Burgess Excel Guinea Pig Nuggets with Blackcurrant & Oregano | 2kg
A delicious, complementary food for guinea pigs that is high in fibre and Vitamin C and rich in nutrients. Due to the popularity of our Excel Tasty Nuggets for Guinea Pigs, we’ve added an extra flavour variety to this range, which contains blackcurrant and oregano which guinea pigs just love!
Suitable for guinea pigs of all ages.
- High in Beneficial Fibre (36%)
- Prevents selective feeding.
- High levels of protected vitamin C.
- With oregano to help support digestion.
- Delicious blackcurrant for extra flavour.
- Fortified with vitamins and minerals to support healthy eyes, skin and coat.
- Contains antioxidants to support the immune system.
- FEEDING GUIDELINES
Grass Meal, Wheat, Lucerne, Maize, Soya Bean Hulls*, Oat Feed, Hi Pro Soya*, Pea, Wheatfeed, Unmolassed Sugar Beet Pulp, Yeast, SoyaOil*, Limestone, MonoCalciumPhosphate, DicalciumPhosphate, Salt, ShortChainFructo-oligosaccharides(0.25%), Blackcurrant (0.1%), Oregano (0.06%). * May Contain GM Materials
Vitamin A (retinylacetate) 25,000iu/kg, Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) 2,000iu/kg, Vitamin E (dlAlphatocopherol acetate) 155 mg/kg, Vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid monophosphate) 1,050 mg/kg. Copper Sulphate Pentahydrate 28 mg/kg, Iodine (Calcium lodateanhydrous) 2.34mg/kg, Sodium Selenite 0.22mg/kg, Ferrous Sulphate Monohydrate 133mg/kg, Manganous Oxide 16.1mg/kg, Zinc Oxide 139mg/kg.
Tocopherol Rich Extracts of Natural Origin (E306) 100mg/kg.
Beneficial Fibre - 31%
Crude Protein - 17%
Crude Oils and Fats - 4%
Crude Fibre - 15%
Crude Ash - 6.5%
Remember that good quality hay and/or grass should make up the majority of your guinea pigs’ diet and should be available at all times. Guinea pigs should also be fed a small portion of Excel nuggets, the occasional Excel Nature Snack to add variety and encourage emotional enrichment, and a small handful of leafy greens each day. Fresh, clean water should always be available.
Always ensure you are monitoring your guinea pigs’ weight to ensure a healthy weight. If you are ever unsure you should seek veterinary advice.