to be a new favourite in your home.
Our trays are made from bunny-safe card so you can simply unwrap the tray and let your buns go crazy!
The grazing grass used in our Foraging trays makes a fantastic addition to your rabbit's diet, the crunchy stems are great for maintaining tooth health and the high-fibre content is great for supporting a healthy digestive system.
- 100% Natural Ingredients
- Packed in a cardboard bun-safe tray
- Adds amazing variety to their diet
- Packed full of natural vitamins & minerals
- Great source of dietary fibre
- An amazing quality forage selection at only £6!
- Suitable for most small animals
Available individually in the following flavours:
This Product is suitable for:
Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Hamsters, Degus, Chinchillas, Tortoises and most other small animals & Rodents
Dandelion Root - Grazing Grass, Dandelion Root
All of our Botanicals are naturally sourced with no additives & no chemicals, making them perfectly safe for all animals
Why are chew toys so important for your small pet?
- Rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, rats, mice, hamsters, gerbils, and degus have teeth that are constantly growing and if left unchecked, will impact their ability to eat and ultimately affect their long-term health. Chewing is a natural behaviour that keeps your pet entertained along with combating any stress or anxiety they face. Since it’s a part of their nature, why not add an additional benefit to it? Chewing on edible toys (Enrichment Treats as we like to call them), such as any of our Wood Chew Sticks, helps your small pet wear down their incisors. It also helps to keep molar spurs from forming inside the mouth of rabbits, guinea pigs, and chinchillas.
How much natural forage should I feed?
- If you ask your bunnies, they will say there is no such thing as too much forage! For the most part they are correct, you can feed your bunnies as much natural forage as they will eat, we recommend mixing handfuls in with their hay as well as giving handfuls throughout the day. There are certain scenarios where you should limit forage, for example if your rabbit is overweight you should limit forage that is high in protein & sugars.
Should I feed different types of natural forage?
- Here at Bunny Bistro, our philosophy on forage is to try and replicate the natural diet when possible, a great way to do this is to introduce your bunny to different types of forage that they would naturally graze on in the wild. The best bit is that these different leaves, flowers, herbs & fruit have so many health benefits ranging from better fur coverage to improved gut function.
How do I start feeding natural forage?
- We recommend when introducing new forage that you always trial it to make sure your small pet eats it & doesn't react negatively to it (diarrhoea or other digestive issues). It's very rare that rabbits react negatively to forage, but it's always best to be safe!
When will I get my order?
- We aim to dispatch all orders within 1-2 working days, all orders are sent via next day delivery with either Royal Mail, FedEx UK, or DPD, this will be stated in your order details once it has been dispatched. You should receive your order in around 2-3 working days.