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You can't beat Broccoli with your roast dinner on a Sunday, so why not give your fluffy friend the same experience! Believe it or not, Broccoli is loved by rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas and most other small animals. It is just perfect for feeding as part of a natural diet, as a treat or as a topper to hay for added foraging fun! Broccoli is naturally high in vitamin C which makes it perfect for feeding to Guinea Pigs! Dried Broccoli is lower in sugar than most dried fruit & veg, but should still be fed in moderation. Being flaked, it is easy to ensure only a small amount is fed.
- 100% Natural
- Adds variety to their diet
- Perfect for sprinkling over hay
- Packed full of natural vitamins & minerals
- Can help to stimulate appetite
- Suitable for most small animals
This Product is suitable for:
Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Hamsters and most other small animals & Rodents
100% Dried Broccoli Flake
All of our Forage is naturally sourced with no additives & no chemicals, making them perfectly safe for all animals
Should I feed dried fruit & veg every day?
- Dried fruit & veg is a much-loved treat, they taste delicious, but they are high in sugar. We recommend feeding rabbits, Guinea Pigs & Hamsters small amounts every other day (roughly). When possible, always go for unsweetened fruit! Rats, Mice & Gerbils can be fed a bit more, small portions every day will be fine. If you do notice your pet starting to put on weight, either cut down the amount of dried fruit & veg you are feeding or feed less often.
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!
Should I be giving my Guinea Pig extra vitamin C?
- Guinea Pigs are unable to produce vitamin C themselves, so it must be added to their diet. Products such as Broccoli, Dried Bell Peppers or Vitamin C Boost are perfect additions to your Guinea Pigs diet, not only are they delicious, but they are rich sources of vitamin C.
How do I know if my Guinea Pig needs more vitamin C?
Guinea Pigs that are deficient in vitamin C may have:
- Poor Hair Coat
- Swellings or sores around the mouth
- Delayed wound healing
- Poor appetite
- Difficulty moving or swollen joints.
If your Guinea Pig shows any of these symptoms, try feeding foods that are high in Vitamin C such as Vitamin C Boost, Broccoli or Dried Bell Peppers. If you see no improvement after a few days, contact your vet.
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.