Green Oats

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  • Green Oats may possibly have an effect on:

    - The recovery of weaker animals and pregnant and lactating animals.

    - Positive appetite stimulation.

    - Strengthening of bones and firm coat.

    Green Oats are very nutritious and easily digestible. We recommend that the smallest ( < 6 months) only give very small quantities of green oats.

    Good for rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, hamsters, gerbils, mice, rats, ...

    Happy Rabbits and Friends packaging. To guarantee optimal quality of the herbs, we pack them only from the moment you place your order. Depending on the type of herb, this is in a paper or plastic bag.

    How to store the herbs of Happy Rabbits and Friends? It is very important that you keep the herbs sealed in the dark, out of the sun. Do this in a hygienic place with a constant temperature.

    Looking for a specific type of herb and not found? Be sure to tell us!

    This explanation is meant as information based on my own experiences, books and internet. It should not be seen as advice or a manual. Each individual is different so always build in small quantities and be careful to mix with different herbs.
    Herbs are not medicines! In case of disease always consult your veterinarian. Not all herbs may be used in combination with medicines.

    I don't have English as my main language. I apologize for any translation mistakes.For a full explanation of the herbs it is best to place the language in NL, Nederlands at the top of the website. 

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